Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 3
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IPSCIO Record ID: 2996
The Technology License shall be limited to the Market, and shall be non-exclusive against all others only as to the use, distribution and sale of Licensed Products in the Market.
Licensor allows dial-up Internet users to achieve browsing speeds as fast as DSL from a single dial-up line for a fraction of the cost of DSL. This Virtual Broadband(TM) solution enhances the speed of browsing activities, including web surfing, web-based email and web-based file transfer.
This platform, includes everything required to connect to the Internet, such as router, firewall, content control, usage accounting, email server and many more features in a single plug-and-play solution – all optimized for speed.
Licensee is engaged in the marketing of Internet services to the customers of the Incumbent Local Exchange Carrier companies and Internet Service Provider companies that Licensee owns.
IPSCIO Record ID: 132167
Licensee uses the OverVoice technology to simultaneously transmit voice and data over a single traditional copper telephone line at speeds of up to 175 times those of 56.6k dial-up modems.
Licensee offers cost-effective, broadband Internet access and content solutions to hotels and multi-family properties utilizing our tier-one, nationwide Internet network and several proprietary technologies.
IPSCIO Record ID: 29278
The term â€œSubject Technologyâ€ shall also include pending U.S. Patent Applications, if any, together with all applications for patent or like protection on said invention and all patents or like protection that may in the future be granted on said invention whether in the United States of America or any other country and all substitutions for and divisions, continuations, continuations in part, renewals.
Screen Mediaâ€™s Free Pad is a Linux-based â€œCommunications Convergentâ€ thin client device. It allows workers or customers to surf the web, do e-mail, watch TV and movies, listen to MP3â€™s and internet radio, talk on the phone, pay bills, as well as a host of other potential vertical applications from their home, classroom, office, factory or hanger-wirelessly across both Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) and cellular networks.
The Free Pad uses any 802.11x wireless- or GSM cellular network, and provides access anywhere for a wide range of user applications. The LINUX based embedded software platform is stable in operation with modern and flexible design features supporting multiple applications with expansion options.
o Fast wireless communication
o Internet Browsing
o Video and audio streaming
o Telephony & Messaging
o Remote server connection
o Touch sensitive screen
o On-screen keyboard
o Simple and uniform user interface
o Watch TV and movies on a wireless screen – anywhere in range of transmitter
o Use the Pad as a worldwide telephone via a Voice over Internet (VoIP) service provider
o Connect the Pad to your home PC to share and view files.
o Connect to your home PC desktop and use any program on your home
computer from the Pad.
o Get connected with your friends and family through the chat client or IM/instant messenger service.
o Send and receive E-mail.
o Store and administer bookmarks to your favorite applications.
o Control your home appliances via remote control.
o Listen to MP3 files and Internet radio.
o Connect external USB devices, such as keyboard, mouse, memory stick and camera flash cards.
o Stream media files through the media player.