The Mission of PeerSat is to deliver digital content
from one peer to another peer, leveraging satellite technology. This leveraged
satellite technology could be:
· Satellites broadcasting digital content to devices
· Use of GPS satellite or other location signals
· Imagery or other digital content generated by satellites
A peer, as defined by PeerSat, is any computing device
that can decipher the 1’s and 0’s of digital computer language
and a peer has the ability to communicate with another device. A node,
as defined by PeerSat, is any peer that is connected to another peer.
All commercial satellite dishes are peers and nodes
to the satellite uplink center sending them television. All wireless
phones are peers to the PCS tower sending them digital communications
and are nodes to the computers sending them voice and data traffic.
The PeerSat Motto, “Where Every Node is
Your Neighbor”, simply means that when all people are connected
by digital communications devices (peers) that are connected as nodes
to a computer network, then it will be cheaper to send digital content
to more paying subscribers.