Basic Input Output System for neural collective network. Full stack event driven data distribution.
In any digital system where physical devices, filled with micro electronics and electricity, will need methods to translate into a digital world of bits and bytes. Operating system or a basic input output system (BIOS) is the primary application that has been assigned to this task. BIOS is a self loaded program that traditionally is a self powered micro system where its task is to locate and test settings (drivers) and help any overall application to allocate the device resources and execute them when needed.
This may be connectivity with the outside world through wired or wireless connection using energy from batteries or more passive tasks like being activated on demand by turning radio waves into energy for a single burst transmission. Either way, a form for BIOS is needed for the microprocessor to keep going with his tasks and perform communication.
Synx BIOS in a Hive collective network follows Morphic Architecture Design (MAD) principles and is a kind of an extension to any BIOS that may exist. Synx does not require any library installation or changes to existing microsystems. The only requirement for any network resource to connect to the HIVE network and be allocated by SYNX is an encrypted token from SynxPass. This token can be passively transmitted through any communication channels or pre-programmed into the device resource before being identified by a Synx BIOS instance.
Synx is a man-in-the-middle multilevel BIOS and operates differently in different stack layers. This means that if a passive (or active) device is able to transmit data into the network, then Synx will intercept the transmission and verify the token. Based on who owns the token the networking access level is determined, and based on the linking paths and other resources in the network the data will be transferred to the right morph instance. From a single device the person who owns the device may access its sensor data that has been captured, while the manufacturer of the device may get notification on access configuration and even perform an OTA (over the air) updates on the device independently.
Synx BIOS has been developed to follow the MAD practise and can be used for any online network resources as well as any IoT resources and connect them with the past, present and future morphic services, regardless of communication protocols, data structures or ownership at that moment in time. Synx BIOS is the world first operating system for Internet of Everything.