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USA TERRITORIES ONLY

FTL (Faster Than Light) DCI (Data Center Interconnect) is a very quick lossless data
compression computer working with compressed video, data set, text, image, music, and any bit
patterns, or files that have already been compressed with the best compression programs possible.
FTLDCI will then compress that file 2^20 = 1,048,576 magnitude's further with no pattern
sensitivity, and return with lossless performance for both digital storage, and communication.

For every single 1 bit transmitted over fibre optics, or any physical transmission system
running at the speed of light, another 1,048,575 bits will also arrive at the same exact time creating
1,048,576 magnitude's of lossless compression at 99.999999046326 percent FTL.

FTLDCI is a Codex Grandeur software product that concentrates on digital data


communications, specifically for the Data Center Interconnect, both internal communications, and
Data Center to Data Center. CargoBit is a Codex Grandeur software product that concentrates on
digital data storage. Both FTLDCI and CargoBit are designed for exclusive application on HPE
hardware, and support with a minimum of proprietary hardware, and software called the Hatch
Secure Processor.

Existing hardware utilized for all data communication, and storage is not modified in any
way, shape, or form. There is an uncompressed overhead of hash, and meta data to support the
compressed file's. The data is NOT usable in compressed format. It will be 100 percent lossless
when FTLDCI, or CargoBit does return the file's to their original bit pattern.

The FTLDCI can secure the file to specific FTLDCI unit's within the customer ownership,
or simply secure the file to all FTLDCI unit's within the customer ownership. Simply re-run the file
through the FTLDCI to change file security.

The use of existing fibre optic links without modification in any way, shape, or form, will
be increased 1,048,576 magnitudes meaning current long haul 400Gbe Gigabit Ethernet links will
now be 419,430,400Gbe or 419.4304Pbe Petabit Ethernet Links.

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Any copies or intercept over internet transmission, or anywhere after compression, will not
provide access to the data, because it is a proprietary format, and 1,048,575 bits are missing for
every 1 bit stolen. The compressed files can only be regenerated with FTLDCI, and or CargoBit
unit's, that the customer authorizes. Many different FTLDCI, and or CargoBit units can be on site,
or anywhere else inside of United States of America territories's.

Once the files are compressed, they can exist anywhere on earth, however a return to the
original bit pattern can only occur on authorized unit's inside the United States of America
territories.

A minimum of one unit is required for CargoBit, and two unit's for FTLDCI. One at one end
of a long haul fibre optic link, and one at the other end of the long haul fibre optic link. Two or more
unit's can be used inside of a Data Center for array latticing.

Fiber Optics

400Gbe Ethernet long haul, and 800Gbe Ethernet < long haul, are the practical affordable
limits of Fiber Optics data communications at this time. Both 400Gb Ethernet, and 800Gb Ethernet
are very expensive, with submarine cables possibly slower, and more expensive. Many submarine
cables are going dark, because of decades of usage. FTLDCI will enable the surviving Fiber Optic
links to exceed full original cable capacity many, many times over in most cases, with no physical
change in the cable. It is required that FTLDCI units are installed at both ends.

A single 1Gbe Ethernet Fiber Optic link available to most people in large cities now, can
carry over 1,310 800Gb Ethernet Fiber Optic data when FTLDCI units are installed at both ends.
The same is true inside of a Data Center, allowing one single 1Gbe Ethernet Fiber Optic link to
carry 1,310 800Gb Ethernet Fiber Optic data when FTLDCI units are installed at both ends.

In the past, the serial data communications link was always the bottleneck, now with
FTLDCI the Fiber Optic link has so much data throughput, it is very difficult to supply, retrieve,
and distribute that volume of binary digits to and from the Data Center's. One single very expensive
800Gbe Ethernet link is close to 800 separate 1Gbe Ethernet link's.

FTLDCI at one end, one single common 1Gbe Ethernet link glass Fiber, and FTLDCI at the
other end is close to 1,048,576 separate 1Gbe glass Fiber Ethernet link's of data throughput. That
means that 1,048,576 1Gbe Ethernet links distributed to the Data Center and one end, and another
complete set of 1,048,576 1Gbe Ethernet links distributed to the Data Center at the other end. If you
replace all the 1Gbe Ethernet links at both ends with each one being very expensive multiple
800Gbe Ethernet links, it still requires over 1,310 800Gbe Ethernet links at both ends for a total of
2,620 800Gbe Ethernet links.

Of course not every single 1Gbe Ethernet link has to perform at maximum rated data
throughput capacity. A very low cost 1Gbe glass Fiber Ethernet link can replace one single 800Gbe
Ethernet link with greatly reduced computer interface cost. And many different low cost single
1Gbe glass Fiber Ethernet links can be distributed to many different locations in the Data Center.

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HPE
CargoBit is custom configured for each, and every customer site. HPE hardware, and
software is used for the Data Center overhead support system. Beginning with the HPE ProLiant
DL325 Gen10 Plus Server with AMD EPYC cores, a both physically small, and economically
small configuration that is directly compatible with all CargoBit, and FTLDCI systems is possible.
Custom hardware is installed inside of the Rack cabinet for the Hatch Secure Processor. The
cabinet is considered one station unit, and is physically bounded in 3D location by the sanctioned
Hatch Secure Processor, plus or minus a few hundred feet.

The HPE ProLiant DL385 Gen10 Plus Server is used, with two EPYC 64 cores, 8.0 TB
RDIMM, communication boards selected to be compatible with existing Data Center data links,
SSD drive array, M-DISC drive array as required, MSL3040 Tape Library with 3 Fibre Channel
LTO-8 Tape Drives, 8K status monitor, local UPS, and 42U Rack. Custom hardware is installed
inside of the Rack cabinet for the Hatch Secure Processor. The cabinet is considered one station
unit, and is physically bounded in 3D location by the sanctioned Hatch Secure Processor, plus or
minus a few hundred feet.

Multiple optional HPE Apollo 2000 Gen10 Plus Systems are configured, and added when
needed for near real-time performance, Data Center interfacing, large scale SSD drive array's with
CargoBit 2^20 compression, RAM Disk array's are CargoBit 2^20 compressed that reduce write
wear on SSD drive's, with custom customer requirement's. Custom hardware is installed inside of
the Rack cabinets for the Hatch Secure Processor. The cabinets are considered one station unit, and
are physically bounded in 3D location by the sanctioned Hatch Secure Processor, plus or minus a
few hundred feet.

Most hardware / software configurations can function as a CargoBit, or FTLDCI depending


on specific hardware, and specific site licensing requirements. Performance is directly linked to
RAM, Disk, I/O throughput, and AMD EPYC core availability.

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Hatch Secure Processor
The Hatch Secure Processor, called so because it is similar to a submarine hatch that is
secured for water tight integrity, the Hatch Secure Processor can not be reverse engineered after site
secured first initiation run.

The Hatch Secure Processor is where the compression system resides, and physically
secure's the computer to United States of America territory only. The Hatch Secure Processor is
currently located inside all of the CargoBit racks used. Also the electrical cabinet racks provide a
hardened location system that does not allow movement of any kind after installation, plus or minus
a considerable amount, to allow for natural events. The offset can be reset after a possible natural
event. If the black boxes are stolen, or tampered with in any way, shape, or form, the programs will
cease to exist. The existing HPE hardware is not modified in any way other than programming.

Motion sensors are included with an alarm providing plenty of warning to the customer,
and trigger sensitivity can be adjusted for normal access, maintenance, and different environments,
including mobile. The motion sensors will only allow a specified distance from original position.

A non-published dynamic changing instruction set, combined with a non-published


dynamic changing computer architecture makes it possible to mass produce the trade secret that is
CargoBit. The physical hardware is available for reverse engineering, however the number of bits
per word, and bit position is always changing from 8 to 800+, with scheduled sequence instruction
disorder. Always changing, and never pattern sensitive to applied data, the Hatch Secure Processor
is also designed to be evasive.

CargoBit is only installed in the United States of America territories. United States of
America customer's only. Compressed files can always be sent anywhere, however they can only be
regenerated with the use of a CargoBit physically located in the United States of America
territories.

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Codex Grandeur LLC
James Lee McDaniel
Actual

www.codexgrandeur.com
mcdaniel@codexgrandeur.com

www.ftldci.com
mcdaniel@ftldci.com

www.cargobit.com
mcdaniel@cargobit.com

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