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China’s mPaaS and Huawei signed agreement for native HarmonyOS app development



mPaaS HarmonyOS

mPaaS, a subsidiary of China’s Ant Group has signed a cooperation agreement with Huawei to develop a native HarmonyOS application.

The two companies will indulge themselves in carrying out in-depth cooperation in HarmonyOS industrial innovation, technology application, and business aspects.

mPaaS is used in finance, government affairs, transportation, internet, and other industries and ranks first in the financial segment ranks in the industry. Currently, mPaaS is working with hundreds of medium and large customers and thousands of small and medium customers.

These customers include financial customers such as six major state-owned banks, 50% of joint-stock banks, 50% of the leading urban-rural commercial banks, as well as network service providers including China Mobile and more.

mPaaS can help developers to achieve dynamic publishing and cross-end delivery and provide cloud-to-end one-stop solutions for app development, testing, operation, and maintenance.

mPaaS HarmonyOS

mPaaS also help to reduce research and development costs, improving development efficiency and assisting enterprises to quickly build a stable and high-quality mobile app.

Yu Bin, Vice President of Ant Group said that his company and Huawei HarmonyOS will focus on innovations and breakthroughs in app development to create better products.

Zhu Yonggang, President of Huawei Terminal Cloud Services also attended the signing ceremony. He said that mPaaS and HarmonyOS could deepen their cooperation in the future by improving mPaaS’s capabilities and co-build a better ecosystem.

Back in August, Huawei announced that its HarmonyOS ecosystem devices increased to 700 million and it is joined by 2.2 million developers.

This is helping the company to shape the future HarmonyOS release, HarmonyOS NEXT. This new software would only focus on native HarmonyOS app development and be supported by domestic companies.

Most of Deng Li's smartphones are from the Huawei ecosystem and his first Huawei phone was Ascend Mate 2 (4G). As a tech enthusiast, he keeps exploring new technologies and inspects them closely. Apart from the technology world, he takes care of his garden.