iEx.ec stands for “I Execute”. Headquartered in Lyon, France, the project was created in October 2016. It is a spin-off company from INRIA, the French National Institute for Research in Computer Science.
iEx.ec aims at starting off as a fully distributed Blockchain-based cloud platform. It is designed for distributed Blockchain-based applications (DApps) with plans to evolving into a market network for decentralized computing products and services.
In total, their five editions of the project planned within four years from the launch date. The last outlined edition will represent a fully distributed platform for Blockchain computing.
The iEx.ec market network will be designed for various participants of the distributed computing ecosystem. It will enable them to do business with each other to better monetize their products and services. Each new version of the network will be updated to host new types of participants:
DApps providers (version 1)
application and server providers (version 2)
data providers (version 3)
mining farms, miners, GPU apps providers (version 4)
emerging classes of applications (version 5)
at this stage, iEx.ec also plans to partner with telecom companies, attracting the latter, among other, with the possibility to halve their infrastructure costs, distributing small data centers along their network point-of-presence
The market network is to provide its users with
full traceability and trust a wide range of customers and, consequently, new markets an innovative Blockchain-based environment, tailored for its users’ features and needs
- Will allow on-demand, secure and low-cost access to computing infrastructures for traditional customers - Dapps will rely on iEx.ec to automatically search, find, provision, use, release all the computing resources they need: applications, data, and servers - Will allow rapid monetisation of existing computing resources for home users or additional monetisation for existing infrastructure providers like miners Application areas: ● Blockchain-based Cloud Computing ● Video transcoding ● Physics Simulation ● Digital signal processing (DSP) ● Physics Computation (ISDEP) ● Audio Analysis ● Optimization Algorithms
Essential edition nov 2017
Market network may 2018
Hybrid public/private infrastructure may 2018
High performance computing may 2019
Beyond the distributed cloud may 2020
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