Pinger Surpasses 25K Registered Users and 100 Million Latency Reports Completed

July 8, 2024

The Auki Posemesh Pinger Telegram mini app, allows anyone to participate in the posemesh network, contribute valuable data, and earn rewards. The Pinger has seen impressive adoption, with tens of thousands of users already registered and actively contributing to latency research. The Pinger is the world’s first DePIN Diagnostics app, providing network latency research through a highly engaged community.

The Genesis: The Relay Service

The foundation of Posemesh's protocol went live almost two years ago with the deployment of the Relay Network, a messaging relay network designed to optimize collaborative spatial computing experiences. The core objective of the Relay Network is to facilitate the lowest possible latency paths over the internet between two computers, which is crucial for a seamless spatial computing experience. Achieving sub-8 millisecond latency is the gold standard, but it's rarely attainable with traditional Web2 cloud computing.

To address this, The Posemesh empowered its community members to use traditional Web2 cloud hosting to spin up relay nodes across all major providers and regions. This comprehensive approach has resulted in nearly perfect Web2 coverage, akin to having a server on every major cloud provider in every region.

The Evolution: Posemesh Pinger Telegram Mini App

Building on this foundation, The Posemesh launched the Posemesh Pinger Telegram mini app. This app serves as a stress test tool, allowing users to ping via a Telegram bot to stress test and spam the relay network servers. The data collected from these stress tests helps create a comprehensive latency map of the world, highlighting where sub-8 millisecond experiences can be achieved using legacy Web2 cloud infrastructure.

The response has been overwhelming; over 25,000 people have signed up to help us with this, and over 100 million stress tests have been performed. We're using this to build, we believe, the first publicly available latency map of the internet. The only players that we are aware of having these kinds of maps are telcos themselves. We're excited to be using our resources to conduct this public research on how fast the internet actually is.

The Impact

The efforts involved in The Posemesh Pinger research and the Relay Network are driving significant advancements in network efficiency and contributing valuable data to enhance spatial computing. By leveraging community participation and traditional Web2 cloud hosting, The Posemesh is breaking new ground in understanding and optimizing internet latency.

The Posemesh Pinger app has achieved remarkable milestones in a short period, underscoring the power of community-driven network research and network optimization. As The Posemesh continues to expand its capabilities and refine its tools, the future of low-latency spatial computing is promising.

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About Auki Labs

Auki Labs is at the forefront of spatial computing, pioneering the convergence of the digital and physical to give people and their devices a shared understanding of space for seamless collaboration.

The positioning technology developed by Auki Labs empowers industries and individuals to embrace spatial computing's transformative potential, enhancing productivity, engagement, and human connection‍.‍

The Auki Labs team is developing the posemesh, a decentralized spatial computing protocol for AR, the metaverse, and smart cities.

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About The Posemesh Foundation

The posemesh is an open-source protocol that powers a decentralized, blockchain-based spatial computing network.

The posemesh is designed for a future where spatial computing is both collaborative and privacy-preserving. It limits any organization's surveillance capabilities and encourages sovereign ownership of private maps of personal and public spaces.

The decentralization also offers a competitive advantage, especially in shared spatial computing sessions, AR for example, where low latency is crucial. The posemesh is the next step in the decentralization movement, responding as an antidote to the growing power of big tech.

The Posemesh Foundation has tasked Auki Labs with developing the software infrastructure of the posemesh.

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