Rumor: Google comes with OS for internet-of-things-applications




Google will be possible during the upcoming I / O conference revealed a system to do that is for the Internet-of-things-applications. The OS could run on devices with only 32MB or 64MB memory.

It reported the website The Information based on anonymous sources. Google would develop the operating system, code-named Brillo, but presumably the OS will eventually be renamed. It is not inconceivable that iot operating system goes under the Android umbrella.

Presumably during Google I / O that will be held next week, the Internet giant will be more revealed about doing Brillo. However, it would be clear that the OS is intended to run on devices with relatively limited hardware. Brillo would settle for just 32MB or 64MB ram.

Google is working on a iot OS, is no surprise. More and more companies come with operating systems and software for internet-of-things-applications. For example, Microsoft has developed a version of Windows 10 called Windows 10 IoT Core. The OS must in many simple devices can run as wearables. Various Linux variants targeting the emerging iot market, while Huawei recently announced an operating system that only 10kB would be great.


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