Tech inventor talks about queen ants, his patent journey and how his technology helps in the Internet of Things

A Mesa tech inventor has received a patent on a new software technology that provides extra processing capability for the boom of Internet of Things devices.

Alfonso Iniguez, CEO and founder of Mesa-based intellectual property company Swarm Technology LLC, developed the technology to change the paradigm of a typical computer's CPU (central processing unit) and processor used to operate, he said.

“You have a queen ant and the co-processors are worker ants. This technology allows you to have ultimate expandability, and it’s a perfect application for the Internet of Things,” Iniguez told me. “How do you get all those devices to talk to each other in a common language? This technology gives a way for that to happen. It’s a better architecture that allows you to harness the processing power within the context of Internet of Things. It provides a way to harness that processing power.”

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