Our test configuration uses three desktop servers, connected as a peer-to-peer mesh, each server running the cuublemesh software. Each server configured with multiple (named) block chains. One server also provides the web user interface for the networked system. Block sizes range from 3kb to 230mb. The latter contain media and images.
Extensive Search and management functions
Flexible, fast and scaleable
Holds messages, images, documents, audio and videos
Offers personalised block chains for chain creators, able to authorise related parties onto chain
Selectable user events (help calls, scripts, personal information (smart contracts)) are recorded
Hashing, signature and encryption and user access controls ensure trust
Our testing and cross node and cross chain search performance statistics show the platform can be run out of the box, thus immediately ready for proof of concept trials and rapid block chain technology assessment programs. It can also serve as a method of evolving existing procedures into automated workflow procedures, smart contract enabled transactions and workflows and eventually AI assisted environments.
The figures below are from our three desktop server, 12 block chains with 10m blocks configuration. Forward searches – oldest to newest blocks. Backward searches – newest to oldest blocks.
Chain Block Type summaries – forward or backward search.
Chain Token Type Summaries – forward or backward search
Block Summaries, truncated responses (within set limits) backward search
Blocks with images and media content – forward or backward search with 100 plus media blocks randomly applied across all chains and 10m blocks