Fifty years ago, an engineer named Doug Engelbart gave a demo that introduced the world to the first personal computers and a vision to connect them: the Internet. The online technologies he revealed that day changed the lives of everyone on the planet — but Engelbart’s true vision was never achieved.
What he and the web’s pioneers wanted was a fully distributed Internet, one that each of us would power and for which we each took responsibility.
When AT&T first got a chance to build it, they said it was technically impossible. PiperNet is proof that they were wrong.
Powered by our second to none middle-out compression, PiperNet will reclaim the original vision of the Internet putting the power back where it belongs: with you, the user.