More than 80% of today’s Internet infrastructure and 60% of its network is controlled by just a handful of companies.
The current model is shaped around building more hyper-scale data centers that are inefficient and costly.
The current system’s pain-killer approach and complexity leaves it very vulnerable for hackers and data breaches.
The Internet consumes between 10%-20% of global energy supplies today, and this is increasing rapidly.
Zero OS was built without a shell, local or remote, making it impossible to access user data on a hardware level. With its lightweight design, it can host microservices architectures and web3 workloads with optimum performance and efficiency.
Smart Contract for IT enables any expert to automate the deployment and operation of IT workloads. Users can then use these smart contracts to provision the compute, storage and network needed for their digital needs, without any intermediaries.
A private end-to-end encrypted network that comes with cryptographically-bound IPv6 addresses and a full separation between the IT workloads and the service exposure. A web gateway blocks TCP/UDP connections from the outside.
The foundation for a better Internet, built by people who care and for everyone.