Ubiquity's innovative Sprocket platform is more than just software. It is a tool for the digital lifestyle that acts as an overlay to existing operating systems, and provides seamless access to and transition between a user's suite of applications. The Company has brought together a group of experienced software developers to create cutting-edge interactive software solutions with intuitive user interface and design. Ubiquity's Sprocket enables simultaneous access to a wide range of
"Enabling each of these best-of-breed brands is an essential next step as we approach the launch of our Sprocket platform," stated
"Upon its launch, Sprocket will be the first user experience product of its kind that is enabled across TV, tablet, and mobile devices. Through partnerships and relationships that will be disclosed later in the year, Ubiquity will be able to demonstrate not only the most advanced user experience but also a next generation methodology of Artificial Intelligence. Ubiquity maintains an extensive portfolio of patents, specifically designed around the Sprocket platform. These patents will eventually be integrated into the platform, and will preserve the unique functionality and user experience that only Sprocket can offer. At Ubiquity we are focused on protecting our intellectual and creative property so that we are positioned to grow aggressively in this market, and drive value for our shareholders," concluded
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