Decentralized Infrastructure for Next Generation Internet of Things

January 10, 2018

Cyber-Physical Chain (CPChain) deeply integrates blockchain with Internet of Things (IoT) to realize a decentralized and trusted brand-new distributed IoT systems. It can reduce the cost of system interconnection, increase the value of data sharing, and ensure user privacy and system security. CPChain focuses on the scalability, security and real-time issues that blockchain faces in the Internet of Things industry. By combining the three technologies: blockchain, Internet of Things and distributed encryption storage and computing, it builds a new generation of Internet of Things, which can provide entire solutions for data acquisition, sharing and application in IoT industry. CPChain focuses on multi-party data transactions and IoT-big-data-based Artificial Intelligence (AI) decision-making applications, establishes multi-faceted trust and heterogeneous data interconnection, and solves the pain points in the industry.

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Founded in 2000, DragonWave® is the market and technology leader for high-capacity packet microwave solutions. With deployments in more than 150 countries, we enable service providers, government agencies, enterprises, healthcare facilities, educational institutions and other organizations to meet their increasing bandwidth requirements rapidly and affordably.

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whitePaper | April 13, 2021

The Internet of Things has evolved in the last 10-15 years from a long-term visionary idea to our current reality, present in more and more domains of our everyday lives. Many IoT architectures and platforms are being proposed today by various academic and industrial consortia, in domains as diverse as smart manufacturing, smart homes, smart cities or smart transport, to name just a few. These different IoT platforms have many things in common, as they all rely on connecting some smart sensor and actuator devices to each other and to the Internet, providing value-added services and applications to us, human users, either directly, or in an indirect manner. However, by closely analyzing their structure and operational focus, we can observe that these IoT architectures and platforms have also special features tailored to the requirements of different use cases.

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whitePaper | June 2, 2021

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whitePaper | January 15, 2020

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whitePaper | January 2, 2020

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