The Benefits of a Consumer RTOS

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We now live in a world where user’s commands that one device do multiple "tricks".  For instance, users now expect to be able to work on their personal computer, of which allows them to utilize their personal computers as a telephone device, so at any given time a user may be talking on their computer phone all the while scrolling video playlists, and even using the wireless camera on their computer to stream an event to you-tube while playing audio in the background. However, sooner or later, those devices will exceed the amount of storage and bandwidth available on a desktop computer or on any computing device. Especially, with the advent of Live Video Broadcasting and OTT (over the top tv), which has grown to a multi-billion dollar industry in just a few short years. Live Video and Real-Time Streaming of that video not only commands many different types of data transformations but commands a larger storage facility to store a ”user’s” data in the process.  If you look at the landscape of live streaming video and multimedia from a future perspective, you would most likely see a panorama of visually rich user experiences, including an array of large content that user’s command access to at anytime and anywhere. This almost infinite access requires complicated tools as well as faster networks, such as  5G networks to meet these user’s demands.

So, how do we handle this new landscape and paradigm from a technology standpoint? And how do we develop multimedia solutions with power and cost efficiency without having to continuously build more and more data centers to accommodate this new interconnected paradigm shift in computing?  I believe that The MVP Connection has found a successful solution in its new Outta the Cloud product and license offerings that will help companies and their user base to seamlessly meet the ever increasing user demands, while having even a broader and richer application base, including better multitasking features,  more reliable content management features, while a user’s content and local storage remain on their own computing device where they manage and own their content; all with a low total cost of ownership to an Enterprise, Organization, and Government.  The solution is called "Outta the Cloud" and was branded as a patented architecture under The MVP Connection, LLC that is developing the product.  Outta the Cloud embeds its own kernel and RTOS that allows it to host applications that execute from the middle layer of the OSI, a networking standard.  However, all multimedia, data, and video remain on the users local personal computing device where it accessible only at the user’s discretion. How? It does so by allowing its own operating system kernel to sit below the application stack that can orchestrate live video, multimedia content, user data, and live broadcast services in a highly deterministic and reliable way while allowing its networking stack and services to be accessed across a broad spectrum of devices. The key also lies in its backend master client that plays multiple roles as follows: a command and control center, and integrated development environment whereby functional profile templates allow quicker time to market.  The template instantiation for a particular profile user allows reusable application functionality.

With that said, its ultimate beauty lies in its core architecture that is also orchestrated by its RTOS in that it allows an Enterprise, Organization, and Government to offer to its internal clients a collage of real time live broadcast applications, a social networking site, a backend processing center, a data communication hub for facilitating and sharing collective intelligence across external domains, and its one of kind service oriented architecture. Since the user’s data remains local to his or her personal computing device, the Outta The Cloud architecture was designed to consume a user’s data or multimedia data.  However, only if he/she chooses to make their own content public.  In other words, the architecture was designed to put the content back into the hands of its owner's and/or creators.  Additionally, Outta the Cloud and its RTOS kernel acts as a hidden supercomputer that is clustered across its internal private network so that it orchestrates on-demand its own load balancing and failover solution and are  built-in features of the system.  What is the purpose of having such a solution built in? Just as in a data-center, if one computer in the network and its CPU and/or computing resources become taxed to the max, its job and load will transparently be offloaded to another computing disk in its community and private network transparently so there is no single point of failure and the computational tasks continues to complete its task without the user having to worry about restarting the task due to low bandwidth to free up its resources.  

Outta the Cloud is 97.7% secure and that benchmark is due to it’s RTOS. How does that happen? The RTOS ensures the separation of its kernel from all other resources that may be executing simultaneously. This separation allows it to be more secure than a normal desktop operating system as it doesn’t allow unnecessary or unrecognized resources to invade its protected memory spaces. And, Outta The Cloud adds an added layer of security since its video and other services execute as container based services via a virtual appliance. 

Due to the very nature of the many functions of Outta the Cloud, in part made possible by its embedded RTOS, we expect to see other enterprise, organizations, and governments growing in the same direction as The MVP Connection and to avoid computational and live video latency that occurs in the cloud while securing the data that lies local to one’s own computing device. We are proud to be at the forefront of this cutting edge technologies that has been around for many years, and is not only reliable but is proven.  Due to the very nature of old technologies finding new usages, Outta the Cloud has the agility, and global ability to capture, store, retrieve, and distribute vast amounts of information across the global landscape that was considered impossible just a few short years ago.  Thus,  enterprises, organizations, and governments will no longer have to push the limits of their existing technologic infrastructures nor forge an unnecessary divided division between human capitalists and technology with the technologies deployed by The MVP Connection, LLC and its Outta the Cloud new product offering.  And, with its low cost of total ownership,its built in DRM (Digital Rights Management), user’s will no longer have to worry about where their personal content is located, how it is being used, nor managed. 

Outta the Cloud was built from the ground up to meet the perfection in the reliability that its architecture provides.

Article written by: Shara Susannah Vincent, Owner of The MVP Connection, LLC and its Outta the Cloud Product (as a hybrid to the cloud).  United States Patent No's: 8, 706,836 and 9, 201, 671.  If you are interested in learning more about Outta the Cloud Product and How it Can Benefit Your Enterprise, Organization or your Governmental Agency, please feel free to email Shara at  The patent is currently being licensed as a mutually non-exclusive intellectual property in key regions across the United States.  Please contact us if you are interested in purchasing a license. The benefits of purchasing a license is a very low total cost of ownership, where you own and build your own distribution of the license. The license is a one time fee or for the license and will remain in effect for thirteen years or the remaining life of the patent that issued on December 1, 2015 as Patent 9,201,671 or Patent #8,706,836 that issued on April 22, 2014.

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