What is the Internet of Spatial Defined Systems? and Where does fit in with IoT?
We have heard of Cloud Computing, Data Centers, Edge computing and their numerous expansions and variations. However for the most part the architectures used underneath these Infrastructures and the technologies governing them remain centralized in terms of location and disparate in terms of hardware + software used at that central location.
For example, you may have your cloud computing infrastructure located at a centralized data center. This cloud computing infrastructure is made of up disparate hardware, namely servers, redundant switches & routers, storage [SAN/NAS] and load balancers etc., and run the standard virtualization software like OpenStack, VMware, Hyper-V and so on.
So, in a sense, this standard and expensive business model has locked itself into a myriad of traps. Some of the most important traps are scalability, complexity, security, manageability, maintenance, vendor lock-ins, maintaining of multi-tiered separate teams, time-consuming fixes to problems, and much more.
One method out of this architectural quicksand is to look at the novel approach of the wonderful research done within the IoT industry and adapt it to the systems architecture in a way such that you should be able to use all kinds of systems from embedded devices to desktops, workstations and servers across both wired and wireless networks transparently.
In other words, building a decentralized, automatic cloud and data center which can be rapidly scaled globally within the budget and performance requirements of the end users. Plus, it must have the ability to be kept at locations other than just a data center. Some of the examples of locations are offices, cubicles, basements, apartments, closets, fiber optic hubs, 5G base stations, shops and much more.
This is where SynchroKnot software does it all and takes care of everything. SynchroKnot has made it easy with its software. It installs in minutes and does much more than what the centralized cloud computing technologies and data center put together can do today and what they aspire to be able to do in the future. You can transform any server, workstation, desktop or embedded device into a decentralized cloud or data center [We call it a data decenter].
Apart from just merely de-centralizing, with SynchroKnot, anyone can sell their full or under-utilized hardware resources using Bitcoin, and without involving centralized financial institutions/payment processors.
To alleviate the concerns and criticisms directed towards IoT, SynchroKnot has multifarious real-world security measures built into the software, which are aimed at substantially improving the overall security of decentralized systems.
For SynchroKnot end users, its unique Satellite Tree Protocol allows the inter-connectivity of heterogeneous devices over wired and wireless networks, all automated and fault-tolerant without the need to manage any aspect. This unique network component eliminates the need for physical switches and routers.
There are a multitude of components that you can choose from to build and enhance your Internet of Spatial Defined Systems!
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