Hawk Network refers to the technical infrastructure of the world's leading distributed intelligent Internet of Things, which integrates edge computing, big data and blockchain technology. It aims to provide enterprises with lower access costs and a more efficient and trusted Internet of Things. Taking intelligent hardware as its base, artificial intelligence as its core, big data technology as foundation, and blockchain distributed ledger to balance its ecosystem and production factors, Hawk Network intends to ultimately achieve the goal of enabling global Internet of Things. The Hawk Network project was incubated by Canada's UB.GROUP and Klaytn, a blockchain platform owned by Kakao Korea. UB.GROUP is a large-scale Internet of Things, and a smart travel multinational company with 30 million users, and operates in dozens of cities around the world. UB.GROUP has strong R&D capabilities in intelligent hardware, Internet of Things, and blockchain. Kakao is a Korean social giant with 50 million users. Kalytn is Kakao's blockchain platform, which includes the world's best blockchain technology and business team. UB.GROUP and Kakao are very optimistic about the development of the next generation of Internet of Things, especially the combination of edge computing technology, 5G technology and blockchain technology. They believe that the next generation will bring the global Internet of Things to a new different level.