ASX-listed data compression provider MatrixView has been awarded a third Singapore patent based on its core technology.
Recently the company announced that it had been awarded two patents in Singapore for the Repetition and Correlation Coding (RCC) technology that is the basis for Adaptive Binary Optimisation (ABO). Since this time the company has also been granted one of the patents in New Zealand.
This technology is based on the fundamental concept of classification and transformation of data founded on repetitions and correlations.
For full details on this story check out CRN 226 out on stands 6th August 2007.
MatrixView’s new patent from Singapore
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