Chinese chip maker Loongson Technology said it has completed the first phase of the Loongbian operating system, allowing the Loongson 2K1000 platform to meet the demands of HMI-type applications for display, computing, and browser performances.
(Loongbian is used in hospital)
The company has previously developed the Loongnix, an open source operating system.
It said the new Loongbian OS has achieved performance optimizations for nodejs and FFmpeg, allowing better video playback experiences with higher resolutions and frame rates on the 2K1000 compared to Loongnix.
It also completed the development of Longyue, an embedded application browser, based on palemoon open source code.
In order to ensure smooth operation of HCI applications with low resource consumption, the company's Embedded Business Unit has ported to the Linux 5.7 kernel to the Loongbian.
At present, Loongbian 2K1000 is the earliest stable Chinese kernel running Linux 5.7. The Loongson 2K1000 processor is a dual-core processor for network security and mobile terminals.
The Loongson 2K1000 processor integrates two GS264 processor cores and the interfaces supported by the chip include two PCIE2.0, one SATA2.0, four USB2.0, two DVO, 64-bit DDR2/3, which meets the needs of low- to mid-range network security applications.