Titanium Blockchain – Pioneer of Shockproof Internet Infrastructure Built on Blockchain Technology

Biz Report

If you haven’t heard by now, blockchain technology, like that used in cryptocurrencies, is basically the way of the future.

One particular service that’s making waves is Titanium Blockchain. Essentially, it’s the pioneer in the implementation of shockproof internet infrastructure built on blockchain technology.

Titanium Blockchain asks, “What if an entire IT enterprise could be virtualized, including data centers, firewalls, load-balancers, routers, switches, network appliances and servers?” Well, in fact, TBIS brings the concept of enterprise-level infrastructure for a global company from a tablet, without spending time installing rack servers, routers, etc to fruition.

This means zero outage time as well as impassable security at a fraction of the cost. If you need an example, think of this way: Uber doesn’t own cars, the largest hospitality company, Airbnb doesn’t own hotels, so why should internet infrastructure be any different?

TBIS’ company as a service and infrastructure as a service, virtualizes all of that so it can exist in an entirely cloud-based environment situated on the already-established Ethereum blockchain.

And as a sister company to the well-regarded tech consultancy company, EHI, TBIS has already gained a competitive headstart.

For more information on Titanium Blockchain Infrastructure Services head to tbis.io today.

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