Chinese operating system company UnionTech Software Technology Co Ltd is stepping up its efforts to develop an indigenous operating system and expand the application of its software solutions in the telecommunication, finance, and postal service industries.
Li Hui, deputy general manager of UnionTech Software's research and development center said the company's next-generation of operating systems will place greater emphasis on strengthening software management and recognition of key software, as well as the compliance and supply chain management of open-source operating system.
UnionTech Software will stick to independent innovation and strive to build a homegrown operating system in China through continuously investing in the R&D of products and technologies, the company said.
Experts said homegrown operating systems serve as an important pillar for driving construction of new infrastructure and boosting development of the digital economy.
The proportion of homegrown operating systems is expected to increase along with the emergence of a variety of software and applications, and the advancement of emerging technologies like cloud computing, big data, and artificial intelligence, they added.