[CES 2019] QUUBE is a point-to-point platform for data delivery


ThinkSmart has announced their ​QUUBE​ platform, which is a point-to-point data delivery infrastructure that is secure, permissioned, and fully distributed. The point-to-point QUUBE network eliminates buffering and the need for uploading/downloading to and from a central server while also protecting users’ data from cyber threats. The QUUBE point-to-point platform was demonstrated through the company’s QuuChat instant messaging app and Smart Wireless Power solution at CES 2019.

The initial deployment of the QUUBE platform will launch in the form of QuuChat, an instant messaging app that will be available for download on iOS and Android devices later this year. QuuChat provides secure, point-to-point communication between users’ mobile devices by providing mutual authentication and authorization of the data exchange and eliminating the need to store any data on the cloud.

In order to accelerate the build out of the QUUBE platform, ThinkSmart has also developed modules that IoT device providers and manufacturers can integrate into their own products. With the ThinkSmart module, IoT devices serve as QUUBE network nodes, can communicate device-to-device within a home and can be powered wirelessly via ThinkSmart’s Smart Wireless Power solution.

This unique wireless power solution uses magnetic resonance technology to transmit up to 65 watts of power over a 30 cm distance. As such, the Smart Wireless Power solution is ideal for powering devices through walls, giving IoT device-makers the opportunity to design their devices to fit anywhere in a home, regardless of proximity to a power outlet.

“The number of internet-connected devices worldwide is expected to reach 50 billion by 2020, meaning the need to implement an efficient, secure and convenient solution to streamline internet-connected devices is imminent. Our Smart Wireless Power solution can wirelessly power multiple IoT devices at a time, automatically controlling the power output to each device and providing a thermally efficient smart powering method – without the wires. We’re excited to demonstrate the power of the QUUBE platform at CES 2019 through both QuuChat and our Smart Wireless Power Solution.”

Richard Houng, Chief Quu of ThinkSmart

ThinkSmart demoed the QUUBE technology to us at CES 2019 and it seemed to function but the team does admit the system does need more work. Hopefully they’ll get something good out of this. Check out their website for more information.

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Last Updated on February 3, 2021.


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