HANOVER, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Acute Angle, known for its cryptomining integration with Windows 10 computers, wants to redefine the rules of the cloud. Their Super Network software enables any PC user to become part of a worldwide cloud network easily. Acute Angle revolutionizes the use of blockchain technology by allowing anyone to share their idle resources to the cloud and be rewarded for it.
Once connected to the Internet, the Acute Angle PC can be connected to the cloud through Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) architecture and its computing power shared with other Acute Angle machines. The PC is mainly offered to blockchain users and crypto miners who can use it as a universal PC at the same time. In addition, the computer may be used during its idle time to mine crypto coins.
The unique design of the newest Acute Angle PC 2.0 launched into Europe today with its triangular housing and woodwork is based on the Windows 10 operating system and includes an Intel Core i7-8550U processor, an Intel Ultra HD Graphics 620 graphics card, 16GB RAM, one HDD hard disk up to 2TB, and 1x USB 3.1 Type C and 3x USB 3.0 ports.
The new Super Network software now makes it possible for every Windows PC to become part of the cloud network. With an app installed on the home or office computer, the Super Network converts the computers to Acute Angle Cloud Nodes. The unused computing power is used by the respective systems to power the Acute Angle Cloud. This represents an alternative and innovative approach to the conventional cloud data centers as well as a cost savings.
By using Acute Angle Cloud Nodes, end-users, businesses, and developers can access the computing power of the cloud at a lower cost than traditional cloud computing vendors. The Super Network reward system is based on the principles of blockchain technology, which are reflected in fairness, impartiality and transparency. By sharing unused bandwidth and becoming a member of the Acute Angle Cloud network, users are rewarded with AAC coins.
The Super Network Plan is the latest strategy for building a global network of nodes for the Acute Angle Cloud ecosystem. By using the emerging cloud resources, Acute Angle plans to develop various decentralized systems that will benefit customers. These include data backups in the cloud, public blockchain applications, content delivery networks (CDN) and database services for individuals (freelancers), as well as small and medium-sized businesses.
Currently, the distribution of Acute Angle Cloud Nodes covers a total of 33 countries and regions. These include Japan, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Europe, North America, Taiwan and Singapore. Acute Angle’s debut at CEBIT today marks its formal invitation for European blockchain enthusiasts and professionals alike to join the Acute Angle Cloud.