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Rynus Unique Features

Rynus stands unique from other decentralized platforms on the market and offers superior services for all.

Rynus offers a range of unique features that distinguish us from other decentralized networks in the market.

Comprehensive Services

Rynus provides Decentralized GPU Cloud Computing for both fields: AI and 3D rendering, combining the strengths of other competitors into a single, unified platform.

Furthermore, our vision extends beyond this. AI and 3D rendering are just the beginning. In the future, we aspire to integrate everything into our DePIN platform, such as storage, gaming, mobile, automobile, and more.

Big Data Transfer

The seamless transfer of big data poses a critical challenge for any decentralized and centralized systems. Particularly in today’s landscape, big data plays an increasingly vital role in AI training and machine learning. The quantity and quality of data directly impact the learning and pattern recognition capabilities of AI systems.

With the rapid advancement of technology, AI models have evolved significantly, resulting in minimal differences among them. In some cases, even tools like ChatGPT can assist in creating a training model. Consequently, the quality of input data is now the critical factor in determining training outcomes. Training involves a model learning from data—the more data available, the more the model can learn, leading to greater accuracy. This underscores the critical importance of big data in AI. Efficient big data transfer is essential and foundational for any AI training service.

When utilizing a third-party AI training service or platform instead of training locally, an excellent data transfer tool becomes indispensable. Without the capability to transfer data effectively, neither the service/platform nor the AI model will function properly. Big data transfer is a significant concern for all cloud computing service providers, each employing various tools and protocols for file transfer.

At Rynus, we have developed our proprietary protocol with six standout features to address the complexities of big data transfer. Rynus has also introduced its own desktop app as a specialized data transfer tool, designed to offer superior performance compared to other available tools.

1. File Fragmentation

Rynus software intelligently determines the optimal segmentation of files based on the client’s network conditions. For instance, for a 1 GB file, Rynus may initially divide it into smaller, more manageable parts of 100 KB. As the client’s network improves, Rynus adjusts dynamically, potentially dividing the file into larger segments, such as 300 KB.

2. File Compression

Uploading a folder with 1000 files totaling 1 GB can be time-consuming compared to a single 1 GB file. Hence, Rynus employs compression techniques aligned with our standards. This process compresses the files before segmenting and transferring them, ensuring fast upload speeds.

3. Pause/Resume Functionality

Consider a case where a client has uploaded 80% of 1 TB data but encounters a network interruption. Upon reconnection, the client does not need to restart the upload from scratch. Instead, they can seamlessly resume from the point of interruption, uploading only the remaining 20%. Additionally, users can pause and resume uploads at their convenience, facilitated by Rynus’s file numbering system that tracks and manages pieces of uploaded files.

4. Upload Only Updated Files

Modifications may be necessary during the course of project work. Rather than re-uploading an entire folder containing numerous files, Rynus identifies and uploads only the files that have been updated. This efficient approach avoids redundant uploads of unchanged files.

These four points allow Rynus’s solution to adapt dynamically to varying network conditions and ensure efficient file transfers. Furthermore, to optimize the process and minimize time, Rynus leverages the following approach.

5. Optimal File Routes

When transferring client data, Rynus does not rely on a single path from A to B. Instead, we explore multiple routes through different network nodes. Rynus tests various routes by sending “seed files” – small, 1 KB pieces through each route. The route with the fastest response time is then selected, ensuring fast and efficient file transfers.

6. Peer-to-peer Transfer

Rynus also develops a Peer-to-peer (P2P) file transfer between Workers, allowing transferring files directly between multiple Workers in the Rynus network. The nodes can communicate and exchange data directly, efficiently utilizing network resources to speed up the file transfer process.

Extensive Experience and Case Studies

Rynus did not embark on building our decentralized network from scratch. We bring over five years of experience in delivering centralized products and services, having successfully handled millions of 3D rendering and AI training jobs for clients. Additionally, we have comprehensive case studies and pipelines for specific AI training and 3D rendering cases.

Tier III Data Center

Rynus operates its own Data Center that meets Uptime Institute’s Tier III Standards as well as others such as Operation, Quality Management Standards, Information Security Standards, and Energy Management Standards. Our Local Workers ensure uninterrupted service even before Global Workers join the network.

Platform Compatibility

The current AI training and 3D rendering market is fragmented, with each enterprise and individual having their own pipelines and preferred platforms. Rynus supports all AI platforms and 3D rendering platforms.

For AI, users can build, train, and tune AI, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning models with any AI software like TensorFlow, Jupyter, Anaconda, Python, PyTorch, MXNet, Keras, CNTK, Caffe, and others.

For 3D rendering, users can render with any 3D software, render engines, and plugins, including both real-time rendering (Lumion, Unreal Engine, Twinmotion, Enscape, Chaos Vantage, D5 Render, etc.) and offline rendering (Redshift, OctaneRender, Arnold, V-Ray, iRay, KeyShot, RenderMan, etc.).

GPU Diversity

Rynus supports all types of GPUs from different manufacturers including NVIDIA, AMD, Apple, and Intel. We plan to develop a multi-GPU rendering engine and a plugin for TensorFlow that works with both NVIDIA and AMD GPUs.

Privacy and Security

Rynus adopts new security technologies and ensures the data security of our users with multiple layers of protection.

1. Data Center Tier III

Rynus Data Center Tier III includes both physical security and data security.

  • Physical Security: Our Tier III data centers incorporate robust security features such as fences, gates, and security cameras to protect the facility. Additionally, these data centers are strategically located in safe regions to mitigate the risk of natural disasters. The infrastructure is specifically designed to endure events like earthquakes, floods, and fires, ensuring uninterrupted service.
  • Data Security: To safeguard consumer data, our Tier III data centers deploy advanced security mechanisms including encryption, firewalls, and intrusion detection systems. These measures are crucial in preventing unauthorized access and ensuring the integrity and confidentiality of sensitive information.

2. Two-Factor Authentication

Two-factor authentication is integrated when logging in to the Rynus Cloud and Transfer application.

3. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)

SSL certificates are integrated into the Rynus Cloud, REST APIs, and backend services.

4. Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP)

Files are transferred to Rynus’s centralized server using the Transfer application via SFTP.

5. Server-Side and Client-Side Encryption

Server-side and Client-side encryption is integrated into REST APIs to encrypt data being transmitted.

6. AES and RSA Encryption

AES and RSA encryption algorithms are applied across the entire system, including end-user apps and backend services.

7. End-to-End Encryption (E2EE)

End-to-end encryption is integrated into the Worker application and backend Worker manager.

Profit-Optimized Workers

Rynus Workers are optimized for profit, combining AI model training, 3D rendering tasks, and coin mining. The Workers seamlessly switch to mining coins during idle time when not receiving AI or 3D rendering jobs.

Decentralized Pricing Controls

Unlike other cloud computing services where the platform or service provider sets the prices, Rynus allows GPU/CPU providers (Workers) to determine the cost of their hardware. Workers bid for computing jobs based on real-time supply and demand dynamics within the cloud computing market.

This unique approach results in a fluctuating cost structure that reflects current market conditions, ensuring a more equitable and transparent pricing model. By giving Workers control over their pricing, Rynus fosters a decentralized ecosystem driven by market forces. This system not only democratizes the cloud computing market but also aligns with the principles of decentralization and user empowerment, offering greater freedom and fairness to all participants.

Superior Transaction Speed

Transactions per second (TPS) refers to the maximum number of transactions that can be processed by a computer system within a certain amount of time. In the context of blockchains, TPS refers to the number of transactions that a network is capable of processing each second. Bitcoin TPS is 7 transactions per second, Ethereum 1.0 TPS is 30 transactions per second, and Solana TPS is 65,000 transactions per second.

Rynus leverages blockchain APTOS for exceptional transaction processing speed. It has a transaction speed of 160,000 TPS, ensuring swift and efficient handling of transactions on our network.

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