Source: Datametrex.
  • Datametrex (DM) has received two new patents for its secure data encryption solutions
  • The patents protect the company’s creation of two advanced encryption systems to further protect digital information from unauthorized access, corruption and theft
  • The IP was registered with the Korean Intellectual Property Office
  • Datametrex is a technology-focused company with exposure to artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, telehealth and the electric vehicle market
  • Datametrex (DM) is up by 3.45 per cent, trading at $0.15 per share

Datametrex (DM) has received two new patents for its secure data encryption solutions.

The patents – 10-1946195 and 10-1946196 – were registered with the Korean Intellectual Property Office on January 30, 2023.

They protect the company’s creation of two advanced encryption systems to further protect digital information from unauthorized access, corruption and theft.

The news follows momentum from numerous technology contracts in 2022 to make predictive analyses, mitigate risk and improve overall operations, which the company intends to continue through 2023.

“We have built a strong relationship with our clients and are always looking for new innovative ways to strengthen our technology to improve solutions and prevent risk,” stated Marshall Gunter, Datametrex’s CEO. “This year, Datametrex has a strong focus on building and expanding our core AI tech globally to a new level, and we look forward to sharing more soon.”

Datametrex is a technology-focused company with exposure to artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, telehealth and the electric vehicle market.

Datametrex (DM) is up by 3.45 per cent, trading at $0.15 per share as of 10:00 am EST.


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