Nebuli Technical Details

More on Nebuli Compression

Nebuli uses a special type of abstract math to auto-vectorize information into a compressed holographic representation. While the compression technique alone rivals ZIP and 7lib, it has an added benefit that the Nebu files can be combined with our layer two API for direct computation on the compressed files. This patented technology standardizes data for later AI analysis -- significantly reduces overall compute cost, power, and need for hardware.


Any data type is automatically compressed into a holographic math state and stored as a Nebu file type. This technique uses significantly less memory then the original data format. In most cases, Nebuli outperforms ZIP and 7lib. When the data is decompressed, a reconstruction process is called on the Nebu file converting it back to the original file type with all the original data.

Nebuli is verifiably lossless compression. This means the contents of your reconstructed data is exactly as it was before you compressed it.

Nebui file types use two forms of security. First, the compression layer randomly scrambles the data into an abstract string. Then, a second layer of RSA further encrypts the file to ensure added protection.

Anyone who is storing data and wants to store more of it securely. The most benefited users are those processing lots and lots of data and wants to do so without constantly adding more hardware and increasing power (see 'Why').

Since information is compressed in our special Nebu form, our AI API can be used to directly process the compressed data. Since you're computing on compressed data... you end up computing all of the info with less bits used to represent that info. The expected result is massive power and memory consumption decrease.

Please contact us for custom tailored versions of Nebuli. Our fine-tuned Nebuli Pro versions are built to handle your specific data storing and processing needs.