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January 04, 2011

Peep Wireless Technology to Showcase PeepApp iPhone Software at CES


Delaware-based Peep Wireless Technology will showcase its PeepApp iPhone (News - Alert) software at the Consumer Electronics Show 2011 in Las Vegas.


The software app is capable of converting every phone into a client/server viral transmitter/receiver. These “seed phones” can capture every device with Bluetooth, WiFi (News - Alert) or other spectrum points, including game boxes, pads, cafés, Bluetooth cars, PCs, Internet TVs and so on.

This will enable the Peep Mesh to grow widely across the globe in a repercussive peer-to-peer manner. The app will also be released on other phone platforms in the future, said company sources.

With this software, consumers may not ever pay a phone bill again, and all their e-mail, Internet and media access would be free. This will control a new type of Internet or mobile network. Also an embedded social network structure pays them to use the system and transact with the app, said company sources in a release.

Network owners will be able to save a lot on time and money besides being able to double their capacity overnight. It creates instant, low-cost, femtocell, picocell and dead-zone fill-in solutions. The entire solution is software-based, and Peep is planning to announce a keyfob item soon that will quadruple the range, scope and power of the PeepApp.

Peep technology enables mobile devices to connect instantly to every other unit by WiFi, Bluetooth, optical, GSM, CDMA or walkie-talkie channels that the PeepApp is constantly scanning. There is no need for a cell tower, base station or Internet server. Phone (News - Alert) calls, media sharing, texts, movies, media and data sharing can be free between all mobile devices.

Also all mobile units act as nodes transporting data traffic between all the other mobile devices in clusters. Phone calls move from one device to the next in different duplicate segments. The fastest segment of the duplicates will be used until the call reaches its destination, and the unused duplicate segments are discarded.

This viral mesh network growth can span a vast area with no need for external infrastructure. The patent-issued AES protected data reduces network logjam by its data-spraying technique, explained company sources.

The company’s proprietary technology offers the ability to interact with any phone anywhere in the world for free. Peep devices make voice and data calls by scanning and using the entire free spectrum enabling few users to cover an entire city.


Shamila Janakiraman is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Shamila’s articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Tammy Wolf





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