Blending the power of cloud and edge computing for a decentralised future

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Published on Business Computing World BCW (February 13th, 2018)

By Fay Arjomandi (mimik co-founder)

It is anticipated that by 2020, over 50 billion devices will be connected to the Internet. In other words, there will soon be too many devices generating too much data for central cloud to operate efficiently. Future demand will be immense. Bandwidth, efficiency and latency will be big challenges.

Thankfully, instead of deploying new infrastructure, we can take advantage of the ever-increasing computing capabilities of edge devices (mobile phones, PCs, tablets, game consoles, set-top-boxes, home gateways, IoT devices, etc.). Most of these devices (hereby referred to as nodes) are under-utilised except for perhaps a few hours in the day.

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mimik and Max2 announce strategic partnership

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Providing a Novel Edge Server Solution for the Next Retail Revolution

VANCOUVER, British ColumbiaJan. 12, 2018

Today mimik and Max2 announced a strategic partnership. The partnership will enable retailers to deliver innovative services delivered through an automated and decentralized platform that leverages mobile, tablets, laptops, point of sales systems, cloud servers and more, regardless of their operating system inside the retail environment.

The joint solution provides advanced network functionality enabling users to effortlessly and securely connect all their devices within the retail environment and access all the relative information about merchandise in the store. It also allows direct and secure communication with shoppers inside the store.

“We are delighted to partner with Max2 to provide retailers with a novel, decentralized retail platform. Architecture decentralization in the retail environment has many benefits for consumers and retailers. The benefits to consumers are new retail experiences for discovery of goods and services while retailers enjoy a more cost efficient, secure, and fast way of connecting with their customers. mimik’s decentralized cloud platform is a key technology enabler along with the hardware and retail applications provided by our partner Max2,” said Siavash Alamouti, President & CEO of mimik technology.

“In partnership with mimik we have truly advanced edge computing capabilities where every VeeaHub IoT edge server node deployed by Max2 can represent an “always-on” administrative node for thin client devices (e.g., smartphones and tablets) running one or more microservices supported by mimik’s edgeEngine,” said Michael Salmasi, CEO of Max2. “This provides for  cross-platform, distributed computing across several Operating Systems (OSs) with capabilities that are truly anywhere, anytime, any device, any connection and any application.”

NRF visitors will be able to discover and learn more about this innovative solution during the NRF show in Max2’s booth #734 located on Level 3 on January 14-16 in New York City.

About mimik

mimik has developed a decentralized edge cloud software platform to extend central cloud to all computing devices. mimik provides a downloadable SDK that turns any computing device into a cloud server. The SDK is available for many operating systems. Devices with mimik SDK form clusters and can communicate directly within and across the clusters regardless of OS or network.  The cluster scopes are based on network ID, proximity, and account. On top of this communication and cluster management mimik provides a light container that allows development of JavaScript based microservices based on a server-less architecture. Devices with the SDK can remotely load, install, start and stop microservices.  The platform can be used to decentralize the cloud and remove third party trust elements for the development of many applications. In effect, all computing devices (mobile phones, PCS, routers, game consoles, gateways, IoT devices, etc.) can be used to host microservices and build any application. With mimik edgeEngine a decentralized edge cloud platform can be created that is orders of magnitude larger than central cloud platforms such as AWS.

About Max2 Inc.

Max2 is a platform company with a suite of innovative products and services for Smart Retail industry. Its VeeaHub Platform allows businesses of all sizes to extend their data center or cloud computing operations to the network edge and, while improving their operational efficiencies, machine learning and AI capabilities, provide for IoT applications that can deliver a feature-rich omnichannel e-commerce environment. This platform is further complemented by solutions that augment the real world, providing seamless in and out-store experiences that lets businesses engage and retain customers, collect analytics to grow their businesses and provide for more cost-effective and frictionless delivery of services. Max2’s solutions include payment services, intelligent wireless edge servers with software applications, as well as Point of Sale (POS) systems, 3G/4G MVNO cellular services with CloudSIM, and mobile applications for both businesses and the consumer. Headquartered in New York City with several offices in the US, Europe and Asia, Max2 is run by an experienced management team including former board members and senior executives from leading technology, payments and telecom companies.

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As networks choke, edge cloud is the saviour

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Growth in Internet of Things: Connected devices will exceed 50 Billion by 2020Vancouver, July 2017

Today, at the dawn of the Internet of Things, devices discover, connect and communicate with other devices. Domestic appliances discover one another, connect and communicate daily. Fridges talk to  smartphones and order groceries when needed. Driverless cars will soon communicate to avoid collisions and report traffic; and this is only the beginning.

Devices will keep discovering, connecting and communicating. Soon, they will smartly collaborate amongst themselves and with the central cloud to pool resources and in the process, will change how we live and work.

Yet, connecting and empowering devices is contributing to the skyrocketing growth of Internet traffic hitting data centres and thus posing a challenge to central cloud computing. What happens to the central cloud when billions of devices are connected through the Internet of Things? Too many devices will generate too much data for central cloud to operate efficiently.Thankfully, we can take advantage of the ever-increasing computing capabilities of edge devices and offload as much of the central cloud functions as possible to the edge. Edge cloud to central cloud is like WiFi to wireless. Just as WiFi carries most of the global wireless traffic today, edge devices will soon manage most of cloud computing. As Andreessen Horowitz general partner, Peter Levine, puts it: “A large portion of computation that gets done in the cloud today will return to the edge”.

Central cloud is in trouble; welcome the distributed edge cloud

Centralized cloud computing will gradually evolve to distributed edge computing. Edge nodes (all our computing devices) will not be fully dependent on central cloud since most of the time they can process data independently and communicate directly, sharing resources and collaborating. The opportunity is immense as there are billions of potential edge servers today and there will be tens of billions more tomorrow.

In a nutshell, edge computing means that any device can become a mini cloud server. Therefore, data is processed at the periphery of the network, as close to the originating source as possible, pushing the frontier of computing applications, data, and services away from centralized nodes. This approach is faster, more efficient, and scalable: data can be immediately analysed and put into action overcoming the current shortage of bandwidth and speed on the network to cope with such a vast array of connected devices.

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How will edge computing redefine our lives?

In the last decade, cloud computing has been a great source of disruption in various industry sectors. The natural evolution of the cloud is to extend computing to the edge to cope with the explosive growth in the number. Edge cloud computing is essential to meet stringent requirements on latency and at the same time reduce power consumption and infrastructure costs.

Edge computing is ready for deployment now in almost all industries. For example:

  • Edge cloud will impact greatly our daily lives in our homes. Edge computing can turn set-top boxes (STBs), game consoles, smart TVs, routers, PCs, or even mobile devices into cloud servers. The benefits are enormous:  more control on managing personal data by the end users, better cross device and cross-screen media sharing than Airplay or Chromecast, developers ability to deploy and launch services such as smart home quickly and reliably, and the potential to cluster edge devices to share resources and create a virtual cloud that is orders of magnitude larger than the likes of Amazon Web Services (AWS).
  • Self-driving cars are another example where edge computing is indispensable. These cars generate about a GByte of data every second. It is not feasible to send all this data back to the central cloud. Moreover, self-driving cars need to make decisions quickly and hence latency is an issue. Edge computing transforms the cars to data centers on wheels where most of the processing is performed locally. Cars can communicate peer-to-peer; reducing bandwidth consumption and latency. Furthermore, mobile devices inside a car can form edge clusters and communicate directly. Drivers and passengers can simultaneously connect their devices to the cars’ infotainment and diagnostic units.
  • Another example are fitness centres which can take advantage of edge computing to enhance their members’ experience. By turning the fitness equipment into edge devices, they can connect the equipment with the users’ mobile devices and wearables to monitor the users’ fitness progress and engage with them at the right time. Instructors can observe members’ progress real-time and improve their training; for example, offering more personalized exercise, nutrition and dietary programs based on the collected data.

There are many more potential use cases (Look here): connecting electronic gadgets and appliances directly, enabling new features in social media applications, connecting drones, turning devices such as mobile phones to sensor hubs used in agriculture and mining to collect and process data, etc. Edge cloud computing will soon disrupt every business across all industries, redefining our digital lives.

mimik: Cutting-edge distributed cloud platform technology

In a world where billions of devices are generating data every second, mimik’s platform gives developers the opportunity to turn any computing device into an edge cloud server and as result offer many new experiences and applications for both consumer and enterprise markets. Our disruptive technology solves seamlessly many challenges of turning computing devices into clusters of edge servers regardless of type, operating system and location. Thus, it enables edge computing and unleashes the collective power of edge devices.

By integrating the mimik SDK, any device or app becomes an edge cloud server solving many of the current challenges that central cloud computing cannot address. For example:

  • mimik’s solution allows cluster management and node bootstrapping to deal with the need to support a huge number of devices. This will reduce the signalling and bearer bandwidth to an acceptable level.
  • Smart routing of traffic and distributed local communications reduces the burden of explosive amounts of data generated at the edge.
  • Peer-to-peer connectivity and micro service discovery optimises inter-node access time and communication to address the stringent latency requirements in the future.
  • Microservice runtime environment allows developers to dynamically load, start and stop microservices on edge nodes

mimik arms developers with the tools required to unleash the power of edge devices and help democratize the internet and provide us Digital Freedom.

Digital Freedom Manifesto

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Siavash Alamouti, Executive Chairman at mimik (*)

Internet has revolutionized every aspect of our lives, has transformed industries, and has democratized access to information for billions of people. Mobile internet has been more impactful globally than originally predicted and has become indispensable for conducting business and everyday life. Yet, we are in the early stages of mobile internet and need to ensure that technology continues to evolve in the right direction for the benefit of mankind. Mobile internet, like any other technology, can be a tool for progress and freedom but it can also be abused for reactionary purposes and oppression.

In this article, we focus on an important trend: people’s loss of control over their personal data and content. Today, we share our personal data freely (location, context, pictures, videos, etc.) with third parties; often not understanding the possible ramifications. For instance, we regularly submit our personal photos or videos to cloud services, giving companies royalty-free licenses to our personal content. This is not necessarily a conspiracy by companies like Facebook to steal the rights to our content. It is in fact necessary for many of these companies to safeguard themselves from lawsuits. Nevertheless, it is a dangerous trend threatening our freedom.

Facebook Statement of Rights and Responsibilities. Jan 30, 2015. Section 2.1:

For content that is covered by intellectual property rights, like photos and videos (IP content), you specifically give us the following permission, subject to your privacy and application settings: you grant us a non-exclusive, transferable, sub-licensable, royalty-free, worldwide license to use any IP content that you post on or in connection with Facebook (IP License). This IP License ends when you delete your IP content or your account unless your content has been shared with others, and they have not deleted it.

There is a misconception that ordinary, law-abiding citizens do not care about their privacy. Pointing out to recent trends where many people share private moments publicly in social media, some have argued that “if you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear”. This is a scary argument that has historically been misappropriated by demagogues to suppress personal freedom. Definition of privacy differs from one individual to another. Some of us consider a personal portrait private while some willingly install webcams in our homes for the entire world to watch. Yet, our right to privacy is a cornerstone of our personal freedom.

Unfortunately, however, we have witnessed several reputable companies violating our privacy by sharing our personal data with government agencies and other institutions without our consent. Thankfully, whistleblowers exposed these violations and warned us that we need to remain vigilant and watchful. Once our personal information gets posted on a “cloud service” such as social media websites, it can find its way anywhere.


These cloud services provide valuable and often “free” services such as communications, maps, shopping assistance, internet banking, price comparisons, merchandise reviews, etc. Most “free” internet services use our personal data to derive revenues from targeted marketing or advertising. The most common ways are to skew our search results for a fee, or provide us targeted advertising in exchange for a “free” service or content. In most cases, these practices are harmless and often offer us immense value.

However, there are associated threats and potential costs. First and foremost, our public profiles and personal content can be analyzed by independent third parties in ways that compromise our privacy or harm us economically or socially. Moreover, our personal data can be more valuable than what we receive in exchange as “free” services. Yet, most of us are not aware of these potential threats and ways to combat them, or opportunities to better monetize our personal data.

Ideally, we must safeguard our personal digital freedom by applying at least the same level of common sense in our digital lives as we do in our physical lives. If we want to share something privately with a friend, we don’t use a third party to relay our message unless we have no direct means of communication. Yet, we do this habitually on the internet. We post our data on third party cloud services and have them manage how we share it with others. We do this partly because we trust large and reputable companies, and partly because we don’t understand how internet works. The primary reason, however, is that we have little choice but to trust third party cloud services to manage our personal data. There are many ways to protect our privacy such as encrypting our emails and anonymizing our online activity through commercial or open source anonymizers. However, the alternatives are either too complex or too expensive for the average citizen; most of us don’t have the technical skills to use these technologies to safeguard our privacy.

To protect our personal data and privacy, we must take control of our digital lives. The keywords are choice, consent, and control.

  1. We should choose, in real-time, how our personal information is accessed and shared with others.
  2. We should consent real-time how our personal data is treated.
  3. We should have simple ways of managing and controlling our communications.
  4. We should decide what information we trust to third parties and post on public social media sites and what information remains private

This is what we call digital freedom. Here are some fundamental requirements to achieve it:

  • all our digital assets should be available to us anytime, anywhere
  • discovery, curation and selection of content should be simple, intuitive, and immediate
  • setting and changing permission levels should be simple, intuitive, and immediate
  • we should be able to add meta data to our content to make it easily discoverable
  • interaction with other users should be simple, intuitive and immediate
  • there should be no footprint of our personal content on the web unless we agree
  • we should be in complete control of where our data is stored
  • we should be able to easily allow multiple applications to use our data
  • content should remain on the originating device unless we decide otherwise
  • internet should be used only if necessary; all traffic should remain as local as possible
  • content conditioning should happen locally unless we decide otherwise

The most challenging aspect of such a paradigm is the fragmentation in hardware, operating systems, and networks. We have many incompatible platforms (android, iOS, Windows, etc.) and incompatible networks (LTE, Wi-Fi, BT, etc.). This fragmentation has led to indirect and irrational ways of how our digital lives are created and managed.

We need a platform that puts us in complete control of all our digital assets no matter where we are and what computing device we have on our person. Only then, we can proclaim that we have achieved digital freedom.

(*) About the Author
Siavash Alamouti is a pioneer and thought leader in open mobile internet. His inventions and industry initiatives have touched everyone globally. His space-time block code (known as Alamouti code) is included in over 10 billion devices. His contributions to the adoption of OFDMA/MIMO in 4G with Mobile WiMAX is what eventually led to a more open international standard with LTE. He is the visionary behind the WiGig Alliance and inclusion of mmWave technology in the WiFi Alliance Roadmap. Close to 20,000 citations to-date in Google Scholar is an indicator of the level impact on the modern technology landscape. His passionate lobbying for spectrum reform with FCC in the US and globally at ITU opened the path for the adoption of smart antenna and OFDMA technologies in the unlicensed and licensed bands in the US and eventually globally. He is an advocate of decentralized power in business, society, and technology and believes that decentralization is a key factor to ensure a sustainable global ecosystem. In the last few years, he has been quietly focused on enabling distributed edge cloud to help democratize personal data and decentralization of “cloud” and its extension to the edge. Siavash is the executive chairman of mimik, he was the President & CEO from 2014 to Jan 2020. Before joining mimik he was the Group R&D Director at Vodafone in London, UK where he managed R&D, corporate venture, and intellectual property for the entire group. Prior to Vodafone, he was an Intel Fellow and CTO of the Mobile Wireless Group. Before Intel, Alamouti was the CTO at the start up Vivato and prior to that had senior technology roles in Cadence Design Systems, AT&T Wireless Services, McCaw Cellular, and MPR Teltech Ltd.

mimik appoints Allen Salmasi to Boards of Directors

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia, August 8, 2016: mimik technology, a company dedicated to distributed micro-cloud and micro-service technology, today announced the appointment of Allen Salmasi to its board of directors.

“We are excited to have Allen join the mimik team,” stated Siavash Alamouti, President and Chief Executive Officer.  Allen is an internationally recognized technologist, distinguished leader, serial entrepreneur and successful investor in the communications, SaaS and pharmaceutical industries. His entire carrier has been focused on cutting edge technologies with founding and leadership roles in impactful companies like Omninet, Qualcomm, NextWave, and PacketVideo, and startups like OncoSynergy, Virtuosys and Max2 to name a few. He shares our vision of digital freedom and putting people in direct control of their digital lives.  I’m confident that his experience as a cutting edge technology entrepreneur and diverse background across industries will add tremendous value in deploying and scaling our distributed micro-cloud technology platform globally in order to revolutionize the way we communicate and put people in control of their digital lives.

Mr. Salmasi commented, “I’m most excited to be joining the mimik Board of Directors and support their impressive team with a game changing technology platform. mimik platform can revolutionize our digital lives which today is fragmented across incompatible networks and operating systems. mimik utilizes the power of any computing device to form an edge based distributed micro-cloud enabling incompatible devices to communicate seamlessly through micro-services. mimik access, as the first application of the platform already addresses many pain points of the casual users and exhibits the power of the platform which I believe will become even more crucial with internet of things.  I’ll be working with the executive team and the Board to help the company roll out this unique technology globally and across different industry sectors.”

About Mr. Salmasi

Allen Salmasi is currently Chairman and CEO of NLabs Inc., a New York-based venture capital firm. Prior to NLabs, he served as chairman and CEO of NextWave Wireless Inc. (NWI), a company he formed in 2005 that was subsequently acquired by AT&T in 2013. NWI was spun-off from NextWave Telecom Inc. (NTI), a company he had founded in 1995 which was acquired by Verizon Wireless in 2005.

Prior to NextWave, Mr. Salmasi was a member of the Board of Directors, President of the Wireless Communications Division, and Chief Strategic Officer of QUALCOMM Inc. between 1988 and 1995. He initiated and led the development of wireless business, including chipset and handset products, licensing and standards programs for CDMA technology. Prior to QUALCOMM, at Omninet Corporation, a company he founded in 1984 and served as its Chairman of the Board and CEO, he envisioned and led the development of the OmniTRACS system and service, the world’s first and currently the largest commercial terrestrial mobile satellite communications service. From 1979 to 1984, Mr. Salmasi was employed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) at Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL).

Mr. Salmasi is also the Chairman of the Board of OncoSynergy Inc., a San Francisco-based biotech company with a portfolio of oncology drugs under development. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of Korea Information and Communications Co., Ltd (KICC), the largest payment processing company in Korea, and a member of the Board of Trustees of Barnard College of Columbia University.

Mr. Salmasi received two B.S. degrees with honors in Electrical Engineering and Management Economics from Purdue University in 1977.  He also received two M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University in 1979 and in Applied Mathematics from the University of Southern California in 1982.  Prior to the formation of Omninet, he completed his doctoral coursework at University of Southern California towards a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering (Engineer’s Degree) in 1983. Mr. Salmasi received Purdue University’s Outstanding Electrical and Computer Engineer Award (OECE) in 1999. President William Jefferson Clinton awarded Mr. Salmasi for his innovations and contributions to wireless industry in 1999.

About mimik

mimik has pioneered a distributed micro-cloud technology that enables devices to create clusters by physically discovering and establishing peer to peer connection between one another. The technology allows discovering micro-services running on any cluster and enabling micro-service level communication.  This unique capability enables ad-hoc and real-time formation of mesh networks across different devices, OS, and networks.  mimik offers its platform to third-party developers via SDKs and APIs to enrich the experience for consumer, connected home, automotive, health and other vertical applications.

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mimik wins most innovative product award at CableLabs Winter Conference 2016

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Vancouver, B.C. and Orlando, FL, February 11, 2016—CableLabs Innovation Showcase has named mimik the winner of the ‘most innovative product’ award at this year’s CableLabs Winter Conference held in Orlando, Florida.

During the February 9 – 12 event, mimik showed how its software platform turns every digital device into a micro-cloud server with super-node capability. The software has a small memory footprint and can be ported on any computing device including cable set-top-boxes (STBs) to provide mimik’s advanced features. Every device with mimik application (smartphones, PCs, tablets, game consoles, NAS devices, etc.) becomes a micro-server that can quickly and seamlessly create a virtual cloud. This enables fast, secure, and personalized cross-device sharing, access, and control of any digital content, including sensor and IoT devices.

“We are thrilled to have been chosen by CableLabs from hundreds of applicants to showcase the mimik software platform, and proud to have been voted by the cable industry professionals as the most innovative technology. Our platform is the result of many years of R&D and empowers consumers to take control of their digital assets as well as access and share content in a new way. This is what we call digital freedom,” says Siavash Alamouti, President & CEO of mimik.

About mimik

mimik has pioneered a distributed micro-cloud, micro-service technology. The company has collaborated with major global service providers, device OEMs, and IP vendors. Available in the App Store, this month the company launched its first consumer branded product called “mimik access”. This app makes it easy to instantly access and share digital content across devices and platforms. mimik’s technology is a patented, transformative edge-based micro-cloud technology.

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Tensorcom names Siavash Alamouti to Board of Directors

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Siavash Alamouti, Inventor of Alamouti MIMO Code and Visionary Behind WiGig, a Key Addition to Team

CULVER CITY, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Tensorcom, a member of the NantWorks family of companies, today announced the appointment of Siavash Alamouti to its board of directors.

“Siavash has been advising Tensorcom for several years and we are fortunate to have him join our Board of Directors. He has a long and impressive track record in the wireless industry, which includes designing some of the early mobile data protocols and inventing the Alamouti MIMO code, which is now included in nearly every device. Siavash was also the visionary behind WiGig, the missing piece in the wireless ecosystem that provides multi-gigabit seamless wireless data transmission across devices. We look forward to his insights as we further develop and advance our strategic direction and product roadmap,” said Patrick Soon-Shiong, founder and Chairman of Tensorcom.

“We first started the initiative for WiGig in 2005, when I was the CTO for Intel’s Mobile Wireless Group. After 10 years, it is finally becoming a reality and WiGig products are starting to appear. Tensorcom has a unique position due to its development of an extremely small and low power solution, which has the potential to significantly accelerate the adoption of WiGig in phones and IoT devices. I’m enthusiastic to join the Tensorcom board and help take the company to the next stage of growth and development,” said Alamouti.

“We invested in WiGig and Tensorcom to accelerate availability of multi-Gig wireless data transport for medical devices. Our vision now includes many applications and use cases for the technology within and outside of the health sector, and we are excited to see that it is finally becoming a reality. Siavash will be instrumental while we are preparing for commercial launch and help us focus on the various opportunities and engagements. Siavash is known for his technical knowledge, passion for the use of technology for the benefit of mankind and commercial pragmatism. He is a great addition to our team,” said Fay Arjomandi, CEO of Tensorcom.

About NantMobile

NantMobile, a member of the NantWorks ecosystem of companies, is committed to developing mobile technology that provides enriched day-to-day enjoyment, utility, and wellness to consumers. Our patented technology transforms the way people interact with the world based on interconnectivity and the recognition of objects, sounds and moving images from any mobile computing device, capturing intent, time and location in real-time and delivering personalized, digital experiences accordingly.

NantMobile’s core product, the iD Browser application, is a mobile recognition platform that allows people to browse the physical world around them, unlocking digital experiences, coupons, content and information from featured brands that they know, like and trust. Visit and www.idbrowser.comfor more information.

mimik technology at the international CES 2015

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mimik at the International Consumer Electronics Show

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, December 23rd 2014—mimik technology is introducing its patented software platform to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 6-9, 2015.

The CES is the world’s premier gathering place for consumer technologies. It has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for more than 40 years and the global stage where innovations are introduced to the marketplace.

mimik President and CEO, Siavash Alamouti — an industry leader known for his contributions in technology— will attend the CES.  “We are very excited to be at CES 2015 to introduce mimik and our software solutions that improve consumer experience with digital devices and content.”

“We have music, video, photos, and files spread across many devices that don’t talk to each other”, Mr. Alamouti states. “This has been creating a fragmented and poor user experience and will get even worse when all our other gadgets become connected to the Internet in the future. mimik software empowers people to easily access, share, and control all their digital assets from any device and any place, privately and securely”.

mimik’s patented technology enables service providers to cost-effectively deliver personalized services such as media entertainment, TV, and communications to any connected device or screen, connected from anywhere in the world. The mimik system introduces a flexible liquid-cloud architecture that allows its solutions to be ported onto a combination of cloud servers, set-top boxes, gateways, or even HDMI dongles without costly infrastructure build out.

Mr. Alamouti continues, “Our mission is to liberate consumers from the fragmented world of networks, OS, devices, TV subscriptions, monitoring, and home-automation systems, etc. and to empower them to control everything centrally and intuitively. We have developed a multi-screen and cross-platform solution that makes the consumer’s life a lot easier. We have a truly unique and winning technology that is sure to impress our guests at CES in January.”.

About mimik

mimik technology is a software company dedicated to providing a personalized multi-screen experience for all digital content. For more information, visit or to arrange a meeting at CES, contact Sam Armani at or call her at +1-604-307-3840.

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