The Quantum Group, Inc. (QGP) is pleased to report that in the last month of 2016 it has added yet another success in the Company’s path towards helping redefine healthcare, with the issuance of its 13th patent.
This 13th patent was permanently recorded on December 27, 2016, as United States Patent #9,532,295. The patent, originally filed on August 23, 2013, bears the title “Predictive path communication protocol across a network of transiently connected mobile devices”.
One of the great benefits of PWeR is that it can collect and assemble all of an individual’s medical information from any point on the planet, and then store that data centrally, securely in one place, or online. Similarly, PWeR can then use the Internet to project it to any point on earth, on demand, as required, and in a secure manner. PWeR is capable of this, but in some places, communication of such large amounts of data is impractical and/or expensive. Predictive Path Protocol is a communication technique designed to resolve that limitation, inexpensively, at any remote point.
A good example of advanced civilization transported to a remote point is the cruise ship. Internet connection on a cruise can be very expensive, as the connection is currently over earth satellite, or dedicated fixed position drone aircraft at high altitudes. Predictive Path Protocol sends packets, or portions of a message, through various multiple paths to be eventually assembled at a single final destination.
Scott Wolf, CEO and Director of Research of Grace Century comments, “A few days ago we were informed that at very complex communication patent has been issued to patent to Quantum as a contributor to a new way for both medical as well as other communications can move across many systems or platforms, over land, air, space and sea. We are not even sure how wide the ramification of this idea are, as we were not sure we would get it. To make it simple, imagine a cellular system that effectively moves data not just from cell tower to cell tower, but also use any other communication mode to send the information in a packet format. Thought the best or only path that could include the noted cell tower, satellite, ship, airplane, even ocean base buoys.”
“We expect this to be a great year for Quantum on patents, and remain excited by the fact that we are in the process of monetising one of our IP in the MediXall ™ Incubator”, Wolf concluded.