Brillo: Google’s Lightweight Version Of Android Mobile OS Is In The Works

Brillo Google's Lightweight Version Of Android Mobile OS Is In The Works

Android Mobile Operating System is a heavyweight OS we all know that for a fact perhaps one of the many reasons why a lightweight version of Android mobile operating system is in the works as Google is reportedly developing an OS for the Internet Of Things which is called Brillo. With this lightweight version OS smart devices can better communicate with each other.

Since Google I/O or the company’s conference for software developers is impending, there is a chance that the company will release the code of its latest operating system during the conference. On the other hand report has it that Brillo is designed for low-power devices with 32 or 64MB of RAM.

 

Internet of Things will rise by 2020

The tech companies has been buzzed by the trending Internet Of Things as there are many device manufacturers expresses their intention to produce a certain technology to be part of this technology revolution while other giant tech companies have already started some have actually and already manufacturing it.

In line with this analyst have a calculation since IoT started to sprout in 2009 by the year 2020 according to Analyst firm Gartner number of networked devices will surge to 26 billion units, and at the same year the IoT market will hit $3.04 trillion said IDC.

 

On Why It Should Be Brillo

The device manufacturers can take advantage of a single operating system for smart-home devices like Brillo. Issues like compatibility will not be a problem any longer where smart-device brands is powered by the same operating system and same goes true with the consumers as users can shop confidently to new device which has a Brillo operating system without the bothering thought of will it be compatible with my other smart devices at home.

This latest step is another significant move for Google, although there are already other companies like Huawei for instance that has develop the LiteOS which like Brillo can power the Internet of Things. Samsung have also revealed it’s chips the Artik which aims to provide uniformity not just to wearables but also to smart devices. It is clear as crystal that the tech companies were not sitting idly with regards to the Internet of Things.

 

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