It is easy to forget that many businesses and agencies in the United States do not have any
exposure to "Advanced Networks".
The Country has a network infrastructure similar to that of Japan in the 1930s compared to
modern networking in the late 20th Century (1900-2000).
While the rest of the world has moved ahead, civil unrest in the United States left most of
its public education and labor force in a situation that has no exposure to industrial or
scientific computing, or predicated upon major U.S. corporations like Microsoft and Google
to believe their end-use of foreign development as modern or relevant to employment roles.
Monopolies like those, and supporters of such monopolies, would have you believe that the
guidance committees and former government agencies have authority over end-user equipment
or private point-to-point telecommunication services like a foreign sovereign government
or dictatorship like People's Republic of China (PRC).
Some would even argue that the "Right to Repair" suspends the ability to deviate from the
approved use of telecommunications hardware and computers connected to the networks and
equipment made by pioneering firms like Sun Microsystems, Cisco Systems, and IBM.
This conflict, between open standards and end-user private property, extends to suggest that
labor unions and specific companies may license the use of their equipment to persons who
are brand advocates of their monopoly and inferior members of the scientific community.
Creating a "commission" and "license" process that is wholly Unconstitutional under Oklahoma
State Law and United States Jurisdiction, to sell "access" to lucrative administrative roles
and positions in less-sophisticated companies.
Advanced Networks are open standards products built by genuine engineers to combat this illegal
activity. An Advanced Network incorporates Unix-like instructions and documentation, without
hidden features or back-door access or license tools to cripple or restrict the use of tools
to persons held to be in favor of the authority that issued the original software. Advanced
Networks are designed to survive the collapse of such issuer, and operate independent of other
obligations, payments, and reporting - to facilitate independent long life stability over 10
years of continuous operation with minimal optional support products provided at no cost.
Raccoon Technologies Incorporated provides "Advanced Network" technology, in addition to lesser
platforms from monopoly based vendors Microsoft and Apple Inc. support, for extensibility of
standardized systems and sustained industrial activity for research and applied simulation.
If a platform is reliant on a vendor to operate, and that vendor falls under new management or
changes its terms, the platform is disabled or incurs cost. Advanced Networks are built by
engineers aware of this impact over 25 years in sustained network service roles, and employed
by firms who do not want to grant access or rely on approval of a 3rd party vendor for their
research and infrastructure. Military applications are a key example of Advanced Networks, and
national security independent from foreign undocumented influence over multinational vendors a
critical component in Advanced Network design.
Advanced Networks may not rely on graphical User Interfaces or other common software libraries,
and are usually command-line driven application environments for other front-end and client
applications which serve as stand-alone products, similar to previous client-server solutions
for early 1970s computing environments. Data model independence from proprietary architecture
is a key element of this interoperability, and cross-platform solution design.
While business and consumer products are exposed to Business Class and Consumer Class packaged
products, targeting usability over security and quality; Advanced Network products focus on
basic technologies and license models that afford universal adoption of general network fabric
and supporting application carriers, augmented by proprietary data middleware to query, present,
and interchange in an interactive application those services and clients like modules for a
standardized operating system across multiple physical computers. Advanced Networks, like the
MSE product, are therefore designed to operate when cloud nodes fail and to instantiate new
nodes across a physical infrastructure dynamically, without restarting or requiring adaptation
across all stateful connections, similar to less sophisticated Content Delivery Networks (CND)
used for media distribution and load balancing by the prior generation of the Internet.
Advanced Networks do have proprietary elements, tools, and products; which are protected by
trade secret in implementation across providers. Portability of applications is therefore
limited by design and reliance on the tool set of the provider, from completely open to a
specific carrier and its services. Companies are not obligated to share these methods or
tools, as they represent internal products and services essential to their business and are
protected by copyright. Demands that such products be disclosed or methods explained, is a
criminal act and evidence of a criminal effort by competitors to gain or reverse engineer the
systems of a n Advanced Network product host.
Consumers should not confuse these networking products with retail or metro-class proprietary
equipment, and efforts to suggest such claims are illegal activity in a false prospectus.
Consumer equipment, made for five-year operational life and price points below Advanced Networks,
do not perform the same functions or services as adaptive Advanced Network nodes.
Prosumer and Metro-class equipment, such as Cisco Systems high speed routers and security appliances,
also employ proprietary licensed software which is not found in consumer equipment.
Licensing fees for both classes of equipment quickly exceed home and small office, small business,
and rural use cases. Advanced Networks are generally reserved for purpose-built scientific computing.
Examples of purpose build-scientific computing include the "MSE" space virtualization and user tracking
systems for representation of players in a very large environment, on scale with other stellar navigation
and tracking systems used by aerospace and satellite tracking systems.
Basic business transaction processing, receipts, payroll, and other simple records are not included
in Advanced Networks. Any linear spreadsheet or formula-driven data model application is likewise
a basic Relational Database Management application issue, and falls into Consumer and Business class
computing. These areas of computing are vital to operating the old economic system, but do not have
a strong place in the identity-based-economy or other advanced computer applications.