Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
The Technical "Know-How"
Zeros and Ones Compression - It is Not Simple But We Did It
There are quite a few compression algorithms that can be used for both text and images. A basic
knowledge about how the different algorithms work can be confusing.
Which algorithm is best in the market today?
Unfortunately there is no fixed answer to that question. It all depends on the
type of file that has to be compressed as well as the actual content of the file.
The question whether you are willing to accept a lossy algorithm for that particular
file. JPEG compression is about 25% saving in file size (meaning a compressed file size 75% of the original file size) without
any further loss of image quality and with the ability to rebuild the original file.
We are focusing on the bits and not file's type when it comes to compression. To us,
it does not make a difference what type of file it is. Images with high resolution such
as medical images are the toughest to compress. We believe have the best compression
ratio than the ones in the market. We are not free to
give our secret away, but in a nutshell, we have three algorithms as follows:
• First algorithm would save 30%
• Second algorithm would save 40% to 50%
• Third algorithm would save over 60%
The speed of compressing and decompressing is as fast as CPU and compressing and decompressing
would be a fraction of what we have today. These algorithms can be a part of the CPU architect, or
put into its own chip and be installed in cameras, computers, phones, cars, etc. The compressed
format is also automatic encryption and the compressed-encrypted data is impossible to break and
the variation of encryption implementation is endless.