Connect with us

affilate software business

Tech

GBT Files International Patent Protection for 3D Microchip Technology OTC Markets:GTCH

Published

on


SANTA MONICA, Calif., Sept. 11, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — GBT Technologies Inc. (OTC PINK: GTCH) (“GBT” or the “Company”), a company specializing in the development of Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) enabled networking and tracking technologies, including its GopherInsight™ global mesh network technology platform for both mobile and fixed solutions, today announced that GBT Technologies, S.A., a Costa Rican company (“GBT CR”), has completed its written design of the deep nanometer range 3D microchip patent, clearing the way for GBT to file for international protection (PCT) for the patent.

As a continuation of protecting the Company’s licensed intellectual properties (see release from May 17, 2019 – https://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/GTCH/news/Gopher-Protocol-Files-for-International-Patent-Protection?id=228732 ), GBT has filed for international protection under The Patent Cooperation Treaty (“PCT”) for its deep nanometer range 3D microchip patent. The application has been assigned serial number PCT/US19/50266 and the international filing date is September 10, 2019.

This microchip is targeted for GBT’s planned future chipset and derivative integrated circuits. The technology is based on a new concept for a microchip’s die structure and orientation and is specifically designed for deep nanometer range. It is designed to work with Digital, Analog and Mixed technologies to achieve much higher performance and die yield. The new IC (Integrated Circuit) architecture will enable larger chip structures within smaller areas, and lower power consumption.

GBT is planning to use this type of technology for AI/machine learning ICs with the goal to work within GBT’s own IoT/Mobile and database systems. The design will also support GBT’s private, secured communications protocol gNET™, enabling real-time database handling and management between GBT’s devices. The ICs are being targeted to work also within GBT’s Avant! AI. 

PCT is an international patent law treaty that provides a unified procedure for filing patent applications to protect invention in each of its contracted members. A patent application filed under the PCT is called an international application, or PCT application.

“We believe that the technology underlying this patent will enable significant advancements in the field. The patent seeks protects a new architectural approach within the integrated circuits arena including advanced fin field effect transistor (FinFet) technology. The new microchip structure defines new wafer-fab manufacturing disciplines for ICs processes, which we believe goes further than the current theoretical, practical and economic limits. Using this new concept, designers, including fabless design houses, will be able to achieve feature-size reductions, higher yield, higher performance and significantly lower power consumption. In addition, the new design seeks to address complex manufacturability issues in order to achieve better ROI for mass production. Our patent covers three-dimensional, multi-planetary ICs integration, creating a new standard in this domain,” provided Douglas Davis, GBT’s Chief Executive Officer.

Dr. Rittman, the Company’s Chief Technology Officer, added: “The IC industry has reached its limits for microchip manufacturing mode and needs a breakthrough. The physical, electrical and manufacturing barriers are crucially limiting. We believe we offer a new vision that will exceed current IC physical limits and in turn potentially enable more advanced possibilities for smart application ICs. It would be our goal to focus this planned technology in the areas of displays, micro solar power, power harvesting, memories, micro processing and more.”

About GBT Technologies Inc.

GBT Technologies Inc. (OTC PINK: GTCH) (“GBT”) (https://goph.io) is a development-stage company which considers itself a native IoT creator, developing Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) enabled mobile technology platforms.  GBT has a portfolio of Intellectual Property that, when commercialized, will include smart microchips, mobile and security applications and protocols, and supporting cloud software.  GBT’s system envisions the creation of a global mesh network.  The core of the system will be its advanced microchip technology that can be installed in any mobile or fixed device worldwide. GBT envisions this system as a low-cost, secure, private mesh network between any enabled devices, providing shared processing, advanced mobile database management/sharing and enhanced mobile features as an alternative to traditional carrier services.

https://www.avant-ai.net

About GBT TECHNOLOGIES, S.A.

GBT Technologies, S.A., a private Costa Rican corporation (GBT – http://gbttechnologies.com/) is a development-stage company in the business of the strategic management of BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) digital communications processing for enterprises and startups; distributed ledger technology development, AI development and fintech software development and applications. 

https://aggregator.genesisexchange.io/ (Beta Version)

Forward-Looking Statements

Certain statements contained in this press release may constitute “forward-looking statements”.  Forward-looking statements provide current expectations of future events based on certain assumptions and include any statement that does not directly relate to any historical or current fact. Actual results may differ materially from those indicated by such forward-looking statements as a result of various important factors as disclosed in our filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission located at their website (http://www.sec.gov).  In addition to these factors, actual future performance, outcomes, and results may differ materially because of more general factors including (without limitation) general industry and market conditions and growth rates, economic conditions, governmental and public policy changes, the Company’s ability to raise capital on acceptable terms, if at all, the Company’s successful development of its products and the integration into its existing products and the commercial acceptance of the Company’s products.  The forward-looking statements included in this press release represent the Company’s views as of the date of this press release and these views could change.  However, while the Company may elect to update these forward-looking statements at some point in the future, the Company specifically disclaims any obligation to do so.  These forward-looking statements should not be relied upon as representing the Company’s views as of any date subsequent to the date of the press release.

Contact :
Douglas Davis,  CEO
GBT Technologies Inc.
Media: press@gopherprotocol.com 

Continue Reading
Partners
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Tech

Climate change could kill all of Earth’s coral reefs by 2100, scientists warn

Published

on

By


About 70-90% of all existing coral reefs are expected to disappear in the next 20 years due to warming oceans, acidic water and pollution, said scientists from the University of Hawaii Manoa, who presented their findings Monday at an ocean sciences conference.

“By 2100, it’s looking quite grim,” said Renee Setter, one of the University of Hawaii Manoa researchers, in a press release.

Some environmental activists and coral reef researchers have been working on coral restoration — growing live corals in a lab, then placing them back into marine environments to try and revive dying reefs. But this may not be enough to save Earth’s reefs, the researchers warned.

The new study mapped areas of the ocean that would be best suited to this type of coral restoration, taking into consideration factors like acidity, water temperature, human population density and fishing frequency.

After examining the world’s oceans, they reached a somber conclusion: “By 2100, few to zero suitable coral habitats will remain.”

Most parts of the ocean where coral reefs live today won’t be suitable by 2045 — and the health and condition of these environments are only likely to get worse by 2100, according to the team’s simulations.

“Honestly, most sites are out,” Setter said in the press release. There may only be a few viable sites for coral reef restoration by 2100, like portions of Baja California and the Red Sea — but even these aren’t ideal reef habitats because they’re close to rivers.

The researchers warned that climate change was the big killer — human pollution, while a problem, is only a small part of the larger threat.

“Trying to clean up the beaches is great and trying to combat pollution is fantastic. We need to continue those efforts,” Setter said in the release. “But at the end of the day, fighting climate change is really what we need to be advocating for in order to protect corals and avoid compounded stressors.”

Coral reef die-off

Scientists have been warning for years that the world’s reefs are heading for “massive death” and a “planetary catastrophe,” as ocean warming and acidification kill off entire swaths of reefs.
The 1,500 mile-long (2,300 kilometer) Great Barrier Reef is the best-known example — it has endured multiple large scale “bleaching” events caused by above average water temperatures in the last two decades.

Then, back-to-back marine heat waves in 2016 and 2017 killed about half of the corals on the Great Barrier Reef, along with many others around the world.

Dramatic coral bleaching in the Great Barrier Reef in March 2016.

One of the natural wonders of the world, the Great Barrier Reef is roughly the length of Italy — and provides a habitat for a diverse range of marine life. Up to a third of all marine species everywhere depend on the coral reefs, meaning a reef extinction could cause ecological collapse, experts warn.

And these devastating effects will ripple out into human societies — almost a billion people worldwide rely on reefs as a source of food protein, according to Mark Eakin, coordinator for the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Coral Reef Watch. Coral reefs also protect shorelines and infrastructure — meaning their death could threaten the safety and sustainability of coastal societies.

Climate crisis pushing Earth to a 'global tipping point,' researchers say
In recent years, activists have been scrambling to find ways to save the reefs; environmental entrepreneurs have opened coral farms, which scales up and speeds up restoration efforts.
Other scientists have also tried to use underwater loudspeakers to replicate the sounds of healthy reefs, in an attempt to entice fish back to dead reefs to help them recover.
These attempts have been met with some success — and potentially buys the world’s reefs a little more time — but all of the scientists and entrepreneurs involved have warned it’s not enough to save them all. Almost nothing will be, they say — unless we take drastic action on climate change.



Source

Continue Reading

Tech

Climate change could kill all of Earth’s coral reefs by 2100, scientists warn

Published

on

By


About 70-90% of all existing coral reefs are expected to disappear in the next 20 years due to warming oceans, acidic water and pollution, said scientists from the University of Hawaii Manoa, who presented their findings Monday at an ocean sciences conference.

“By 2100, it’s looking quite grim,” said Renee Setter, one of the University of Hawaii Manoa researchers, in a press release.

Some environmental activists and coral reef researchers have been working on coral restoration — growing live corals in a lab, then placing them back into marine environments to try and revive dying reefs. But this may not be enough to save Earth’s reefs, the researchers warned.

The new study mapped areas of the ocean that would be best suited to this type of coral restoration, taking into consideration factors like acidity, water temperature, human population density and fishing frequency.

After examining the world’s oceans, they reached a somber conclusion: “By 2100, few to zero suitable coral habitats will remain.”

Most parts of the ocean where coral reefs live today won’t be suitable by 2045 — and the health and condition of these environments are only likely to get worse by 2100, according to the team’s simulations.

“Honestly, most sites are out,” Setter said in the press release. There may only be a few viable sites for coral reef restoration by 2100, like portions of Baja California and the Red Sea — but even these aren’t ideal reef habitats because they’re close to rivers.

The researchers warned that climate change was the big killer — human pollution, while a problem, is only a small part of the larger threat.

“Trying to clean up the beaches is great and trying to combat pollution is fantastic. We need to continue those efforts,” Setter said in the release. “But at the end of the day, fighting climate change is really what we need to be advocating for in order to protect corals and avoid compounded stressors.”

Coral reef die-off

Scientists have been warning for years that the world’s reefs are heading for “massive death” and a “planetary catastrophe,” as ocean warming and acidification kill off entire swaths of reefs.
The 1,500 mile-long (2,300 kilometer) Great Barrier Reef is the best-known example — it has endured multiple large scale “bleaching” events caused by above average water temperatures in the last two decades.

Then, back-to-back marine heat waves in 2016 and 2017 killed about half of the corals on the Great Barrier Reef, along with many others around the world.

Dramatic coral bleaching in the Great Barrier Reef in March 2016.

One of the natural wonders of the world, the Great Barrier Reef is roughly the length of Italy — and provides a habitat for a diverse range of marine life. Up to a third of all marine species everywhere depend on the coral reefs, meaning a reef extinction could cause ecological collapse, experts warn.

And these devastating effects will ripple out into human societies — almost a billion people worldwide rely on reefs as a source of food protein, according to Mark Eakin, coordinator for the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Coral Reef Watch. Coral reefs also protect shorelines and infrastructure — meaning their death could threaten the safety and sustainability of coastal societies.

Climate crisis pushing Earth to a 'global tipping point,' researchers say
In recent years, activists have been scrambling to find ways to save the reefs; environmental entrepreneurs have opened coral farms, which scales up and speeds up restoration efforts.
Other scientists have also tried to use underwater loudspeakers to replicate the sounds of healthy reefs, in an attempt to entice fish back to dead reefs to help them recover.
These attempts have been met with some success — and potentially buys the world’s reefs a little more time — but all of the scientists and entrepreneurs involved have warned it’s not enough to save them all. Almost nothing will be, they say — unless we take drastic action on climate change.



Source

Continue Reading

Tech

China launches four ‘technology experiment satellites’ – Spaceflight Now

Published

on

By


A Chinese Long March 2D rocket lifted off Wednesday with four technology experiment satellites, according to Chinese state media. Credit: Xinhua

A Chinese Long March 2D rocket carried four “technology experiment satellites” into orbit Wednesday from the Xichang space center in southwestern China, according to the country’s state-run media.

Few details about the satellites were disclosed by China’s government-owned media. The country’s Xinhua news agency said the satellites will be mainly used to test “new Earth-observation technology.”

The two-stage Long March 2D launcher lifted off from the Xichang space base in southwestern China’s Sichuan province at 2107 GMT (4:07 p.m. EST) Wednesday, according to Xinhua. The launch occurred at 5:07 a.m. Thursday Beijing time.

The four satellites — designated XJS C, D, E and F — separated from the Long March 2D rocket in their planned orbit, state media said. The satellites were expected to be deployed into low Earth orbit.

Two of the four satellites were developed by the Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology, a division of the government-owned China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp. The other two spacecraft were developed by the Harbin Institute of Technology and the DFH Satellite Co. Ltd., according to Xinhua.

The launch of the XJS satellites marked the first flight of a Long March 2D rocket from the Xichang space center. Xichang previously hosted flights of the Long March 2C rocket variant, along with launches of the Long March 3 family of rockets.

Past Long March 2D rocket missions have lifted off the Chinese spaceports at Jiuquan and Taiyuan.

Wednesday’s mission was the fourth Chinese orbital launch of 2020, and the 14th space launch to successfully reach orbit worldwide so far this year.

Email the author.

Follow Stephen Clark on Twitter: @StephenClark1.





Source

Continue Reading

Trending

//onemboaran.com/afu.php?zoneid=2954224
We use cookies to best represent our site. By continuing to use this site, you agree to the use of cookies.
Yes