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This article was published on May 20, 2015

Huawei launches its own IoT platform to connect your home to your devices

Huawei launches its own IoT platform to connect your home to your devices
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Huawei announced its Agile Internet of Things platform today at the Huawei Network Congress in Beijing.

The Agile network will act as a platform for companies to build their IoT infrastructures.

There are three main components of the platform: the Agile Controller, IoT gateway, and LiteOS, an IoT operating system.

LiteOS could be used to control basic devices, and is also open to developers for configuring their own products.

Huawei hopes that its flexible architecture will help to further connect the billions of devices it predicts will be part of the IoT world by 2025.

➤ Huawei’s Agile Network 3.0 Architecture Launched at Huawei Network Congress 2015 [Huawei via Reuters]

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