HONOR, a leading global provider of smart devices, officially joined the OpenChain Project as a Platinum Member. HONOR will continue to devote efforts to help maintain OpenChain ISO/IEC 5230, the International Standard for open source license compliance.
“HONOR is delighted to join the OpenChain Project. HONOR has consistently taken compliance management as the basis of business process. HONOR adheres to the principle of open innovation to provide high quality smart devices that exceeds the expectations of customers around the world,” said Samuel Deng, President of Research & Development Mgmt Dept, HONOR Device Co., Ltd. “HONOR will actively participate in the OpenChain project to work with global partners to build a more secure and efficient open source software management system. ”
“HONOR will playing an essential role in the OpenChain Project in 2022 and beyond,” says Shane Coughlan, OpenChain General Manager. “Chloe and the rest of the team will be providing strategic guidance on our governing board, building on their existing engagement across our global community. Our shared mission is to build greater trust in the supply chain, and this represents another significant milestone in our ability to execute effectively.”
HONOR is a leading global provider of smart devices. It is dedicated to becoming a global iconic technology brand and creating a new intelligent world for everyone through its powerful products and services. With an unwavering focus on R&D, it is committed to developing technology that empowers people around the globe to go beyond, giving them the freedom to achieve and do more. Offering a range of high-quality smartphones, tablets, laptops and wearables to suit every budget, HONOR’s portfolio of innovative, premium and reliable products enable people to become a better version of themselves.
For more information, please visit HONOR online at www.hihonor.com.
About the OpenChain Project
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