MMOD + IoT + T-Mobile = The Future

What is IoT? 

IoT , Connecting vast network of physical devices, systems, and services, intelligently capturing data, and seamlessly exchanging data to vital insight without human-human or human-computer interaction.

Market trend :

By 2020, market for connect devices will grow to 20 or 30 billion units.

By 2025, IoT impact on the global economy could reach $6.2 trillion.

(Source : McKinsey Global Institute)

The Compact Disc is long gone from the spectrum of selling content. The internet is shrinking into corporate dominated platforms where content is governed by advertisers and consumers are subjected to lease content via SVOD, TVOD, and or AVOD monetization models that these companies use.

Imagine being able to sell and or buy physical copies of your favorite content from publishers and creators that you support. The obvious problem streaming brings to independent creators and publishers comes in the form of gripes with payment and over saturation. Sure, the emergence of streaming helped reduced the pirating of content but in the end both the consumers and creators miss out on having tangibility to their content.

Streaming and leasing media has taken precedence over buying storage media and owning it. MMOD™️ will take a new approach utilizing (micro SD) flash media memory cards developed for digital rights management and copyright protection; bringing security in distributing physical copies of content again, along with, embedded IoT firmware for data collection of content usage similar to algorithms of the current status quo such as Spotify, Netflix, etc but without the need of the internet.

This creates a more user centric network rather than the pro rata (proportional) network where companies that use subscription based models just pool all the revenue from the subscriptions to pay out all the creators on the platform. Some companies like YouTube offer partner programs for shared advertising revenue but in the end; creators, publishers, and consumers alike suffer.

Now more than ever, the durability and reliability of storage media for applications in industry, telecommunications, automotive, or medical technology rely on smart firmware features.

Our MMOD™️ cards are equipped for content providers to lock content with our DRM protocol that's on the card itself. Consumers then have the freedom to play the card's content on a variety of supported devices; without corruption, deletion, or piracy of the media files.

Many applications require embedded systems with data and communication protection built in. The availability of modules in the shape of our MMOD™️ cards gives applications and users an easy option.

I’m addition to new systems designed with secure IoT built in, existing devices already in use can be secured using our security memory. Data will be recorded, stored and securely transmitted between many different points. MMOD™️ cards are assigned a unique identity to applications and systems, giving each card a counterfeit-proof ID. In this way, our networked systems can be protected from misuse, ‘identity theft’, and piracy.

For extra security measures, data access can be deliberately restricted, boot media secured, or licenses and intellectual property protected. Smart cards, integrated onto MMOD cards, provide our systems with non-cloneable identities. This transforms these identities into uniquely identifiable M2M communication participants; that can authenticate themselves and send and receive cryptographically heavily secured data.

Our primary use case for IoT is; 

The IoT gets its name from the Internet, but – strictly speaking – it does not need the Internet. Instead, think IoT as things that make use of the same technology as the Internet does. The IoT is valuable even without the Internet.

From T-Mobile’s nationwide narrowband (NB-IoT), LTE-M, LTE to America’s largest, fastest and, now according to umlaut, most reliable 5G network, they have the network technologies with IoT connectivity in 170+ countries and destinations.

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