The Benefits of Web3 in Multi-Network Solutions

By on February 15th, 2022 in Managed Services, Blog, Cloud Services

As the number of users who access the internet through more than one network continues to grow, so does the need for secure multi-network solutions. Web3 offers a range of benefits to make online solutions more efficient, secure, and user-friendly.

What is Web3?

Web3 is the evolution of the World Wide Web and is based on blockchain technology driven by the growing demand for users to own their data rather than large tech companies. Web3 offers many vital features, including decentralization, token-based economics, and access to public data centers that allow for a more secure, efficient, and transparent internet where people are part of its governance. Web3 is poised to transform public clouds and multi-network solutions as the future of a more secure, decentralized internet.

One of the challenges of implementing a Web3 infrastructure is that it is still in its early stages, and there is not yet a clear standard or governance structure. Another challenge is that scalable blockchain-based systems are often more challenging to create than traditional centralized systems, although the technologies exist. However, these challenges can be overcome with careful planning and execution, and we have seen other blockchain systems, like Bitcoin, scale effectively. By working with experienced partners in blockchain and cloud technologies, organizations can ensure that their Web3 infrastructure meets their specific needs and goals.

Decentralization and Your Networking Solutions

Decentralization is perhaps one of the most critical components of Web3. This allows data to be spread between a network’s participants rather than one party. This makes the data more secure, as it’s much harder for hackers to access all of the data at once since they would only access fragmented data with other components held by different participants in the blockchain. 

Additionally, decentralization allows for more democratic control of data and helps to ensure that networks remain online even if individual nodes go down. With the current Web2 infrastructure, if a cloud service provider (CSP) were to go down, any internet service relying on that CSP would also go offline. This makes Web3 an ideal solution for mission-critical applications and other high-availability applications.

Some of the best current use-cases for Web3 include the gaming industry, metaverse, and AI. In the case of gaming, game developers use Web3 and decentralization to offer gamers the chance to invest and the ability to vote on changes to the game. Even better, using a decentralized network, organizations using Web3 can trust that their data will be safe and secure while also accessing the fastest connection speeds possible. The decentralized nature of Web3 also provides a safer environment for even personal users as there is no central point where data can be held or hacked.

Benefiting from Web 3’s Technology

Businesses can benefit from using Web3 in multi-cloud, multi-facility, and multi-network solutions for decentralization, security, and transparency features. By facilitating decentralized clouds with Web3, companies never have to worry about losing data since it is not housed in one data storage facility operated by CSPs. This means information is stored in smaller caches across a more significant number of edge locations. The route with the lowest latency can be prioritized first to improve speed and reliability with these locations delivering data. Each participant in the network is also asked how much they can perform to avoid networks getting overwhelmed with traffic.

The future of the internet and multi-cloud strategies will look vastly different from its current form with the incorporation of Web3. Decentralized networks will allow for increased security and reliability and decreased latency and cost, while users will be given more power over their data and roles.

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