Palitron works in the area of Internet infrastructure. Our specialty is highly distributed networks for storage and delivery of heavy content like video or dynamic content like contextual advertising.
The banner at the bottom demonstrates three of our projects:
- ads are delivered via People's Direct Advertising Network PDAN.info;
- movies are delivered via People's Content Delivery Network PCDN.info;
- advertised is movie portal Russian Movie Club in USA RusAct.com (former RussArt.com).
We employ only top grade professionals. An average engineer would have a PhD in CS or Math and 15+ years of experience with all platforms and languages. That's a CTO level at most companies.
How do we manage to get such talent? Simple: we do not hire them, we co-opt them as partners.
When we need workforce for a routine job, we delegate to someone we find on the Web.
If you match the level and have a commercially viable idea that can be implemented on our distributed network, talk to us and join the team. You can keep your 9 to 5 job as many of us do - we are absolutely not interested in hours you put in.
Our organization is different from a regular Silicon Valley startup. We do not carry the burden of staff, office, or junior developers. We do not waste time in meetings - many of our partners have never met.
We do not have project teams and burden of knowledge propagation: project is implemented by a single partner, who asks others for specific help in their area of expertise.
All that makes us extremely efficient and allows to beat any competitor's prices.
Our development cycles are unbelievably short; for example, time to market of PCDN was under 3 months.