SUNNYVALE, California, Jan. 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — EduHash, a global blockchain company, has been certified by an ICT-authorized testing institute in regard to the network’s TPS (Transactions per second) performance. The EduHash Blockchain Main-net (xDLT™), developed from scratch by the company with many compute architecture breakthroughs, has officially proven to handle a record-breaking 1,196,966 TPS.
EduHash has successfully gained international validation on its technological prowess after undergoing a screening process of the ICT-authorized testing institute, which involves a series of grueling documentations and strict adherence to the certification guidelines (KOLAS/ILAC-MRA Performance Test Certificate).
This accredited certificate follows international standards and is fully recognized by 86 test institutes members across 72 countries that participate in the ILAC-MRA (Mutual Recognition Agreement for International Accreditation of Testing Organizations), such as the U.S., Japan, China and Europe. Additionally, this certificate is mutually recognized by APLAS-MRA (Asia-Pacific Testing Authority Mutual Recognition Agreement) and carries the same effectiveness as APLAS-MRA testing reports issued by 37 test institutes across all 23 participating countries.
Daniel Ohn, the chief technology officer of EduHash, has commented: “EduHash main-net is a fully independent technology developed in-house by the EduHash team, and does not rely on mediocre open-source architectures. From the very start, the development team has made bold architectural changes and has been hyper-focused on performance, scalability, and flexibility. For long-term worldwide developer adoption, the team has also created the world’s first DLT schema language (AXSL™), which aims to painlessly support blockchain, traditional databases and connectable APIs in a single configuration.”
Daniel has emphasized that the officially certified performance of 1,196,966 TPS (~1.2M TPS) is currently the world-record; no company has so far officially broken through even 1 million transactions per second in official institute settings. He’s also added that the company has filed 8 key patents in regard to the ground-breaking blockchain compute architecture which the team worked day and night to develop.
James Jeon, who is the vice chairman of EduHash, has also commented: “EduHash’s technology and its leadership capabilities have long been recognized by DXC Technology, one of the world’s largest enterprises IT company with $24+ billion revenue. EduHash and DXC Technology have formed a teaming agreement to lead the global blockchain market. This certification will only accelerate the company’s expansion into a dominant market share in enterprise and governmental blockchain systems.”
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