New Innovative Network Communications Technologies from DIT
Researchers from DIT's Communications Network Research Institute (CNRI) have developed a suite of innovative technologies designed to significantly improve Quality of Service on both wireless and wired networks, enhancing internet user experience and network operator profitability.
OPTIN: Optimised Data Transfer for Improved Network User Experience
Optimises data transfer on both wireless and wired networks. It maximises the level of data transfer and minimises delays in a network to ensure a seamless internet user experience. FIND OUT MORE
Auto-Chan: Automatic Channel Selection for Wi-Fi Networks
Automated channel selection technology for WLAN that ensures Internet user Quality of Service on busy Wi-Fi networks. FIND OUT MORE
SatMon: Saturation Monitoring in Wi-Fi networks
Passively monitors for node saturation in Wi-Fi networks, enabling network operators to manage and respond to Internet user demands more efficiently and effectively. FIND OUT MORE
MeshScan: Seamless Wi-Fi Handoff
Enables seamless network handoff of mobile internet as a user moves location, ensuring uninterrupted service. It also removes the mobile operator burden of wireless network scanning. FIND OUT MORE
Each of these new technologies has been developed to a proof-of-concept stage and DIT Hothouse is now seeking a partner within the Network Communications industry to help bring these exciting innovations to market. Each technology offers an excellent value proposition and can provide a significant competitive advantage for your business. DIT Hothouse offers excellent commercial terms on all technologies developed through DIT research.
Intellectual Property Protection
Separate patents have been filed for OPTIN, Auto-Chan and SatMon to ensure that the novelty and intellectual property (IP) associated with each technology is protected. MeshScan IP is DIT confidential know-how.
Further Information and Demonstration
- If you would like to learn more about any of these innovative technologies, view a live demonstration or discuss licensing opportunities, please contact Paul Maguire, Hothouse Licensing Executive on +353 1 402 7002 or email firstname.lastname@example.org