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Above: Key patented concepts, left to right: two-radio, channel management, P3M mobility, and Disruption-Tolerance

Seeking Competent IP Portfolio Licensing Agent

Post 2014, we shifted our emphasis to providing IP licensing for OEMs and their system integrators. More
-  Non Recurring Engineering (NRE) expenses are negotiated directly with OEM's System Integrator.
-  System Integrator Is given access to Meshdynamics test beds to aid OEM in making informed decisions.
-  Domain specific IP, developed as extensions to Mesh Suite,. is owned by OEM licensees.

Licensees include current and future network equipment vendors, selling their versions of  Modular MeshTM  
Other potential licensees include members of Industrial Internet Consortium, see: IIC-Reston-Presentation

Meshdynamics IP Licensing options are:

1. IP License:  No source code -  OpenWRT code base is not needed by OEM or their system integrator.   . 
2. MeshSuiteTM : Source code: OpenWRT based wireless routers and app framework  IP license is mandatory. . 
 

Meshdynamics has committed an initial $1.0 M, towards portfolio protection and long term licensing strategy.

Please schedule a meeting with Francis daCosta, Thank you for your time. .



Overview of Technology Portfolio (see also Technology and Patents)

"Leaky" pipes are endemic to all forms of wireless communication. Performance degrades with distance. The pipe "insulation" is affected by RF interference and involuntary bandwidth sharing. Yet, this pipe is expected to provide equivalent wired performance. This is especially true of real time streams essential to scalable Industrial Internet

Seminal work in Oct 2002 depicted how "hop" and "toll" costs - at each node - changes network tree topology to meet diverse application needs. Fig 18  is an exemplary embodiment with a two-radio backhaul to create separate BSS. Separate channels segment the collision domain in the RF Space, improving multi-hop performance.

Further improvements for real time sensitive messaging is taught in Managing latency and jitter (2005). Self Forming VOIP (2009) and Mobile and temporal networks  (2010) address mobility extensions.  Collaborative scheduling  (2012) reduces "collision" in real time. Chirp Networks (2012) and Terse Messaging (2014)  focus on time sensitive messaging for industrial mesh networks.

Evolutionary networks (2018) extends P3M for rapid tree topology reversals. Unpublished work includes military level security, re-configurable mesh nodes for disruption tolerance and single radio limitations first described as "Ugly Truths" in 2004.  More


Blog Links  Collaborations Welcomed  Rethinking Tree Topologies  Self Classification With Chirps  Smarter Simulations