Kuhirō IoT creates a peer-to-peer data mesh between multiple devices.
Below is a brief explanation of how we do it :)
# 1: CRDTs
Kuhirō uses Conflict Free Replicated Data Types
This allows Kuhirō to support multiple database masters writing concurrently
The data-layer automatically resolves conflicts that happen during concurrent modifications
# 2: Swarms
CRDTs enable peer-to-peer swarms, the Cloud is no longer necessary.
These swarms can use many physically separate devices to act towards a common goal
These are the building blocks of mini decentralized internets
# 3: Latency
Peer-to-peer swarms have near optimal data replication latency.
Replication does not need to go to the Cloud, it travels directly from one device to another.
# 4: Robustness
Peer-to-peer swarms can survive numerous concurrent outages and still complete their tasks.
# 5: Mini Decentralized Internets
Adding IaaS/Serverless-functions and AI to the mix
We have miniature decentralized internets.