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Intel has released its own mOS operating system. But so far this is pre-alpha and it is not focused on ordinary PCs at all.

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Based on the Linux kernel

Intel has released its own operating system, sources say. It is called mOS (multi-OS) and, of course, does not claim the laurels of Windows or Linux.

Intel has released its own mOS operating system.  But so far this is pre-alpha and it is not focused on ordinary PCs at all.

mOS is an operating system designed for supercomputers and scalable systems. At the moment mOS is in pre-alpha stage, but it can already be used in some supercomputers, such as ASCI Red, IBM Blue Gene and others. Next year, Intel expects to release a full version for the Aurora supercomputer.

MOS is based on a modified version of the Linux kernel with lightweight kernels (LWKs) for high performance computing. The latest version of mOS is based on the Linux 5.4 LTS kernel.  

Source: Phoronix

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