The internet has surely come a long way in providing excellent services to its users. The number of interconnected servers, computers, and users keep rising every single day. But if you take a closer look, you will realize that the inner workings of this global resource has changed very little. Large data centers still control it and sadly, for their own interests, not ours.
At the moment, a larger percentage of the internet traffic still has to pass through certain centers for monitoring. This centralization and lack of internet democracy are not what our technological progenitors envisioned. There is still a need for decentralization. Thankfully, TBIS has something good in the store for us.
What is TBIS?
Titanium infrastructure is a blockchain enabled cloud services provider that intends to collaborate with businesses to mitigate inefficiencies inherent in the digital world. Titanium is named so according to the element number 22 on the periodic table. You see, Titanium is strong (like the Titans-mythical Greek gods) and you can spot it as the micro thin skin on smartphones, airplanes, medical equipment and sunscreen.
This element is also corrosion resistant, strong as steel, but still lighter. So why did TBIS pick this name? Because this element’s qualities represent the company’s vision of providing lightweight, secure, and efficient services. TBIS seeks to make cloud computing even better by integrating it to the blockchain technology. This will make outdated cryptocurrency mining tools useful once again.
In its aim to disrupt the digital space, the company will deliver services such as InstantMiner, Instant ICO Incubator, CaaS(Company as a Service), DEXchange, BYOC(Bring Your Own Cloud), MIaaS(Mining as a Service), MaaS (Monitoring as a Service), IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) and BaaS (Blockchain as a Service). Most of the issues (if not all) relating to cloud service will be dealt with effectively.
Just to let you in about a few of these services…
TBIS introduces infrastructure as a service (which is based on Ethereum Blockchain) that is intended to virtualize every device from individual to enterprise owned. Firewall, routers, crypto-mining machines and other devices exist in a cloud-based environment. When combined with a top-notch management team and monitoring technology, the internet infrastructure created will be both lightweight and super effective.
TBIS will be in charge of monitoring the network’s health and anything attached to it. When weaknesses are detected, an automated healing mechanism will be triggered to fix the issue. With Titanium Hydra Fault Tolerance, once a fault has been registered, the load with be transferred to other functioning nodes instead of stalling activities.
Desktop as a service will allow TBIS to host users’ computers on their cloud. This means, anyone can access their computers through a smartphone or any terminal as you would a website. All your personal files will be kept safe through TBIS foolproof system. Access to your personal files will remain super easy albeit the tough encryption and security.
Company as a service is aimed at those who are looking for simple and hassle-free ways to launch a company. Traditionally, starting an enterprise means engaging in long and tedious meetings with prospective investors and legal requirements. With CaaS, you can launch a firm by leveraging Ethereum’s Smart Contracts technology.
Through CaaS, TBIS will help business individuals successfully get through tasks such as:
- Registration and licensing
- Creating the corporation’s bank accounts
- Filing patents and trademarks
- Securing advertising space
- Getting independent contractors and employees
- Website launching among other things
From a legal viewpoint, Smart Contracts save business both time and resources that could have been incurred through traditional methods. Also, once the contract has been signed and etched on the blockchain, there is no editing, deleting or tampering with it. It will exist forever.
There are countless flaws inherent in current modes of online trading. To fix that, CryptoEscrow will allow TBIS users to sell or auction stuff using all the supported cryptocurrencies. You will no longer fear about non-delivery as the two parts of the contract will have to unite before the money can be released from the escrow service.
CryptoEscrow uses a smartphone interface that’s easy to operate. No need for experience or coding knowledge to run it.
Virtual currencies and their underlining blockchain technology are centralized. However, the transactions still go through various centralized entities for monitoring. The purpose of DEXchange is to privatize all these transactions. TIBS will support the top twenty fiat currencies and enable exchanging with the top 200 cryptocurrencies.
What does the blockchain service bring to the table?
Well, obviously its top-notch security. All the changes on assets and the environment will be recorded on a foolproof ledger making it impossible for internet rascals to get the better of others. With Titanium based cloud computing services, we can all bid adieu to attacks from DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) and other black hat mischiefs.
Ease of use
No one has time to figure out what is what on a user interface anymore. You may have noticed that app developers currently make their technology very simple to learn and use. The same can be said about Titanium’s user interface. The control panel is very friendly to inexperienced users. No individual or company will have problems creating Service Level Agreements and network infrastructure.
The UI will be available for mobile applications (both Android and IOS), web-based thin client or thick client.
Unlike most technologies that start as the pioneers and hence nothing to prop them, TBIS has the advantage of being a smaller brother to EHI, a consultancy technology created in 1999 by Michael Stollaire. This intellectual individual is the brainchild of Titanium, and this means all the clients from EHI will cross over to back TBIS. Some of the well-known EHI clients include:
- Universal Studios
- Walt Disney
- The Federal Reserve Bank
- The Royal Bank of Scotland
TBIS is definitely the next big thing you should check out on. They are accredited and Trusted by the Dun & Bradstreet and Better Business Bureau (BBB). So, no need to worry about the legitimacy of the company.