Zenlayer, a massively distributed edge cloud service provider, recently announced its partnership with Syntropy, a Web3 network software company, to provide enhanced network capacity to global Web3 network users.
Under the agreement, Zenlayer will bring its edge infrastructure to the Syntropy network through the Open Bandwidth Exchange (OBX), giving Syntropy’s users access to instantly scalable, high-performing network services in emerging global markets across Asia, South America, the Middle East, and Africa.
Optimized bandwidth will become available to everyone looking for the fastest Internet connection to power their services. Syntropy’s native NOIA token will be used as a medium of exchange on the OBX marketplace, allowing Zenlayer to tokenize its networking infrastructure., making it one of the first precedents in the industry to tokenize bandwidth.
This ecosystem will provide the best customer experience for Syntropy’s users by giving them the opportunity to choose the most suitable connection. Zenlayer will set up and manage DARP (Distributed Autonomous Routing Protocol) nodes at strategic locations of its network. DARP is the protocol Syntropy developed to route data around public Internet congestions, and provide the best paths with the lowest latency, packet loss, and jitter for Syntropy clients’ traffic. All connections are secured through native end-to-end encryption.
A world leader in edge cloud, Zenlayer has the most distributed and hyperconnected infrastructure in the world’s fastest-growing economic regions, operating more than 270 Points of Presence across 45+ countries. Zenlayer will join the OBX infrastructure on the supply side and act as one of the founding members of OBX, contributing to the robust pace of the Web3 industry.