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Explanation Of The Cloverleaf

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THE "CLOVERLEAF\' 5-5 DODECAHEDRAL GEOMETRIC STRUCTURE IS BACKED BY NATURAL LAW ..IT\'S NECESSARY, TIMELESS, SCALABLE,CERTAIN AND THEREFORE, DEDUCTIVE.

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Explanation Of The Cloverleaf

  1. 1. A Short Explanation of the CloverleafA more advantageous architecture for business processes is required:Telecommunications: End-user traffic today consists of multiple networks based onmultiple technologies, e.g., Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), CableTelevision (CATV). This dilemma also extends to the structure of all present networksand their underlying technologies (i.e., IP). Each of these networks, in turn, consists ofdisparate computing nodes. A more successful utilization of these networks requires aplatform offering more programmability into the core of those networks but that wouldrequire a cloverleaf like infrastructure.The case-in-point: Although the telephone network (PSTN) could be called the world’s“first” distributed computing network —telephone switching systems do not have aspecific purpose (architecture) for programming; thus many different applications aregoing on inside their systems at one time (i.e., ATM, Frame Relay, Legacy as-well-as IP).As a result, their markets are dominated by many networks whose applications areactually decomposed into smaller components with no logical interface to access themvariably and/or on-demand. On-the-other-hand, if a method to address variousdifferences with and between these networks (AND THEIR COMPONENTS) existed;this would be evolutionary in cost to performance ratios because architecturally speaking;bits are graffiti till you tell them what to do; whereas semantic access to useful andvariable applications requires different bits (asymmetrical). So then, logically, better bitswould be far more useful than, just-say, more bits (synchronous) ―at least for an agilefocused end-user. [See: Problem, Overlay, Cloverleaf]Understanding the potential opportunitySee: USPTO #5,577,042 We have a patented method for an applications programminginterface (API) that would provide a better control plane for multiple radio frequencies,including the Digital (TV) spectrum, as-well-as nascent high-bred telecommunications(Telco, SAT, Wireless & DTV). [See: About Us] In the process we have also identifiedour present technical advantage by utilizing an architecture that allows end users to builddynamic virtual (P2P) paths (analogous to a highway cloverleaf) that will operate overthe publicly switched telephone networks (PSTN) —as-well-as existing satellite (SAT)and wireless backhaul networks.What this means is that the problem of “pulling” existing overlay roadways (networks)together can now be put into proper working order by simply “pushing” each operating(network) system onto an Information SuperHighway. In effect: MBC’s cloverleafmethod would leverage all old (operating systems) networks together in-order-tomaximize their combined “pull.” Just by retooling existing installed base into a “whole”network greater than the sum of their “parts.”Copyright ©2010 McGraw Broadcast Communications

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