Our triple-layered system architecture consists of three network layers facilitating a mobile network — one in which it is the network infrastructure that moves while transporting data. Both the access and protonic layers are literally being transported by vehicles and people as the network operates.
This is radically different from cellphone networks operated by carriers. These networks work around stationary masts, towers and switching systems at fixed locations). In such a configuration the end-users are in motion through cell phones, tablets, laptops, etc. while the network stays still.
The Access Network Layer
An alternative ramp for accessing the Internet which avoids TCP/IP to hit speeds of 20 Gigabits per second. This is more than 5,000 times faster than 4G, and a breathtaking 1,000 times faster than the average US consumer Internet service.
The Protonic Switching Layer
Our network will be a completely dedicated, personal, wireless, and mobile. It will work significantly faster than any currently operating mainstream hard-wired Internet Service in the United States.
The Nucleus Switching Layer
We have designed a next-generation telecommunications infrastructure. An paradigm busting architecture destined to create new media properties, applications and advanced new patented technology.
We currently have a patent with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for terabit-speed wireless broadband and extremely high speed switching technologies which gives the company a competitive edge in the production of technologies which will shunt the data of the future around the Internet.
Each access device will have 4 x 10 Gbps extremely high data capacity ports, revolutionizing the delivery of several emergent technologies:
- Broadband 4K, 8K UHD TV
- Online movies
- Distribution of studio quality TV
- Multi-media APPS
- Kinetic broadband APPS
- Broadband Virtual Reality
- High quality, highly secure mission critical corporate information
Attobahn will forever change the mode of internet access as the new form of service that will spawn new applications, which in turn will drive further evolution
of the internet itself.