The Healthy Canadian Cook-Off – New TV Series launches December 10 – Meet the Contestants

Who’s going to win the Healthy Canadian Cook-Off?

The ingredient sponsors provided the contestants with truly ‘Canadian’ ingredients sources and produced locally.

Creator of the new show, Tammy-Lynn McNabb

3 Contestants compete for the title of The Healthiest Canadian Chef in the inaugural taping of The Healthy Canadian Cook-Off TV show and competition.

Cooking with rich, delicious ingredients is easy. Cooking delicious dishes using healthy ingredients to make the dish taste rich….well that's just talent!”

— Tammy-Lynn McNabb

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA, December 6, 2018 / — 3 Contestants compete for the title of The Healthiest Canadian Chef in the inaugural taping of The Healthy Canadian Cook-Off. A firefighter, yoga instructor and fashion designer jump into the kitchen to show their knife skills and knowledge of healthy ingredients and cooking. Host Tammy-Lynn McNabb of Health Wellness & Lifestyle TV works with three celebrity judges to determine who the winner of this exciting (and delicious) competition will be.

Meet the Contestants – Cecile Benac is a fashion designer, mother, grandmother and avid amateur cook. Benac and her husband came to Canada 30 years ago, leaving behind their native Peru for a safer future for their children. With roots in Peru and France, Cecile relies on skills she learned from her mother and mother-in-law to create comfort food using Canadian ingredients.

Zoe Green is a yoga and pilates instructor with a flair for adventure. This always on the go, self-employed instructor has clients all over western Canada who look for guidance in both their physical and mental wellness. Ranked as one of Vancouver’s Top 10 Yoga Teachers in 2017, students have described Zoe as “that instructor that cuts through the noise; a leader of the body, and also a leader of the mind and soul.

Ralph Ogilvie believes that age is only a state of mind and proves it in many things that he does. Deciding at the age of 40 to follow his dream to be a firefighter, Ogilvie joined the ranks of serving his community as a full-time firefighter with one of Maple Ridge, British Columbia's detachments. Like being a firefighter doesn't keep him busy enough, Ogilvie also runs a mid-size landscaping company that serves developments in his area.

So who's going to win Season 1 of The Healthy Canadian Cook-Off? Watch the teaser interviews here to find out more about each contestant and learn more about this exciting opportunity from the show's creator, Tammy-Lynn McNabb.

Platinum Sponsor: The launch of season 1 of The Healthy Canadian Cook-Off was made possible by Platinum Sponsor, Alligga Flax Oil and the show's Canadian Ingredient Sponsors: BC Ambrosia Apples –, The Canadian Birch Company, Jewels Under The Kilt, Splendor Garden, Rogers Foods, Nourish Vancouver, Pomme Natural Markets, Firma Energywear, Blackwood Apparel, Chef Laura

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Brandon Carlisle Has Released His Latest Novel

In a time before Aids when San Francisco was becoming a beacon of hope for the gay community two people with diverse backgrounds take a chance to find love.

BURBANK, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, December 6, 2018 / — Brandon Carlisle is the author of five novels, primarily falling within the gay romance genre. His latest novel opens in San Francisco in 1974 during the blossoming of the gay community in the city. San Francisco has always been a welcoming place for alternative thought and lifestyles, from Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg in the fifties, to the Hippie movement in the sixties. When the seventies arrived, it was the gay movement that took wing. Bars were no longer shuttered from the streets, but had picture windows. Neighborhoods like Polk Gulch in the mid-seventies had couples holding hands as they walked down the street. The gay parades had drag queens, royal courts, and eccentric characters of every sort. Thrown into this mix were also those seeking the simple life of a partner, home, and the quiet life. This was not Disneyland though. Outside of these little enclaves there could be dangers, but for the most part life was good.

Below is a brief synopsis of "A San Francisco Romance: The Story of Ryan and Leland"

It was during this period that Ryan McClure lived in San Francisco and built a life for himself. He hadn't found his prince charming, but made a small circle of friends, found a job he loved at a well-respected hotel, and lived a comfortable, quiet life. Generally satisfied to stay at home and read a book, he would venture out on occasion with his friends.

One afternoon while meeting his friends at their favorite neighborhood coffee shop for lunch his best friend pointed out a striking man in a dark suit across the street. Ryan recognized the man from a news release he saw at work.
Leland Carter's adult life centered around responsibility. Inheriting the family business shortly after graduating from Harvard he has had no time for relationships or any kind of personal involvement. A dalliance here and there, or a call to an escort was all there was time for.

His purchase of The Exeter House was a personal goal, not a business plan. It kept alive one of his fondest memories of a special time with his family. With an agreement settled for the sale it was time to explore the city. Riding a cable car from Nob Hill to Polk Street he explored the most active gay community in the city. Watching people going about their business being who they were with no worries was a novel experience for the reserved businessman.
Stopping in at a local bar, he sat and let his gaze wander to the other end where he spotted a fair complexioned young man with gorgeous copper hair. For the first time in many years he fancied what it might be like to actually get to know someone.

Two people with widely different backgrounds and values are thrown together. Personal fears and challenges need to be overcome if they are to have any semblance of happiness.

This is a story for romantics, not for someone looking for erotica; however, it is a story for adults.
The novel is available through Amazon at the link below.

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Media5 expands Mediatrix portfolio with the introduction of ISDN BRI interface in SBCs and gateways


The Mediatrix C7 Series gateways combine a VoIP Analog Adaptor and Media Gateway in a secure and reliable platform featuring FXS, FXO, and BRI interfaces.

The global supplier of VoIP solutions Media5 brings to the Telecom market new models of its well-reputed Mediatrix VoIP CPE with the addition of ISDN BRI ports.

Our gateways are known for solving complex implementation challenges and allowing the phase-out of hard-to-maintain TDM switches as the migration advances without impacting the current customer base.”

— Eric Beaudoin, product line manager at Media5

SHERBROOKE, CANADA, December 6, 2018 / — Media5 Corporation announces the expansion of its portfolio of Session Border Controllers and Media Gateways with the introduction of new product models. Starting January 2019, the Sentinel line of SBCs and the Mediatrix C7 and G7 gateways Series will be available with digital ISDN BRI S0/T0 telephony ports, as well as with their current E1/T1 PRI and analogue FXS/FXO interfaces.

Counting on a flexible architecture, the new Mediatrix configurations were created to address the most specific needs in SIP Trunking, ISDN/PSTN migration, and Hosted IP-PBX services. The ISDN BRI is able to provide SIP termination for Cloud Communications and to easily connect Hosted Services with TDM PBXes and legacy telephony equipment.

“Integrating digital BRI into our portfolio of best sellers shows our commitment to support the service providers and the enterprises for the migration of traditional telephony systems to IP networks. From end to end, operators, ITSP, distributors, VARs, and small offices will benefit from the increased flexibility of Mediatrix CPE to address complex deployment scenarios with the most reliable and proven interoperable gateways available on the market”, states Mr. Eric Beaudoin, product line manager at Media5.

High Performance Gateways

Mediatrix platforms are officially certified in more than 50 countries, compatible with all SIP protocol variants, and highly interoperable with the major phones, PBX brands, and SIP softswitches worldwide. They ensure carrier-grade voice quality, robust security, easy configuration, and remote management for mass deployments.

TDM Migration

Present in Europe for over two decades, Media5 understands the diversity and complexity of the European telecommunications infrastructure, in which the ISDN BRI is vastly used to deploy telephony services to small businesses. In countries as Germany, Italy, France, and Greece, the major operators have already started the migration from TDM to IP-based networks each with its own migration strategy and phase-out timing. It is therefore important for operators to be able to count on infrastructure products adapted to their needs.

The Mediatrix BRI gateways provide efficient solutions, designed for different applications even in very particular scenarios and contexts. “The configurations of the Mediatrix platforms are highly customisable. Our gateways are known for solving complex implementation challenges and allowing the phase-out of hard-to-maintain TDM switches as the migration advances without impacting the current customer base”, concludes Mr. Beaudoin.

About Media5

Media5 Corporation is a global supplier of multimedia communication solutions, well-known for its reliable, carrier-grade Mediatrix gateways. With a focus on innovation and excellence in customer support, Media5 delivers highly adaptive hardware and software components for business communications and collaboration. Media5 is present worldwide with local representatives in North and Latin America, Europe, and the Middle East. Access to learn more.

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Just 29% of organizations have implemented the GDPR

IT Governance, the global cybersecurity experts.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, December 6, 2018 / — According to the "EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) implementation review survey” conducted by IT Governance, six months on from the May deadline, organizations are failing to implement the EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). Although respondents said they understood the GDPR and its applicability to their organization, fewer could confidently say that they had leveraged that understanding to implement changes.
The GDPR came into effect on May 25, 2018 and applies to all organizations that monitor the behavior of, or offer goods and services to, EU residents – irrespective of the organization’s location or where the data is processed.
• When asked how far along they were in achieving GDPR compliance, only 29% said they had implemented all necessary changes
• 59% of respondents were aware of the changes to DSARs (data subject access requests) but only 29% had plans to adapt their processes to address this. Responding to DSARs correctly is extremely important; if they are managed incorrectly, data subjects can lodge complaints and fines can be issued
• 75% of respondents had conducted a data flow audit in some capacity. As part of a GDPR compliance project, organizations need to map their data and information flows in order to assess their privacy risks. This will form part of their Article 30 documentation
• 61% of respondents had implemented basic security controls to address data security and breach management. Although just 29% of respondents considered themselves compliant with the GDPR, more than 50% had procedures in place to notify their supervisory authority and individuals should a breach occur
“It is discouraging to see so many organizations understanding the GDPR and its applicability to their businesses but failing to comply. May 25 should have been the wakeup call, but it’s not too late to begin your compliance journey. The time is now,” commented Alan Calder, founder and executive chairman of IT Governance.
The survey was sent to IT Governance’s data protection and GDPR customers, and received 210 responses from organizations in a range of business sectors, including defense and aerospace, health care and health science, financial services, and professional services. Organizations ranged in size from fewer than 10 employees to more than 1,001.
IT Governance USA is the single-source provider of books, tools, training, and consultancy for IT governance, risk management, and compliance. It is a leading authority on data security and IT governance for business and the public sector. IT Governance is ‘non-geek’, approaching IT issues from a non-technology background, and talking to management in its own language. Its customer base spans Europe, the Americas, the Middle East, and Asia. More information is available at

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Tech Dynamix Brings Affordable Business IT Support to Northeast Ohio

Company offers support for computers, servers, networks, mobile devices—anything IT.

WILLOUGHBY HILLS, OHIO, USA, December 6, 2018 / — Tech Dynamix is excited to announce their IT support business. "Our partners know that we strive to provide the best services and the most affordable solution."

Tech Dynamix provides high-quality IT consulting services to small and mid-size businesses in Northeast Ohio, as well as projects, such as network security, disaster recovery, technology recommendations, and much more.

Tech Dynamix provides IT services to some of the leading companies in the fields of manufacturing, healthcare and professional services.

"Real-time proactive monitoring helps us to provide immediate response to customer issues remotely or on-site."

Tech Dynamix will remotely monitor and manage your computer systems 24×7 to uncover security and performance issues. "We do our best to address these issues before they turn into larger problems that can cause downtime. This proactive approach leads to improved uptime and peace of mind."

You can rest easy knowing that your computer systems are always under the watchful eyes of our qualified professionals with Tech Dynamix! Find out more at

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Mind Commerce releases Comprehensive Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT) Research

Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things Convergence

AI in ICT Market

General Purpose AI Market

AI Chipsets Market

Most Comprehensive Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT) Research Available

AI adds Value to IoT through Machine Learning and Improved Decision Making. IoT adds Value to AI through Connectivity, Signaling, and Data Exchange.”

— Mind Commerce

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES, December 5, 2018 / — The convergence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and solutions (AIoT) is leading to “thinking” networks and systems that are becoming increasingly more capable of solving a wide range of problems across a diverse number of industry verticals.

Select findings found within this Mind Commerce research include: (1) IoT will represent 83% of the entire AI chipsets market by 2023, (2) Global AI in embedded IoT devices market will approach $26.2B USD by 2023, (3) Global general AI market will reach $50.8 billion USD by 2023 with 42% CAGR, (4) Total AI driven networking solution market is expected to reach $5.8 billion by 2023, and (5) Over 50% of the enterprise organizations will leverage AI technology for networking by 2023

While early solutions are rather monolithic, it is anticipated that AIoT integration within businesses and industries will ultimately lead to more sophisticated and valuable inter-business and cross-industry solutions. These solutions will focus primarily upon optimizing system and network operations as well as extracting value from industry data through dramatically improved analytics and decision making processes.

General Purpose Artificial Intelligence represents silicon-based intelligence that mimics human-like cognition to perform a wide variety of tasks that span beyond mere number crunching. North America is anticipated to lead the General Purpose AI market at $17.2 billion by 2023.

As the AIoT market matures, and leverages advanced computing technologies, business data will become increasingly valuable. Leading companies will syndicate enterprise and industrial data, leading to a robust Data as a Service market for integrated AIoT data. Mind Commerce sees IoT related DaaS growing nearly three times as fast as non-IoT DaaS, with much of it streaming data. This underscores the need for Multi Access Edge Computing (MEC) within carrier networks.

Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things Convergence: AIoT Technologies, Integration, Infrastructure, Solutions, Applications and Services by Industry Vertical 2018 – 2023 represents the most comprehensive research focused on the convergence of AI and IoT, leading to integrated AIoT solutions for consumer, enterprise, industrial, and government sectors across a wide variety of industry verticals. This research evaluates technologies and solutions individually as well as by business application such as data analytics and decisions support services. It provides comprehensive market analysis and forecasts from 2018 to 2023 for a wide range of markets including AIoT support of cognitive computing, data analytics, next generation networks, smart machines, and more.

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We focus on key emerging and disintermediating technology areas for service providers, technology providers, developers (communications, applications, content, and commerce), systems integrators and consultants, government organizations and NGOs, and the financial community. Visit us at

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IPTV Operator Altibox Enters New SaaS-Based Master Agreement with Xstream

Michael Rasmussen, CEO, Xstream

New multi-year agreement enables Altibox to use Xstream’s cloud content enabling services on a scalable SaaS model

This extended agreement is all about ensuring a viable business model that follows Altibox’s growth. Xstream’s cloud SaaS services will now be used on a flexible, usage driven SaaS billing basis”

— Michael Rasmussen, CEO, Xstream

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, December 5, 2018 / — Leading OTT and TV Everywhere enabler Xstream A/S today announces that its service agreement with Norway’s popular IPTV operator Altibox has been upgraded to a multi-year software-as-a-service (SaaS) business model.

Altibox has used Xstream’s services since 2010. Prior to the newly extended contract start, the services were migrated from a data centre in Denmark to the Amazon Web Service (AWS). The transfer proved a simple “one go” experience due to Xstream’s expertise and track record in cloud based and scalable services.

“The migration to Xstream’s cloud services proved important to Altibox securing stability and availability on our TVE service while maintaining a predictable TCO,” says Jarle Johnson, Head of IPTV at Altibox. “It also ensures that capacity can be scaled up and down on AWS according to market needs.”

“This extended agreement between the two firms is all about ensuring a viable business model that follows Altibox’s growth,” adds Michael Rasmussen, Xstream’s CEO. “Xstream’s cloud SaaS services will now be used on a flexible, usage driven SaaS billing basis.”

The enhanced benefits to Altibox from this new agreement are manyfold. It gives Altibox ongoing access to Xstream’s monitoring services, AWS and DRM experts, and enables use of features such as auto-scaling.

Altibox is a unified brand name for broadband, IPTV and VOIP services distributed in Norway and Denmark with over 35 Norwegian and six Danish networks.

About Xstream A/S

Xstream is a leading enabler of over-the-top (OTT) TV and video on demand (VOD) services. Today, we work with leading telcos, cable operators, broadcasters, clinics, governments and media companies enabling them to deliver sparkling content to selective anytime-anywhere viewers around the world. Our award-winning Xstream MediaMaker™ cloud platform is recognised in the industry for its rich and customizable monetization capabilities, fast deploy time and by its unique, fully adaptive and automated content ingestion process. The MediaMaker cloud combines managed service with pay-as-you-grow pricing to optimize customers’ ownership costs. Our customers include companies such as Altibox, Balaji Telefilms, Canal Digital, Mayo Clinic, Spark New Zealand/Lightbox, Star Media group and Telenor. Xstream is headquartered in Copenhagen. Visit


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Softil Issues 2019 Outlook For Mission Critical Communications and Services Over LTE and 5G

“The year will see First Responders and professional radio users becoming better supported in their tasks through the applied use of technology” says Sagi Subocki, Softil’s Vice President, Products and Marketing

First Responder MCX deployments, 1st steps into the Black Mirror, dawn of “10,000 foot” view dispatch controls, dual-mode LMR/MCPTT devices, private LTE towers

2019 is the year when MCC solutions and services get deployed by First Responders – armed forces, police, ambulance or other emergency service groups – and by radio users in transportation and mining”

— Sagi Subocki, Softil’s Vice President, Products and Marketing

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, December 4, 2018 / — Leading IP communications enabler Softil today releases its Outlook 2019 for the Mission Critical Communications industry. For Softil, enabling Mission Critical Communications (MCC or MCX)) will be its fundamental mission for the year ahead accelerating the transition to 21st century technologies for people whose jobs help and save the lives of others.

“Softil sees 2019 as the year when MCC solutions and services finally get into the hands of First Responders be they the armed forces, police, ambulance or other emergency service groups, as well as professional radio users in the fields of transportation and mining among others,” says Sagi Subocki, Softil’s Vice President, Products and Marketing. “The year will see First Responders and professional radio users becoming better supported in their tasks through the applied use of technology.”

First MCPTT deployments by First Responders

The year 2019 will see First Responders begin supplementing the humble radio so trusted by multiple generations of firefighters, police officers and emergency workers over the years with smartphones. At first, these might also be dual-mode devices, combining LMR and LTE capabilities. Once smartphones become commonplace in MCC, all will be able to work faster and better.

Immediate future belongs to dual-mode LMR/MCPTT devices

It is nice to envision how new generation of the technology replaces the old generation in a blink of an eye – just like you see in the movies. This is not how it happens in real life – the old and new must peacefully coexist for a while. Moreover, they do not just coexist, but rather interwork. The emergency worker’s device is not an interworking appliance, but instead, it can simply allow users to be connected to both worlds – simultaneously. We should see LMR devices being extended with MCPTT capabilities first before full-blown MCX devices completely replacing them. Softil predicts that quite a few dual-mode radios will appear on the market during 2019.

Mission Critical Communications for Trains will continue to advance

Mission Critical Communications for trains, commonly referred to as LTE-R, are already deployed, but on a limited scale. Today, South Korea is leading the railway world with new MCC LTE-R terminals deployed on its high speed rail networks. However, as the standards for MCC for Railroads are in the final stages with 3GPP Release 15 providing the base, and Release 16 defining the necessary changes in architecture, Softil expects many more LTE-R trials and deployments over the next 2-3 years – especially as GSM-R (old communication technology for trains) will sunset in 2025.

Managing MCC through Dispatch Consoles

The Dispatch Console is a critical element of emergency communications – someone has to have a “10,000 foot view” of everything happening with First Responders in real time to coordinate all activities. This is where the dispatch console operator comes into play. As MCC over LTE trickles onto the front line in 2019, dispatch consoles will manage video streams, video communication, chats and more. The console will become the critical element in the interconnection of the LMR and MCX worlds and be in service before the end of 2019.

First MCC Recording solutions

It is essential to keep track of what is happening on the front line – we need to create records of all the activities of emergency workers at all times. In the past, voice and some unassociated videos were recorded, but in the new MCX world, there is a mass of data that needs to be recorded and archived. This spans audio, video, chat, location and much more from a vast array of supplementary data from “Life-saving things”, commonly known as IoT devices. The industry will see the first recording solutions appearing in 2019 as they are critical for the overall MCS umbrella.

Private LTE becomes key to advancements in the MCC for Mining

In the mining industry, communication is a key element of the ecosystem and on a par with all the sophisticated machinery and tools in use. MCC over LTE new communication capabilities, such as video, chat and file exchange, offer great advantages to miners over the traditional radio. However, common LTE towers cannot provide reliable connectivity inside mines and such deployments will require private LTE. Softil expects pilot Private LTE with MCS (Mission Critical Services) setups to go into trials in 2019, with full-scale deployments in 2020/2021.

The impact of 5G on MCC will become noticeable

5G developments are advancing quickly, driven by the insatiable appetite for speed, bandwidth and full QoS/QoE spectrum of humans and machines alike. Core 5G trials are already under way around the world, but that doesn’t affect MCX at the moment. However, Softil expects to see some alignment of MCX technologies with 5G networks and architectures in the next 3GPP Release 16 (due December, 2019) and further enhancements in Release 17. The year 2021 will most likely will be the year when MCX will commercially start running on top of 5G, offering greater speeds and capabilities.

First chipsets implementing ProSe will appear, first trials of D2D

ProSe is the 3GPP standard for direct, or so-called Device-to-Device communications. This is essential for MCC as it is always possible that in the course of emergency operations, the macro network will become unreachable. In this event, First Responders must still be able to communicate with each other, so this is a critical need to make daily use of MCX over LTE possible. The year 2019 might be the year when ProSe begins its journey. However, thanks to dual-mode devices, LMR will still be there for device-to-device communications.

Voice Controls for First Responder devices will make their debut

Voice controls are not new – Siri and Alexa have been helping with everyday tasks for several years now, but as First Responder smartphones appear, Softil expects that voice controls will be elevated to the next level of importance in 2019 with commands such as “alert all my group members,” “show me the map,” “start recording my video,” and “switch my primary camera” becoming commonplace – all while wearing gloves.


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Cyber Criminals Hinder 4IR Rewards from Manufacturers – Boost Your Resilience at ManuSec Europe

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MUNICH, GERMANY, December 4, 2018 / — Cyber-criminals often aim at the unprepared. But 86% of attacks against manufacturers in 2018 weren’t opportunistic – they were specifically targeted, and nearly half aimed at stealing intellectual property to gain competitive advantage [Verizon DBIR 2018].

There is no technological panacea to save manufacturers from hackers – collaboration is the best route towards cyber resilience. With this in mind, the European Cyber Security Summit for Critical Manufacturing (ManuSec) unites 100+ leading IT and OT security experts to share takeaways from real-life incidents and promote peer and cross-sector alliance.

Taking place in Munich, 7th-8th of February 2019, ManuSec is the platform for European manufacturing leaders to assess how to fully reap the rewards of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
2019’s key themes include the convergence of Industrial Control Systems and enterprise infrastructure, conducting OT asset inventories and risk assessments, and using cloud services and mobile devices securely in the production environment.

Curated in partnership with a Steering Committee of security experts – including the CISO at HELLA and the Head of Cyber Security at Airbus- the agenda features panel presentations, interactive debates, table discussions, and 6+ hours of networking.

A highlight of day 1: Schneider Electric’s CISO EMEA and the OT Cyber Security Manager share the stage to present a real-life case study about integrating ICS security into Schneider Electric’s enterprise risk management programme. Request a brochure for a detailed programme and full line-up of speakers.
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Cell Phone Providers Accused of Being Caught With their Patents Down

Accredited investors offered a portion of settlements, if any, in exchange for funding the litigation costs
as AT&T, et al, are summoned to court

No one has invested more in this litigation than my family, my company & I have. We have devoted, will devote, all the resources necessary to recover the substantial profits due us & our investors.”

— Mark "Jeff" Reed

PLANO, TX, US, December 4, 2018 / — To paraphrase Sir Isaac Newton, “Tech giants are accused of standing on the shoulders of Traxcell Technologies, LLC,” according to recent legal filings. To date at least half a dozen of the world’s largest telecommunications providers have been accused, in Texas and California federal courts, of multiple patent infringements. The technologies at issue have been essential to the current and future improvements in engineering, connectivity as well as the capacity for navigation and location identification throughout the global market.

Prominent names such as AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile, among others, are accused of appropriating Traxcell’s multiple patents … without permission and without compensation. Traxcell contends that massive amounts of revenue and cost savings have resulted from these inventions. As only two examples of what consumers now take for granted, devices utilize Traxcell’s automated tuning system (SON – self-optimized network) and navigational mapping capabilities. Over the years, dropped calls have become increasingly rare, exponentially greater quantities of data are reliably transmitted and up-to-date navigation maps are all but instantaneously available.

Certainly the exact value of these exclusive rights and any punitive damages will be aggressively contested, determined, during the trial(s) scheduled to begin in June 2019. Over the past eighteen months plaintiff attorneys, accountants and technical experts (to include the inventors themselves) have produced extensive and detailed documentation.

Certainly ongoing litigation expenses reflect the extraordinary sums at stake. Costs of research, depositions, employment of expert witnesses may be only a small fraction of potential judgments, but legal expenses will be significant nonetheless. The magnitude and nature of the patents in these lawsuits help to establish the groundwork for today’s location based multi-billion dollar telecommunications industry.

In full compliance with U.S. registration and regulatory requirements, plaintiffs have created a “special purpose” entity, Traxcell Litigation Proceeds, LLC. In the simplest of lay terms, “accredited investors” may participate in these lawsuits as “members” of the LLC. From this point, specifics become a bit more complex, as one would expect when dealing with federal law, the I.R.S., the S.E.C. and other assorted acronyms. On the other hand, the same would be true for any other legitimate enterprise wherein investments are involved.

All requisite disclosures, financial data and legalese have been submitted to all appropriate government agencies. Comprehensive, yet comprehendible, information and background is available at and , or by contacting Traxcell Technologies, LLC directly. The company is trying to raise between 1.5 and 6 million dollars through a private placement offering reserved for Accredited Investors only. The minimum investment is $25,000.00.

Managing member and co-inventor, Mark “Jeff” Reed emphasizes. “No one has invested more in this litigation than my family, my company and I have. From the outset we’ve been aware of, prepared for, the expense of protecting our rights, our intellectual properties and our patents. We have devoted, will devote all, the resources necessary to recover the substantial profits due Traxcell.”

The term "Accredited Investor" is defined in Rule 501 of Regulation D of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). An “Accredited Investor”, must have a net worth of at least $1,000,000, excluding the value of one's primary residence, or have income at least $200,000 each year for the last two years (or $300,000 combined income if married) and have the expectation to make the same amount this year. Other conditions may also apply.

This is neither an offer to sell nor a solicitation of an offer to buy securities described herein. An offering is made only by the Confidential Private Placement Memorandum (PPM). This material must be read in conjunction with the PPM in order to understand fully all of the implications and risks of the offering to which it relates. A copy of the PPM must be made available to you in connection with this offering. Prospective Members should carefully read the PPM and review any additional information they desire prior to making an investment and should be able to bear the complete loss of their investment. Prospective investors should go to to research the history of their brokers and determine if they are “Bad Actors” pursuant to Rule 506 of Regulation. These securities are being offered under an exemption provided by SEC Regulation D Rule 506(c). Only accredited investors who meet the SEC Regulation D 501 “accredited investor” accreditation standards and who provide suitable verification of accredited status may invest into this Offering. Any historical performance data represents past performance. Past performance does not guarantee future results; Current performance may be different than the performance data presented; The Company is not required by law to follow any standard methodology when calculating and representing performance data; The performance of the Company may not be directly comparable to the performance of other private or registered funds or companies; The securities are being offered in reliance on an exemption from the registration requirements, and therefore are not required to comply with certain specific disclosure requirements; The Securities and Exchange Commission has not passed upon the merits of or approved the securities, the terms of the offering, or the accuracy of the materials.

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