The formal announcement has underlined the changes which are to come, implementing the new Modular OS. The CEO of Cyanogen, Kirt McMaster was considering to become the company’s Executive Chairman. After McMaster had chosen to fulfill other attributions of the company, the new CEO in charge of Cyanogen is Lior Tal. He was previously working as the Facebook’s Director of Growth and Partnership.
Steve Kondik, who is the co-founder of the tech company became the Chief Science Officer, being responsible for analyzing sensor information. The primary goal of the company is to make available to the market the new version of CynogenMod called Cyanogen OS.
A year ago, this tech company was increasing the number of fans to fifty million. Unfortunately, since last year, the tech company suffered some unbearable changes which caused the number of users to drop to two or three million. Their plan does not seem to have worked as they thought it would be, more than 20 percent of the team being laid off in July.
The company needed to be reinforced by a dramatic and boosting change. The organizational structure and the strategy required to be modified to succeed. The launch of the new Modular OS was announced today and it is prone to implement MODs and dynamic modules meant to be integrated into their ROMs.
It is not known for sure what these modules will contain although their C-Apps will be of great use. Cyanogen argued that the program is bound to offer its users access to the Artificial Intelligence services. This provides a significant advantage because it tracks the patterns which have been used across the entire OS, providing the user with a beneficial interaction.
Fans need more details about what will happen with CyanogenOS and CyanogenMod. The most common ROM continues to be the CM, though it is only developed by the device maintainers. The information revealed by the company unveils that their purpose remains stranded to OS development. The commercial OS had the benefit of sheer luck, not providing too much profit. The company is confident in the new ROM features of the CyanogenMod that could attract more fans.
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