Founded in 2013 by Nicolas Dupont, Cyborg Inc. (Cyborg Industries) is a rapidly growing telecommunications research and development firm. While projects range from cryptography to compression, the main focus of research is on improved data transfer technologies, including Stealth Wireless, the fastest wireless network to date. To learn more, follow us on Twitter and check the website for updated and additional information on our projects!
Our society as a whole is centered around the collection and transfer of information. From social media and video streaming to teleconferencing and work, we all rely on the succesful transmission of our data. As we grow in the digital age, our demand for such data handling capabilities increases while the infrastructure grows saturated. Naturally, this is cause for concern as today’s data infrastructure will soon be unable to handle the world’s traffic.
Introducing Stealth Wireless, Cyborg Inc.’s wireless telecom project. Through advancements in frequency allocation and encoding parralelism, this tech allows for an exponential increase in speed, with theoretical throughput limits in excess of 24.8 exabits/sec, and field-proven rates of 12 terabits/sec. In other words, Stealth Wireless can effectively transfer 200 HD movies or the entire Library of Congress in well under a single second.
Stealth Wireless achieves its high throughput by increasing spectral efficiency (and some minimal increases in SNR). At its core, a subset of frequencies are assimilated into channels in order to decrease total repetition, and increase overall efficiency. The frequencies are also allocated and arranged in a proprietary manner which increases spectral efficiency and decreases emission latency.
Stealth Wireless brings promise to the sprawling demand for data access worldwide. From its prodigious bandwidth to its massive scalability, Stealth Wireless may prove to be a major player in the next era of the digital age. Our approach will allow for growth in urban infrastructure as well as the development of a novel infrastructure in rural areas, which is the next step towards a connected world.