Today, the largest transportation company in the world owns no cars (Uber), the largest hospitality company
on the face of the planet owns no hotels (AirBnB), the largest retailer carries no stock (Alibaba), and the
world’s most popular media network creates no content (Facebook). Clearly, we are living in a time of radical
change. Why should internet infrastructure be any different?
Just as steel changed the building industry forever, Titanium will usher in a new era of network construction.
With TBIS’ proprietary Company as a Service™ (CaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), every device,
from enterprise level on down, can be virtualized; routers, firewalls, and specialized equipment such as
cryptocurrency miners, can exist in an entirely cloud-based environment based on the decentralized
Ethereum blockchain. Paired with cutting-edge enterprise management and monitoring technology, this
will create a shock-proof internet infrastructure that will be both lightweight and completely revolutionary in
scope. Imagine being able to set up an enterprise level infrastructure for a global company from a tablet in
your living room, without spending any time installing rack servers, routers, load balancers, or any other
network component beyond what is needed to access the network.
The distributed TBIS system will monitor the health of the network and everything attached to it, and execute
autonomous “healing” actions when specific weaknesses are detected. With Titanium Hydra Fault Tolerance, if
a device falters, TBIS will have already shifted load away and onto another network of redundant nodes. If a
potential security problem arises, the TBIS system will work automatically to limit the potential impact of attacks
such as DDoS or other address-specific attacks; it is impossible to overwhelm a piece of equipment that exists
only on the ether.
Unlike typical infrastructure services, where a company’s technology may exist on up to several hundred devices,
the TBIS infrastructure will reside on the decentralized Ethereum blockchain, which is composed of over 20,000
nodes, with each node potentially being composed of several hundred discreet systems. Even if several thousand
nodes experienced a system failure, there would still be zero outage time, and perhaps, only a performance
degradation of the TBIS services being delivered.