Rim Semiconductor Company (OTCBB: RSMI), a company that develops technology for telecommunications service providers, filed a non-provisional patent application on its innovative RQAM[tm] technology. Rim Semi’s Cupria[tm] transport processor is based on this RQAM technology, and is able to drive data traffic at more than 40 megabits per second (Mpbs) 5,500 feet (1.67km) on 26AWG (0.40mm) telephone wire. Existing technologies are able to drive data 15 mbps at this distance on this wire type. Telephone companies, municipalities, and businesses can use Cupria[tm] for services like IPTV, Ethernet and monitoring.
The patent, entitled “Amplitude Modulation Decoder,” was filed as a non-provisional patent with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. It was also filed under the Patent Cooperation Treaty, which most of the world’s industrialized countries are a part of. Thus, Rim Semi’s intellectual property rights are protected across a wide geography.
Rim Semiconductor Company owns, co-owns or exclusively licenses technology from seventeen issued patents and eleven patent applications in the United States. All of these patents and patent applications generally pertain to methodologies to modify data and transmit it more efficiently on metallic media like copper wire. RQAM[tm] can be combined with many of them to produce superior semiconductor performance.
About Rim Semiconductor Company
Rim Semiconductor Company (OTCBB: RSMI) develops technology for telecommunications companies to deliver demanding new video and data services with lower network costs. The company’s products allow data to be transmitted at greater speed and across extended distances over existing copper wire — all with the highest quality of service — for a better end-user experience.