Partnership announcement: Signals on top of iExec V1
iExec provides distributed applications running on the blockchain (DApps) a scalable, secure and easy access to the services, data-sets, and computing resources they need.
Our technology relies on Ethereum, which allows us to build a virtual Cloud infrastructure that provides high-performance computing services on demand.
As a Developer, you can use iExec to overcome blockchain limitations, by executing your computations on a new distributed infrastructure.Learn More
As a Provider, you can lend your machine power and monetize it by executing developer applications.Learn More
As an Investor, you can get into the world of crypto-economy by holding or trading your RLC tokens whenever you want.Learn More
RLC is the native token of the iExec cloud platform. In exchange of RLC tokens, users can utilize the network to rent servers, data and applications.
Usage of Big Data and High Performance Computing (HPC) applications and the infrastructures to run them is a necessity for the design of innovative products and services.
HPC is too complex and too expensive for innovative SMEs and individuals. iExec provides on-demand, secure and scalable access to an unlimited set of computing resources (CPU, storage, GPU) .
Our technology is based on XtremWeb-HEP, a software for parallel and distributed computing used in production in the public domain for more than 10 years (signal processing, image, high energy physics, aeronautics, finance, etc.)
iExec relies on the Ethereum blockchain to organize a global P2P market, where providers compete to rent their resources. This lowers the cost of IT and provides better energy efficiency.
iExec is thrilled to announce a partnership with Signals! It is the first announcement of a dapp running on iExec v1 (aka “The Wanderer”). The upcoming Dapp Store will list all decentralized applications running on top of iExec. Projects built on top of iExec will have to use RLC tokens to access off-chain computing resources. … <a href="https://iex.ec/news/partnership-announcement-signals-top-iexec-v1/">Continued</a>
SC’17 (Super Computing 2017) is the premier international conference showcasing the many ways high performance computing, networking, storage and analysis and lead to advances in scientific discovery, research, education and commerce. The annual event, created and sponsored by the ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) and the IEEE Computer Society, attracts HPC professionals and educators from … <a href="https://iex.ec/news/sc17/">Continued</a>
We had the pleasure to welcome three Chinese academics from the Shandong Computer Science Center, Jinan, Shandong, China. China focus a lot on optimisation of its infrastructure. iExec will be a key player on this specific market. The Shandong delegation is part of a wide network of Chinese academics. Introduction of Shandong Computer … <a href="https://iex.ec/news/jinan-delegation/">Continued</a>
Here’s Gilles Fedak’s keynote at Devcon3. The first stable version of iExec SDK is out. It’s the Wanderer Edition. Try the Katacoda tutorial to get the feeling of how iExec works. 😉
Journal du Net is one of the biggest players in the French tech media scene. 9 mln readers visit the website monthly, looking the latest trends and developments. JDN’s newsletter of the 27th of October featured an interesting article on a future marketplace of cloud resources. The article raised the following question: can a cloud … <a href="https://iex.ec/news/towards-decentralized-marketplace-cloud-resource/">Continued</a>
iExec is launching the very first version of its SDK in a few days and we want to share all details about it with the whole community. At iExec, we’re building a marketplace for computation resources. One needs RLC tokens to access the resources of the Decentralized Cloud, in other words users and applications providers pay in RLC … <a href="https://iex.ec/news/iexec-post-devcon-ama-session-announcement/">Continued</a>