MultiVAC CTO Shawn Attended IEEE WCNC 2019, Published a Distributed System Academic Report

Dear MultiVAC community members,

The IEEE WCNC (Wireless Communications and Networking Conference) was held in Morocco from April 15th to 19th, local time. MultiVAC CTO Dr.Shawn was invited to attend and published the academic report entitled “Nonuniform Node Distribution using Adaptive Poisson Disk for Wireless Sensor Networks,” and communicate with professional scholars from all over the world.

The IEEE-Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is the world’s largest top professional technology association, headquartered in New York, USA, with chapters in more than 150 countries around the world. IEEE brings together the world’s top technology experts, with 420,000 members from 175 countries, and publishes a variety of magazines, journals, books, and more than 300 professional conferences every year.

The IEEE WCNC is held annually and is the world’s leading conference on large-scale wireless communications. It brings together experts and scholars from government agencies and industry organizations to exchange information and ideas on the development of wireless communications and network technologies, including the latest technology discussion on dozens of hot questions such as voice, data, images, multimedia communication.

The WCNC conference attracted about 1,000 of the world’s top scientists, sponsored by well-known communication service providers such as Huawei, NOKIA Bell Labs, and Orange of France, and invited top experts from NTT DOCOMO, Facebook, and MIT to publish academic reports. Click here for details.

At the IEEE WCNC conference, Dr. Shawn delivered an excellent academic report and attracted the attention and enthusiastic discussion of the participating experts. The report content is about the node network in the wireless sensor group (For example, if a large number of unmanned vehicles and other equipment are placed in the wild, they can communicate with each other), how to design the node distribution to build an optimal network, to prevent some nodes from becoming critical, so that excessive energy consumption leads to downtime, causing network paralysis.

The wireless communication technology innovations involved in the report may have important theoretical value for the exploration of wireless devices mining, such as mobile phone mining in the blockchain. In a P2P network built by mobile phones, we can build a distributed network through optimal strategies, so that the energy consumption of each mobile phone is averaged, thus avoiding network crash caused by the excessive power consumption of key nodes.

If this technology matures, we may able to connect hundreds of millions of mobile phones to the blockchain to build a highly decentralized distributed system. At that time, the mobile phone does not even need to connect to the base station, and it is convenient and quick to communicate and transfer between each other.

Dr. Shawn said that participation in the IEEE WCNC conference not only opened up the academic vision but also learned the research trends and progress of the global peers. At the same time, Shawn also introduced the research results and technical features of MultiVAC to international industry experts and top enterprise laboratories and laid the foundation for the follow-up multi-win cooperation.

MultiVA is the world’s pioneering all-dimensional sharding solution can effectively lower miners’ thresholds, we have fully sharded blockchain with sharding for not only computation but also transmission and storage, and ordinary computing devices can also participate in mining. It is reported that testnet 2.0 can support PC mining.