Turtle One to Continue to List its Full Patent for HYPRdat
HYPRdat is the culmination of decades of researching methods to improve the clock speed of database queries and was developed by Rick VanVoorhis, a 40-year-old database-based software engineer.
FREMONT, CA: Turtle One confirmed that it would continue to list its full patent for HYPRdat on the Allied Protection Trust, a trusted member-driven cooperative that offers a stable forum, form, and risk reduction services for technology companies and patents. HYPRdat is an algorithm that reflects a radically new approach to database management, replacing the conventional B-Tree search architecture by mathematically computing data rather than rendering alphanumeric comparisons. HYPRdat has also shown reproducible, significantly improved access rates, beating existing B-Tree models in recorded third-party studies. A complete description of the HYPRdat patent is available for web access and review online.
"I've always known that HYPRdat would change everything we know about modern computing," said Rick VanVoorhis, Creator, HYPRdat. "The multiple patents on the process cover all of the steps needed to build it, and the actual method we use to look up the numeric information. All HYPRdat needs are interested parties who can develop the software for a mass market. This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime acquisition opportunity that will eventually go down in the computing history books, like the original purchase of DOS."
HYPRdat: Say Goodbye to Conventional B-Tree Searches
HYPRdat is the culmination of decades of researching methods to improve the clock speed of database queries and was developed by Rick VanVoorhis, a 40-year-old database-based software engineer. HYPRdat's mathematical calculations locate data, finding keys in an infinite database with too few accesses. Proof-of-concept confirms data-access times are 500 to 1000 percent faster via HYPRdat than any existing B-Tree device in operation. And HYPRdat can operate as a stand-alone database using its current software development kit, or B-Tree logic can be used as a database accelerator on all SQL systems.
HYPRdat replaces MySQL processing engines behind-the-scenes, enabling consumers to witness data recovery rates that are dramatically improved. The HYPRdat algorithm and access speed have been certified by an independent third party, and the HYPRdat algorithm patent protects the entire alphanumeric file conversion technology. Besides, HYPRdat has a similar pending Provisional patent incorporating the new access system and a second Provisional patent-pending a significant upgrade from the current DBMS.