Launching small satellites with big storage capacities using the highest levels of security. Sensitive information is securely stored ‘off-planet’.

In 2014, companies and individuals spent $14.5B on cloud storage. By 2019, it will be $56B. However, cloud storage that uses the Internet in any way has significant problems:
  • Internet: Hackers use a variety of techniques to gain access to your computer, passwords and cloud storage.
  • Jurisdictional: A government or entity could force the exposure of your information.
  • Physical Access: A person or cloud employee could physical access your data or servers.
Small satellites give our system COST and SECURITY advantages. We don't incur the expenses Earth-based computing and storage must pay like real estate, electricity, cooling, staff, and security. Second, we eliminate the use of the Internet directly connecting a mobile device to our satellites. Jurisdictionally, no government controls space. Lastly, no one can physically access our storage satellites.
You securely access your data in our satellites from an Internet enabled mobile device. However, no data is ever stored on any server or device on earth. It is all stored ‘off-planet’.   The next version of ConnectX will be a direct link from a mobile device to our satellites eliminating the use of the Internet.
ConnectX is deploying the FIRST secure distributed satellite database system. Our unique IP and architecture allows for high reliability, availability, security and accessibility anywhere in the world. Our system eliminates the use of the Internet.
Lance Parker

Lance Parker

  • CEO / Founder
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Lance is a former pilot who studied at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. He, then, earned an economics degree at George Mason University. He has owned and operated various non-technology and technology companies. One company was sold and another won the CTIA Technology Award. In the beginning of his career, he sold million dollar enterprise software applications with large services implementations. Lance also has experience in business intelligence, data warehousing and unstructured data analysis. Lance has multiple patents in mobile, security, communications and satellite systems. Because Lance invented this concept and a unique way to secure information in satellites, Vint Cerf, the inventor of the Internet, selected him to be on the industry panel for the interplanetary network at NASA.

John Wiss

John Wiss

  • CTO of Satellite Architecture & Comm
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John has 20 years of experience in communications and networking design and implementation. He invented the first mesh-networked satellite and aircraft based communication systems for defense and commercial customers. He is the inventor and program leader for developing a system that allows direct user-user connectivity in a moving dynamic environment. He has over a dozen patents filed and 8 granted relating to all aspects of communications, signal processing, and large systems with an emphasis on first-of-a-kind products that have revolutionized several industries over many disciplines.

Dr. Solomon W. Golomb

Dr. Solomon W. Golomb

  • Mathematician
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Dr. Golomb worked with Andrew Viterbi on shift registry sequencing, the technology that became CDMA in cell phones at Qualcomm. Dr. Golomb has worked extensively with NASA in communications and received the U.S. National Medal of Science for 2011 from President Obama at a White House ceremony. He has been a director of more than ten high-technology startups, with four having successful initial public offerings, and six being acquired on very favorable terms by multi-million dollar corporations and originally invented the game that became Tetris.

Sam Ofa

Sam Ofa

  • Sr. Software Developer and Database Architect
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Sam has successfully designed and implemented cost-saving database solutions across a variety of industries, including investment banking, communications and real estate development. Sam is an expert in security, cloud computing and designing systems to scale to very large datasets with lots of users. He has served as senior architect, CTO, senior software developer, senior DB architect/administrator, senior business intelligence engineer and infrastructure manager.

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