The Internet has democratized access to information like no other innovation has ever done before, opening doors that were closed to so many. Nevertheless, however important the benefits of the Internet may have been, there is still a long way to go, and the first and most important thing to do is guaranteeing that it remains free and open.
With recent threats to net neutrality, a solution that is decentralized becomes more urgent than ever before, and companies are now looking at the Blockchain technology as a way of addressing that and other problems of the network.
Tech giants like Microsoft and IBM are looking to implement services that work through the Blockchain and distributed ledgers, while others, despite recognizing the potentialities of the technology, haven’t managed to find a way to have it inbuilt in their products, as is the case with Amazon. Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced that, contrary to the rumors, they wouldn’t be launching Blockchain-based services.
The Blockchain technology answers to several issues, as it can provide for a decentralized and safe platform that can sustain several utilities.
Titanium is bringing the Internet to a new era
Having IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) as their core service, Titanium Blockchain Infrastructure Services(TBIS) is relying on Ethereum Blockchain to provide data storage and network solutions to companies.
The aim is to facilitate the creation of global companies, by providing an easy, safe and cheap solution to setting up a network. Titanium offers virtualized servers, storage and databases, as well as routers or firewalls. All of this can be set up through a user-friendly app that can be used on any laptop, desktop, smartphone or tablet. This means that TBIS clients can set up an enterprise level infrastructure from the comfort of their own home.
This solution optimises operations, as it eliminates outage time. Whenever there is a fault in a device, the system will run autonomous “healing” actions and the operation will be transferred to another network of redundant nodes. Furthermore, Titanium is combining Raiden and Plasma scaling solutions to offer transactions at Visa-like speed (2,000 transactions per second).
A solid investment
The company’s solid plan, besides the work of a very experienced team, has earned Titanium Blockchain Infrastructure Services accreditation from Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) and the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
The Founder and CEO, Michael Stollaire, is in no way new to the business. In 1999, he founded EHI, a technology consultancy specializing in enterprise infrastructure management. Besides a deep knowledge of the sector, he has brought along a very strong client catalog, which spans from small and medium-sized companies to giants like Microsoft, Apple, IBM or Boeing.
The team has a combined experience of over 200 years, and it includes experts in Ethereum Blockchain Technology, Business Management and Internet Network Infrastructure Management.
Titanium has launched a token that can be used for transactions in the TBIS system. The BAR token can be purchased through the company’s ICO, which has been launched on Jan. 1, 2018.
The total supply of BAR tokens is 60 mln, but only 35 mln BAR will be available for sale. At the end of the sale, 60 percent of the BAR token will belong to investors, whereas 20 percent will be given as an incentive to the Titanium team, 10 percent will be used for Titanium Community Bounties and the remaining 10 percent will be allocated to the reserve pool.