1. Spiderweb Scale-Up

The business scale of Spiderweb is determined by the number of Spiderweb Official Nodes (SON) and other P2P nodes. In the beginning, we need to build enough Spiderweb Official Nodes (SON) and Spiderweb Distribution Nodes (SDN) to provide OSP/BSP clients.
While the number of SDN in an area is sufficient, and the local network environment meets the requirements, the SDN hardware can be consolidated to a new Spiderweb Official Node (SON) for OSP/BSP clients.
In the future, when the number of SDN is sufficient, the function of SON can be simplified to only control and command units, so we can use existing cloud service providers, such as AWS, to quickly deploy SON on the cloud to communicate with SDN around the world and build Spiderweb ecosystem services efficiently. Then the whole network nodes can spread over a larger area.

2. Enter Storage Sharing Era

Since the development of HTTP protocol nearly 30 years ago, the centralized network protocol architecture has brought rapid and vigorous development of Internet technology applications to mankind, and it is now the era of one mobile phone per person. The evolution of the frontend user experience has continued to advance and improve, but the underlying architecture has not changed much except for the increase in speed, and still maintains the B/S usage model (Browser/Server).
Although the centralized network structure is mature, it is not ideal. The frontend and backend network infrastructure must maintain the same performance to maximize efficiency.
In the past, because the network backbone was not well built, a stable and centralized IDC was needed as a medium to provide users with a wide range of network applications. However, in the era of fiber optic backbone network and the improvement of user terminal equipment performance, P2P shared resources can also provide the same services as centralized IDC, and will eventually surpass centralized services.
As there is a surplus of resources in different fields, the development of sharing economy models is blooming. P2P resource construction is like sowing the seeds and then the plants slowly growing with the nourishment of market demand.
Spiderweb would like to realize the storage sharing economy with blockchain and P2P decentralization technology. We will seek to cooperate with local IDCs and mining partners, both developed and developing countries, to establish local core nodes and gradually expand the scope of services in order to provide enterprise clients with a more efficient and economical blockchain DIDC infrastructure.

3. IoT Integration

Internet of Things (IoT), Blockchain, and AI are the three major applications that are expected to be developed rapidly in recent years with a large investment of resources from both government and private enterprises. Among them, the Internet of Things and Blockchain are inseparable from the support of Internet connection, and AI also needs a lot of computing resources. However, the cost of the Internet is still a thorny issue to be solved.
After the breakthrough of cost reduction on the Internet of Things, we believe that Spiderweb system architecture can effectively utilize the resources of the Internet of Things to expand the scope of operation, and the resources of P2P can start to be scattered in the form of IoT connectivity.
Spiderweb can also be used as a complementary assistance to supply the networking needs of IoT devices, and the IoT devices can become the resource of nodes in the ecosystem, eventually forming a huge Spiderweb ecosystem.