Chinese tech maker – Loongson Zhongke announced that the Loongson 2K0500 development board has completed the OpenHarmony operating system adaptation verification. Hence, the LoongArch platform has formed a preliminary stage for OpenHarmony operating system support.
Loongson 2K0500 is a highly integrated processor chip based on a 64-bit LA264 processor core design, mainly for industrial control Internet applications, printing terminals, BMC, and other application scenarios.
OpenHarmony open source project is an open-source project incubated and operated by the OpenAtom Foundation. OpenHarmony is an all-field, next-generation, open-source, open-source smart terminal operating system, with the main code contributed by Huawei and co-constructed by a number of companies.
Currently, the LoongArch architecture has been supported by Linux, GO language, and GCC compiler. Additionally, the SMBIOS, UEFI 2.10, and ACPI 6.5 specifications already support the LoongArch architecture.
Below you can check the specs of this chipset:
Loongson Zhongke said that in the next step, it will work with Runhe Software to continue to complete the adaptation of more Dragon architecture chips and OpenHarmony, jointly build OpenHarmony’s Chinese independent ecological and full-stack solutions based on the Dragon architecture platform, and promote productization work and relevant plans are implemented.
At the same time, the two parties will carry out in-depth cooperation on OpenHarmony industry talent education and training, and will gradually open source the code to the OpenHarmony community to continue to contribute to the open source ecosystem.