JNDK Operations Pvt Ltd, a company established by IIT Madras and Pravartak Technologies Foundation, has developed an operating system named BharOS. Please tell me that this is a not-for-profit organization. Let us know about it in detail.

IIT Madras has developed a mobile operating system as an initiative to give a new direction to the government's self-reliant Indian thinking. With its help, India will have its operating system. Let's know about it.

What is Bharos?

J&K Operations, a company developed by the Indian Institute of Technology Madras, has created a mobile operating system that could benefit India's 1 billion mobile phone users. The name of this operating software is 'BharOS'. Explain that this software can be downloaded on commercially available smartphones and it provides a secure environment for the users.

Will work on these handsets

This system can be installed on commercial off-the-shelf handsets. BharOS services are currently offered to organizations that have stringent privacy and security requirements and whose users handle sensitive information that requires confidential communication over restricted apps on mobile.

Such users need access to private cloud services through private 5G networks. Explain that BharOS was developed by JandK Operations Private Limited (JandKops), which has been incubated at IIT Madras.

This OS is more secure

IIT Madras Director V Kamakoti said that the BharOS service is a mobile operating system built on the foundation of trust, focusing on giving users more freedom, control, and flexibility to choose and use apps according to their needs. has gone.

Will work with multiple agencies

He also added that we look forward to working closely with many more private industries, government agencies, strategic agencies, and telecom service providers to increase the usage of BharOS in our country.

Works with no default apps

Trust comes with no default apps (NDA). This means users are not forced to use apps they cannot trust. In addition, it allows users to have more control over those permissions and can choose to only allow apps that they trust. According to Karthik Iyer, Director, J&K Operations Pvt Ltd, BharOS delivers 'Native Over The Air (NOTA) updates, which can help keep devices secure.