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China's first IOT operating system was officially released

on the eve of the outbreak of the domestic IOT industry, Shanghai Qingke, which specializes in the development of IOT solutions, released China's first IOT operating system, mico, on July 22. Mico will bring new IOT solutions to hardware manufacturers, home appliance manufacturers and Internet hardware entrepreneurs. Based on mico, people can shorten the development time of innovative projects at hand, and get more stable and reliable cloud services with different measured Richter values

Qingke officially released mico with poor performance, which is the first complete system scheme designed for IOT in China. Mico includes the underlying chip, wireless network, RF technology, security, application framework and other technical modules. Mico is a full real-time IOT operating system based on MCU. It is a highly portable operating system and middleware development platform for intelligent hardware design and running on microcontrollers. It is also the first real IOT operating system in China, and is expected to become a new milestone in China's intelligent hardware field in 2014

conference site (picture source: Shanghai Qingke Information Technology Co., Ltd.) this can promote the development of all industries to a certain extent.

compared with the development process of traditional hardware, the intelligent hardware industry is more complex because it involves app development and design, cloud solutions, hardware solutions, if there is any loosening, and educating users to cultivate the market. In this context, Qingke focuses on providing IOT ecological environment cultivation, reducing the cost and time of IOT application development, and laying the foundation for the unified management of IOT

wangyonghong, general manager of Shanghai Qingke, said in that the IOT operating system is actually an alliance, which will promote the pace of the IOT industry. Alliance connotation: comprehensive mutual trust and common development

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