DFINITY to release demo of unbounded blockchain cloud computing network

DFINITY cloud computer network blockchain

DFINITY Stiftung, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to research and development of its ‘DFINITY’ blockchain technologies announced its formal intent to create an open network that serves as a massive virtual mainframe computer in cyberspace that might play the role of a new kind of decentralized cloud.

DFINITY will launch a multi-thousand node demonstration network in Fall 2017 that demonstrates some of its new technology in action.

This open network will enable the fabric of the internet to play the role of a cloud provider using novel blockchain computer technology that makes powerful and highly disruptive applications possible.

For example, DFINITY will unleash the power of supply chain transactions, Internet of Things, financial markets & exchanges, charities, and intellectual property management, to name a few, on an unbounded, open and secure platform. With its dramatically increased performance and unbounded capacity relative to today’s blockchain networks, DFINITY has the potential to power even traditional enterprise IT systems.

One aim of the new network is to slash enterprise IT costs by reducing the human capital involved in supporting the development, maintenance, and administration of a traditional enterprise IT system. These enterprise systems, being co-located on the same supermassive virtual computer, will also be able to interoperate and incorporate the functionality provided by other services with ease.DFINITY also plans to enable the development of a new kind of “open source

” involving autonomous software that is updated via inbuilt governance systems and fulfills roles today performed by companies such as eBay or Uber.
The DFINITY network incorporates an algorithmic governance system that allows it to be fully adaptive with respect to economics, upgrades and other requirements, and manage the open environment it creates to ensure it is hospitable for corporate and mainstream applications.

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