Mission Statement

World View 4Ds’ purpose is to be the premier designer, builder, distributor, servicer and licensor of simplified and generalized internal connectivity in information systems while standardizing minimum infrastructure in optical signal routing.

Attaining the goal of massively parallel optically integrated interconnection will achieve the fastest possible communications for anything from mundane applications to multiple server farms, real-time holographic projections, quantum computing, Artificial General Intelligence (AGI), on-satellite weather, and AI/VR processing. This logic can lead to few other conclusions but this or related architectures.

Optical Interconnection

Supports photon-based, as well as electron-based, information processing.
Progress on the examination of optical interconnection’s relations with existing artificial intelligence,(AI) high-performance computing(HPC), neural, quantum and optical computing architectures and attributes, including by reference, internet protocol compatibility, software controllable interconnection, speed-of-light Input/Output for massively parallel processing with a standard physical interface for easy maintenance & upgrade using mirror-based, line-of-sight cache-coherent  scalable bandwidth non-homogeneous wireless networks. (No current business relationships implied)
General references for computational interconnection needs satisfaction:

Optical Interconnection Data Structures

Orthogonal; Synchronous; Minimal Distance Average; Best Space-Filling Average

Integrated Operations at Optical Speeds and Bandwidths.

Two Discrete Regions of Communication

Information processing system using optically encoded signals

An information processing system having an ellipsoid reflector, an optical signal processor, and a receiver. The ellipsoid reflector has an internal light-reflecting surface and first and second focal points. The optical signal processor includes a transmitter for transmitting a plurality of optically encoded signals along various distinct paths, where a portion of each path coincides with a line that passes through the first focal point. Where there signals travel along a path emanating from the first focal point, they are reflected by the ellipsoid reflector towards the second focal point. The receiver, which is at least partially located at the second focal point of the ellipsoid, collects those reflected signals for further processing. In a preferred embodiment the receiver includes a parabolic reflector with an external light-reflecting surface. Its focal point coincides with the second focal point of the ellipsoid reflector and its axis coincides with the major axis of the ellipsoid reflector. The system allows connectorless routing of optical signals from one part of an information processing system to another.

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