In August 2018, Huawei registered the trademark Hongmeng in the China Trademark Office of the national intellectual property administration, which was approved on May 14, 2019 and the expiration date of May 13, 2019. Now from Huawei Central have confirmed that Huawei has filed trademark applications “HongMeng” in almost all possible intellectual property organizations around the world.
According to our information, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., has filed an application for trademark registration for “HongMeng” in the following countries:
- South Korea
- New Zealand
On the other hand, from Huawei Central, the authorized page of Huawei have declared the following: The trademarks presented with the related name have been classified in a large list of subcategories that include “Operating System”. Like the Chinese trademark application, these applications also indicate compatibility with various platforms, including laptops, smartphones, tablets, smart watches, portable devices, IoT and many more.
There could be more countries that we have not seen, but it is worth noting that we have not found the trademark “ARK OS” in any region other than Europe. In addition, we have not found the name “Oak OS” in any of the trademark organizations.
Although, Google has shown its concerns about Huawei’s own development operating system, but the Chinese giant seems to move very fast in the direction of launch among consumers and it seems that it will happen very soon and still the company has yet to confirm the name of the registered trademark.
Brazil says it will not block Huawei from developing the 5G network
On the other hand, Brazilian Vice President Hamilton Mourao told reporters on Friday that the government will not prevent Huawei from developing a 5G mobile telecommunications network in its country, Reuters reported.
After adding Huawei to its commercial blacklist, the United States is urging its allied countries to reject Huawei to develop new mobile networks, citing allegations that the Chinese telecommunications giant may use its equipment to breach national security.
In March, Donald Trump posed the same problem to the Brazilian president, but after Mourao’s meeting with Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei, he said Brazil has no plans to prevent Huawei from launching its 5G network.
Mourao told the newspaper Valor Economico that there was no distrust of the Chinese company within the Brazilian government and that Brazil needs the telecommunications technology it has to offer. The wireless operator TIM Participacoes SA announced this month that it was using Huawei’s technology to test 5G networks in southern Brazil.