UniStac Personal DataCenter™: a system
that literally puts it all together.
UniStac Personal DataCenter™ was
conceived by NextBend's founder, Tom Orr, at a time when the only
discrete digital consumer electronics products available were game
the 1980s Orr envisioned a system of digital products capable of working
with and eventually replacing traditional home entertainment components
and personal computers in the home. At that time there were significant
challenges to be overcome. For instance, things like home networking
and high speed interconnections like 1394b and USB had yet to be developed.
In addition, the cost of processing, memory and storage was prohibitively
calculated that many if not all of these challenges would be significantly
reduced if not entirely eliminated by the year 2000. He began work
on the patents in 1996 and because of this early start was able to
obtain broad patent protection for the concept.
company's founder/president, Tom Orr, holds the rights to three issued
US Patents protecting an
means (follow links to view patents),
Trademarks, research and development and example prototypes.
Provide a platform for and a clear path to the future of
digital media and products for the connected home and SMB space -
the UniStac Personal DataCenter™. In order
to create a large installed base, we will license to and work with
leading companies with established brands to build the initial products
designed to be delivered through the broadband service provider (BSP)
channel. Once established, additional products will be sold into the
installed UniStac Personal DataCenter™ base
through both the BSP and retail channels. Our patent portfolio will
provide significant barriers to entry in the UniStac Personal
DataCenter™ space and thereby protect the margins of