Enterprises of all scale and size can use the all-encompassing ProximaX Sirius platform to power a diverse range of use cases. From simple standalone applications to complex system solutions, ProximaX Sirius is built to power it all.
The fully decentralized configuration of the ProximaX Sirius platform integrates with peer-to-peer ("P2P"), off-chain components such as content delivery networks ("CDN") and other cloud offerings. This provides app developers the liberty to expand their creativity in building great P2P applications without fear of non-compliance or vulnerability to attacks.
The winning combination of blockchain, storage, streaming, database, and consensus is the success DNA of ProximaX Sirius. Advanced features such as Supercontract, multisig, multilayer-multisig, pull transactions, aggregated transactions and cross-chain ability unleash immense possibilities on the platform. It greatly simplifies development and makes it rapid through the abstraction layer laced with APIs and SDKs. The platform gets its universality by supporting a wide range of programming languages such as TSJS, Java, CSharp, Swift, Dart, CLI, Golang, CPP, PHP, Rust, and Python.
The Four Layers that Fuel ProximaX Sirius
At the core of ProximaX Sirius lies the blockchain layer. It is the base layer which provides the source of data that interconnects with the other layers in a public or private environment. Through carefully scripted and guarded access points, we have also added a private blockchain solution for verified users and entities to bring public chain capabilities to enterprises.
Sirius Stream Protocol (SSP) is a high security and high performance streaming layer. Users can utilize it for real-time messaging and streaming services in a fully anonymous and end-to-end encrypted ecosystem. SSP is designed as a privacy routing protocol that mitigates the risks of maintaining exit nodes and out proxies. The SSP layer has two variants: live streaming for fully anonymous interactions between users; and storage streaming for providing streaming content from storage that is used for pre-recorded streaming instances.
The ProximaX storage layer is deployed through a Distributed File Management System (DFMS) protocol. Its peer-to-peer distributed architecture makes the network decentralized and free from any third-party influence. It also facilitates client-side encryption thus allowing for maximum data security. Being based on an encrypted and shared file storage on a decentralized infrastructure also makes the storage layer immune to security and privacy threats.
The database system layer is made up of cross-platform document-oriented database MongoDB, and it is driven by Tendermint core as the distributed network enforcement mechanism. Put simply, this layer records all the transactions and information and attaches a unique identifier called transaction hashes to them.
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