Recently Derick Smith, Dean Bubley, and Dr. Arjuna Sathiaseelan from Ammbr sat down to discuss mesh technology, blockchain, computing at the edge and took a hands on look at an early Ammbr prototype router. They cover a lot of territory and address so many current challenges and future potential.
Arjuna summarizes at the end that: “This solves one of the biggest fundamental problems in terms of enabling universal connectivity, right, and I think Ammbr is well positioned to do that.”
From the very start, blockchain technology was revolutionary. The concept alone is groundbreaking, with entirely new kinds of industry — cryptocurrencies, smart contracts, document verification — emerging within months of the original Bitcoin whitepaper’s publication. What has been less obvious, however, are the practical, day-to-day uses for blockchain technology.
Forget about the potential, the speculation, and the hype. What about a practical application for blockchain technology that actually works here and now? That’s easier said than done. We should know, because we’ve spent years building a blockchain-based system to solve a real-world problem. Continue reading “When Blockchain Technology and Mesh Networking Collide”
Ammbr is a new communications and transactional Edge Computing platform built to deliver the speed, scalability and security demanded by the confluence of next generation technologies, global enterprise and regulation. A highly secure consensus technology that uses low-cost, high-performance silicon, energy efficient Proof of Work, and self-sovereign digital identity to underpin the Ammbr architecture.