Breaking : Machine Unique Identifier with Matrix Routing for next gen Internet Addresses

Breaking : Machine Unique Identifier with Matrix Routing for next gen Internet Addresses

I have already cracked the code, using the key generator of a private key to generate a 1028 bit code for the Machine Unique Identifier, which can be upgraded to 2048 bit when the Internet Addresses are used up, to combine with a Matrix Address system of X, Y, Z which corresponds to the longtitude, latitude and depth of the GPS, which can be linked to a .com for the US, .cn for China etc, to support 100 billion Internet Addresses with no problem, and there is no patent registered for this invention, just give me credit and if you want to share your profits it is fine with me, or it will be available freely. What you need to do is to embed it in the firmware of devices that cannot be erased. Matrix Routing technology will then use GPS to identify the location of the device, and very fast algorithms will find the best paths, so routing tables will be available always online on every single devices, and updated always, in case there is a break, store and forward will be utilised. Therefore if you understand the principles, you need fibre optics connection for fixed PC, where it is also possible to have manual  addresses, but you need to bump up the bandwidth for devices like smartphones thru TD-SCDMA with Extended WiFi to support high thruput, for dynamic addressing.

– Contributed by Oogle. 

Author: Gilbert Tan TS

IT expert with more than 20 years experience in Apple, Andriod and Windows PC. Interests include hardware and software, Internet and multimedia. An experienced Real Estate agent, Insurance agent, and a Futures trader.

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