LiteOS

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Huawei LiteOS
DeveloperHuawei Technologies Co., Ltd
Working stateCurrent
Source modelOpen source
Latest releaseV2.1 / May 2018; 2 years ago (2018-05)
LicenseBSD 3-Clause
Official websitewww.huawei.com/liteos

Huawei LiteOS is a lightweight real-time operating system. It is an open source operating system licensed under a BSD 3-Clause license for IoT smart terminals. Microcontrollers of different architectures such as ARM (M0/3/4/7, A7/17/53, ARM9/11), x86, and RISC-V are supported by the project. Huawei LiteOS is part of Huawei's "1+2+1" Internet of Things solution and has been featured in a number of open source development kits and industry offerings.

Smartwatches by Huawei and its Honor brand run LiteOS.[1][2]

The latest version is V2.1, which was released in May 2018.

History[edit]

On May 20, 2015, at the Huawei Network Conference, Huawei proposed the "1+2+1" Internet of Things solution and release the IoT operating system named Huawei LiteOS.

Key features[edit]

  • Lightweight, small kernel (< 10KB[3])
  • Energy efficient
  • Fast startup within milliseconds
  • Support NB-IoT, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, BLE, Zigbee and other different IoT protocols
  • Support access to different cloud platforms

Supported architectures[edit]

  • GigaDevice
    • GD32F450I-EVAL
    • GD32F190R-EVAL
    • GD32F103C-EVAL
    • GD32F150R-EVAL
    • GD32F207C-EVAL
  • STMicroelectronics
    • STM32F411RE-NUCLEO
    • STM32F412ZG-NUCLEO
    • STM32F429I_DISCO
    • STM32L476RG_NUCLEO
    • STM32F746ZG_NUCLEO
    • STM32F103RB-NUCLEO
  • Atmel
    • Atmel SAM D21 Xplained Pro
    • ATSAM4S-XPRO
    • ARDUINO ZERO PRO
  • NXP
    • LPC824_LITE
    • LPC54110_BOARD
    • FRDM-KW41Z
    • FRDM-KL25Z
  • Silicon Labs
    • EFM32 GIANT GECKO STARTER KIT EFM32GG-STK3700
    • EFM32 PEARL GECKO STARTER KIT SLSTK3401A
    • EFM32 HAPPY GECKO STARTER KIT SLSTK3400A
  • MindMotion
    • MM32F103_MINI
    • MM32L373
    • MM32L073PF
  • Nuvoton
  • Nordic Semi
    • NRF52840-PDK
    • NRF52-DK
  • MediaTek
    • LINKIT7687HDK
  • TI
    • LAUNCHXL-CC3220SF
  • Microchip
    • ATSAME70Q21
  • ADI
    • ADuCM4050
  • Huawei
    • Kirin A1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ricker, Thomas (September 19, 2019). "Huawei Watch GT 2 runs LiteOS and lasts up to two weeks". The Verge.
  2. ^ "Honor Magic Watch 2 Review - LiteOS is Too Light". December 17, 2019.
  3. ^ https://developer.huawei.com/ict/en/site-iot/article/liteos-overview

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