WARP

ALWAYS ON THE EDGE

A Change in Edge Computing

WARP Edge Internet System

Evolving how data travels

WARP EIS provides no center, middle, or edge architecture as the first true cloud-architecture solution delivering instant access across any size communication network.

WARP Distributed Design

WARP Edge Internet System (EIS) is the next step in the evolution of how we securely store, transmit, and process data. WARP EIS is a patented edge computing platform built as a constellation of nodes with no ‘center’ for consolidation.  The result is high-performing edge computing focused on Layer 2 content delivery to reduce latency while increasing capacity.  WARP EIS includes an interactive and customizable toolset for public and private groups to deploy and reduce costs and silos in creating a true cloud computing and networked content ecosystem.

Content Delivery

 

WARP EIS is a distributed galaxy where connected nodes efficiently deliver applications, content, and devices that improve network utilization and reduce carbon footprint.

WARP EIS not only impacts global access to information but bridges the digital divide to increase market capital and growth while enabling the seismic shift to future technologies such as quantum computing.

EIS Architecture

 

The architecture of the WARP EIS relies on an integrated framework of gateways, performance Ethernet switch interconnects, and Edge Nodes. Edge Nodes are the edge constellation and computing devices deployed throughout the network, region, and world to form a single but ever-expanding edge data system. Edge Nodes all have the same operating systems but vary by type to meet the needs of the user environment, available size, and space.

INEXPENSIVE BY COMPARISON

Reduced infrastructure
Natively green
Efficient use of backhaul

SCALABLE

Nodes are self-healing
Shared intelligence
AI monitoring
Mini industrial units

NATIVE REVENUE GENERATION

NOC management
Client tools
Applications, Hosting

OPERATIONAL SHIFT

Shift nodes to client sites, partner or city tower for shared cost

The architecture of the WARP EIS relies on an integrated framework of gateways, performance Ethernet switch interconnects, and Edge Nodes. Edge Nodes are the edge constellation and computing devices deployed throughout the network, region, and world to form a single but ever-expanding edge data system. Edge Nodes all have the same operating systems but vary by type to meet the needs of the user environment, available size, and space.

WARP EIS is a patented interactive and customizable toolset that allows governments, enterprises, education, and your business to deploy, reduce cost, and reduce silos in creating a true networked cloud ecosystem. WARP EIS provides no center, middle, or edge architecture as the first true cloud center solution to deliver instant access across any communication network. For the first time, you deploy only as a completely distributed galaxy of connected nodes for applications, users, and devices. WARP EIS will not only impact global access to information but also bridge the digital divide to increase market capital and growth potential and enable the seismic shift for future technologies such as quantum computing.

The combination of hardware and software works together to effectively create a supercomputer and datacenter processing data extremely fast, with automatic storage redundancy while providing the highest-level security. The proprietary bonding system delivers applications, data, protection, and services at the edge with unparalleled speed and reliability. All of the standard communication protocols are supported in every device. WARP Appliances present the power of a full data center distributed across the network, delivering a truly enhanced user experience. All WARP devices interoperate, allowing networks to scale easily. A business or community can start small, solve a specific problem, and easily expand to address any additional or future needs.

The WARP Edge Internet System (EIS) Aggregator Node is designed to bring together your legacy data center systems into a WARP EIS universe. This aggregation point also allows you to build more storage for capacity service and application delivery as data is transitioned into the next general edge computing ecosystem.

The WARP EIS Large Aggregation Node is designed to need high performance as needed by larger service providers. The large Aggregator contains 12 SSD caddies, and each caddy is pre-populated with an advanced solid-state drive. These drives have been configured in an LVM group and mounted at the home mount point within the operating system allowing for flexible management.

The WARP EIS Industrial Node is built for field-level installations with industrial components, flexible power options, and reliability.  While incorporating the same secure, fast access and the ability to reduce bandwidth and storage costs drastically, these units begin the process of community-level deployments at the edge of any network. All industrial nodes come integrated with our OS providing full Layer 2-7 network routing, firewall, and load balancing along with our unique storage distribution, recovery, and channel bonding. It is controlled and managed through the NOC user interface (UI) dashboard, so it’s easy and quick to configure devices and understand data and activity. Securely store data across multiple Nodes, process data at the Edge, and automatically transmit information via the fastest connectivity route. The included Firewall stops and alerts if there are intrusions.

The Industrial Node appliance enables the perfect distributed and flexible solution for businesses, public works projects, and cities looking to get application performance closer to the user.

The WARP EIS Small Node is built to be hyperlocal to the user, providing beyond-edge access to frequently accessed content while ensuring operational efficiency, access, and reliability. The platform-hosting feature enables applications such as CDN (Content Delivery), full office suites (word processing, spreadsheets, presentations), and even media players for your customers.

While a miniature device fits in the palm of your hand, these devices can be embedded in any environment from mobile, poles, signs, and signals to any location you can consider. It is controlled and managed through the NOC user interface (UI) dashboard, so it’s easy to configure and simple to service in the field without increasing deployment or management costs. Securely store data across multiple Nodes, process data at the Edge, and automatically transmit information via the fastest connectivity route. The included Firewall stops and alerts if there are intrusions.

This Small Node appliance enables the perfect remote and endpoint device flexible solution for businesses, communities, and cities looking to get application performance closer to the user.