Lambda, a decentralized infrastructure startup providing unlimited data storage on the blockchain and for the Internet of Things, announced its strategic partnership with Perlin, the first practical, trustless and decentralized cloud computing marketplace leveraging underutilized compute power in everyday smart-devices to make supercomputing economically viable and accessible globally.
Together, Perlin and Lambda will be driving key business innovation to develop distributed storage and distributed computing capabilities for an enhanced blockchain infrastructure. Additionally, the technical partnership advances computing and storage capabilities for shared decentralized applications (DAPPs) users.
“The technical collaboration with Perlin is a strategic move to further advance our innovation and presence within the distributed blockchain infrastructure sector,” said Lucy Wang, co-founder and CMO of Lambda. “Our shared business objective strengthens our vision to efficiently utilize storage space on the blockchain for fast, secure and scalable adoption of DApps. With our goals aligned, our partnership with Perlin marks yet another milestone for us as we continue to fuel the Lambda project.”
Trung Nguyen CMO of Perlin said, “We’re looking forward to developing a lasting rapport with Lambda as business growth continue to accelerate. The partnership will be an equal parts collaboration of technological expertise, innovations, DApp user bases and joint marketing promotions for upcoming projects.”
Lambda and Perlin both announced investment support by Bitmain and FBG Capital earlier this year. The companies are scheduled to collaborate on community-focused marketing campaigns in the near future.