Introducing Stealth, the first content-agnostic encoding algorithm. Stealth offers significant compression ratios through advancements in contextual transcoding and parallelism, yielding theoretical information ratios much greater than today’s solutions.
Stealth brings promise to the sprawling demand for data access worldwide. From its prodigious bandwidth to its massive scalability, Stealth is shaping the next era of communications. Our approach allows for growth in urban infrastructure as well as the development of a novel infrastructure in rural areas, starting at the core of all networks: the datacenter.
Our Other Projects
Spectrocable Fiber Optics
Project Spectrocable is Cyborg Inc.'s fiber optic offering. By employing Stealth's contextual allocation and encoding parallelism technologies, it proves to be a promising successor to current-gen fiber optic systems. Spectrocable is still in early stages, and more details will be posted as its development ensues.
Stealth Wireless Wireless Networking
- Category: Wireless Networking
Introducing Stealth Wireless, the wireless implementation of Cyborg's flagship technology. Using novel frequency allocation and Stealth's contextual encoding, Stealth Wireless can achieve bandwidths unattainable by conventional wireless systems. Stealth Wireless is still in early stages, and more details will be posted as its development ensues.
Compression is a key part of today's computing needs. Not only does is save space, but it also increases efficiency. Project Shadow is Cyborg Inc.'s advancement in the field of compression, and holds much potential as a future standard. It works through a system of complex spacing and permutation-based algorithms in order to achieve high compression ratios. Shadow is still in early stages, and more details will be posted as its development ensues.
Project Vault, Cyborg Inc.'s encryption system, functions by utilizing physical identifiers to ensure a greater level of security. When compared to key-exchange encryption algorithms, Vault achieves greater reliability and increased complexity. Vault is still in early stages, and more details will be posted as its development ensues.