Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 08, 2012
The Revelation Network and Lord Communications Earth, LLC (LCE) recently signed a Letter of Intent concerning The Revelation Network’s acquisition of LCE’s Blackbox: Series 0001, global communications device, and LCE’s manufacturing, delivery, maintenance and technical support of the LCE Blackbox hardware.
The Revelation Network intends to add the LCE Blackbox: Series 0001 as part of the global communications package and solution for churches and ministries to simplify the integration of technology into ministerial service. The global communications device will carry events and messages to millions of people with computers and hand held devices using the latest in digital information technologies providing instant access to programs and information.
LCE’s Blackbox was developed by inner-city born, disabled veteran Dennis Matthews. The military started a program titled “Joint Tactical Radio System” and spent decades and $5.6 billion researching and attempting to develop a unified secure communications device. The program was eventually abandoned. Matthews seeing the need for such a device worked on his own with no government funding. After years of development and testing, LCE’s Blackbox now has a working prototype and is ready to begin production.
The LCE Blackbox: Series 0001 will be used as the hardware solution to network churches, ministries and academia worldwide. The Revelation Network plans on reserving the initial 20,000 LCE Blackbox Units.
The Revelation Network makes it possible for all churches, regardless of size, to benefit from the opportunities provided through utilizing the Internet and technology. Church services, bible studies, education and special events can be delivered successfully to more people when technology and social networking become an integral part of operations. The network’s solutions have been packaged to deliver the hardware and software essential for churches to communicate, exchange, and broadcast anywhere in the world to multiple hardware devices.