ConnectX Unveils Mission to Deliver World’s First Space-Based Supercomputing Platform

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ConnectX, the Space-based supercomputing company, today unveiled its bold mission to unlock the value and insight of all Big Data by creating the first Space-based supercomputing platform.

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Distributed cloud computing was not designed for the exponential growth in Big Data. It needs a new platform. - Founder and CEO, Lance Parker.

ConnectX is the result of a collaboration of experts in aeronautics, mathematics, physics, engineering, security and business. Addressing the various limitations of terrestrial computing, ConnectX aims to replace the current cloud computing, storage and network infrastructure being used for Big Data with a Space-based supercomputing platform. With a completely new data structure, ConnectX will send, receive, store and process massive amounts of Big Data at a much lower cost to companies and governments.

ConnectX will create this next-generation Big Data computing and communication platform using powerful but miniature satellites that leverage the environment in space: extreme cold, no resistance, and zero gravity. The system further replaces binary code with a new symbol structure for optimized transmission, storage, processing and delivery of analyzed data.

“Distributed cloud computing was not designed for the exponential growth in Big Data. It needs a new platform.” offered Founder and CEO, Lance Parker. “To achieve this, we have to rethink network, storage and computing systems to tap into this enormous opportunity.”

Addressing a $30 billion Big Data industry, ConnectX will be making further product, service and corporate announcements in the coming months.

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ConnectX is the first Space-based supercomputing company designed specifically to unlock the value of all Big Data. Founded in 2011 and based in Los Angeles. Please visit for more information.

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