Following is a show-case of several technologies we have developed for our clients in the past that are aimed to illustrate our competence and the originality of our approach. All of the described intellectual property is either in the public domain or are patent pending. Please contact us for mode details regarding the right and ownership status of these technologies and with regards to prospective licensing arrangements.
An microcontroller is embedded in every Photovoltaic panel, measures its performance and transmits the acquired data using high-frequency modulation over the same wires that conduct the electrical energy generated by the same panels.
This novel approach to storing data on a magnetic medium combines the benefits of quadrature modulation in telecommunications and a novel orthogonal recording head design to pack several bits of digital information in a single magnetic residual mark "domain".
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When data (such as video) is available on multiple redundant servers that are diversely located on the Internet or in a corporate network, it is paramount to quickly and efficiently chose the server that is the closest to the requesting client, and thus have the information traverse the shortest network path, resulting in optimal economics and user experience. To date most mechanisms are sever-based, where a customized DNS server will probe the client location, calculate its closest server and modify its reply so that the nearest server's IP address is returned first in the list. If however that server is not responsive or the DNS server location data does not match reality, the client may have to wait longer.
Our solution is to have the client retrieve the addresses of all available servers and connect all of them concurrently. The first server to respond is without a doubt the closest to the client at the instance of the request.
This solution also supports IPv6 and dual stack migration methodology, and can be used to quickly update a web application to support the next generation Internet.
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One of the most exploitted weaknesses in CCTV is the easy to find central recording system, and increasingly perpetrators chose to attack the system by removing the recording media, thus eliminating any incrimonating evodence that can be used during an investigation or prosecution, and effectively incapacitating the system from recording the remainder progress of the incident.
Present dominant approach to counter this, is to transmit recorded video off-site to a remote location. The cost of the telecommunications budget will significantly increase OpEx, while not improving security very much - the communications link becomes the new weak link that can be exploitted, severing the communications to your site in praparation to the attack.
Our patent pending solution involves massive distribution and replication scheme that takes advantage of modern solid-state storage commodity components and abundant bandwith of LANs, to distribute the security video footage widely over the protected site.
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