Base Of the Bridge Technology|
web site: www.baseofthebridge.com
Base of the Bridge Technology "BBT" was incorporated in Sept 1998. The Corporation changed its name to Base of the Bridge Technology with the acquisition of Western Canada based Systemhac Corp in 2006.
We are the developer of the next generation optical signal module for NAND or NOR Flash Memory technology, as well as advanced (Biotech) lab-on-disk technology compatible with CD and DVD playing devices which are currently available on the market today.
Base of the Bridge Technology developed the iDisc - as a "third way" alternative to Sony's Blu-ray as well as to combat traditional CD/DVD piracy of music, DVD, gaming and software. iDisc - is analogous to Apple Computer Inc.'s popular iTunes with iPod, but with digital convergence for video game downloads.
iDisc - is a hi-density optical storage and retrieval device. It is a CD sized polycarbonate plastic disk, integrated with Nanotechnology in a form factor and utility similar to that of Sony?s Blu-ray and Toshiba?s HDDVD but with a very noticeable difference; it has far greater capabilities due to its embedded System-on-Chip Legacy Interface design; essentially an onboard operating system not requiring a battery.
iDisc - puts control & distribution of digital content back where it belongs; in the hands of the studios, labels & game designers!
Base of the Bridge Technology offers eight enlightened products to three different markets:
The most advanced commodity the company offers is the iDisc - multi media optical technology currently under global patent pending.
The primary market opportunity for this device is:
i. Music Industry: loses approximately $4.2 billion to piracy worldwide
ii. Movie Industry: loses in excess of $3 billion annually
iii. Video Game & Software Industry: loses in excess of $3 billion annually
iv. Homeland Security: CD System based security in government related data
v. HIPPA: Secure Medical Record Keeping & Data Storage
vi. General Consumer: Secure High Density Data Storage and High Definition CD Media
vii. Military: Secure Encrypted High Density Data Storage
Studios, Labels, Software and Game designers, collectively lose in excess of $11 billion annually; they have traditionally been the target for digital content piracy and are facing increasing challenges to improve their intellectual property protection infrastructure and operating efficiencies.
These challenges include protecting their digital assets from illegal media duplicators and unauthorized file sharing when they put their content on conventional CD/DVD media.
With the compression of margins, brought on by the increased spread of internet related file sharing, the Studios, Labels and Game designers are forced to look for new mediums that can protect their intellectual property and provide greater data storage capacity to deliver higher quality of products including High Definition.
We believe the costs associated with the Studios, Labels, Software and Game designers industry continuing sales, marketing and the distribution of the traditional CD / DVD based platform will continue to get greater over time versus the costs associated with newer compatible embedded hybrid CD based technology.
Base of the Bridge Technology also believes that Studios, Labels & Game designers, are needing a more integrated, open, flexible, customer-centric and efficient information protection technology solutions that:
1. Combines high performance, scalability, reliability, and security, with the advantages associated with relational and highly normalized technology based on industry standards (which means data is easily accessible with current CD / DVD equipment)
2. Delivers new online customer relationship management based products and services to customers quickly and efficiently
3. Integrates easily with other applications used in the enterprise without expensive middleware
4. Provides quick and effective access to customers that have purchased their CD / DVD based multi media content in a secure environment with an emphasis on greater data storage and retrieval in order to offer better, more customized services, monitor trends and performance, and cross-sell services and products
Information technology systems such as our iDisc ? technology, which is based on System-on-Chip Legacy Interface design; essentially an onboard operating system not requiring a battery, can be open or closed, and can have an industry-standard operating environment all supported by our multi core relational data mining technology, NgDB.