Global demand for computing power appears insatiable. It is a precious commodity, and valuable asset, yet difficult to share and trade. Smartphones have extra performance capacity to help, but presently no option for the regular smartphone users to participate in their daily lives…
"WASTED CPU CORES"
The vast majority of smartphones are under-utilized, most of the time. The average person uses their smartphones between 2-3 hours per day, while more than 20 hours per day they are on standby. The same is true for tables, IOT (internet of things) and other “smart” mobile devices. What if you could automatically collect your smartphones unused CPU core’s computing power, when you are not using it? Regardless of time and geographic location.
NATEE Grid Computing
NATEE’s goal is to address and solve the most pressing challenge to the Internet in decades – the critical supply of computing power. We are committed to bridging a gap between an available yet lost supply of computing power, with surging demand for data computations that are spiraling out of control, but needed for society to flourish.
This vital bridge for the innovation is introduced by NATEE’s platform, while DLT (digital ledger technology) and the NAT token are the necessary medium of exchange for raw core processing power, within a tradeable tokenized ecosystem. Ultimately, the hope is to empower non-technical people from all classes of society to earn profits by sharing their smartphones, tablets, IOT’s and other mobile device resources with “Big Data” programs for scientific R&D, A.I., CGI rendering, animation, gaming design, and other intensive “compute outsourcing” applications.
Our mission is to serve society through innovation, while remaining faithful to the original tenets of blockchain philosophy that stand for individual empowerment, and class inclusivity. Blockchain technologies have become a disruptive force by honoring the principles of decentralization and disintermediation. It offers a possibility of elevating and transforming our way of life in myriads of new ways.
Novelty of "Mobile" Grid Computing
The very idea of deploying smartphones for core processing and storage has seldom been contemplated… until now! Mobile phones working in harmony over 4G/5G/WiFi connections can now solve very big puzzles by sharing tiny pieces of tasks in parallel.
NATEE is exposing Grid computing to the possibility of recruiting mobile devices onto their grid networks – which has traditionally been an exclusive province of distributed servers, or centralized mainframes on the cloud.