Penguin: Huawei Open Source Going Global — Now Imagine China Embracing Open Source Everything Engineering (OSEE) Across the Board as an Upgrade to the One Belt One Road Strategy?

#OSE Open Source Everything

Huawei’s Harmony OS Will Compete Globally Within 2 Years, Founder Says

Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei said his company’s much-hyped proprietary operating system would be able to compete with top rival systems within two years, according to a transcript of his Sept. 19 interview with Fortune magazine.

Huawei unveiled its home-grown HarmonyOS, also known as Hongmeng in China, in August in response to an American blacklisting that effectively bars the company from obtaining U.S. technology including Google’s Android releases. At the time, the company said Harmony would be a global OS that could be deployed on smartphones, wearable devices, laptops, and other gear.

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ROBERT STEELE: Now imagine China doing what I cannot get  President Donald Trump to do: create an Open Source Agency that makes Open Source Everything Engineering (OSEE) an across the board upgrade to the One Belt One Road strategy.  That will redefine trade and the USA will be the loser for refusing to listen to me all these years.


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