14-Year-Old Inventor Unveils Patented Data Transfer Technology At Techweek LA

Nicolas Dupont, High School Sophomore and Cyborg Industries Founder, Demos Data Innovation

Nov 20, 2013, 19:24 ET from Techweek LA

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Techweek LA – Nicolas Dupont, a 14-year-old high school sophomore and tech entrepreneur is providing the Los Angeles tech and business community with the first look at Spectrocable, a revolutionary, patented data transfer technology.  Dupont is an inventor and  the founder of Cyborg Industries, a technology company that has been in stealth mode since the beginning of the year, and is launching its first innovations at Techweek.

Born in Paris, and currently attending high school in Florida, Dupont moved to the U.S. four years ago and launched Cyborg Industries shortly after. Spectrocable, his first invention to be launched and brought to market, is a new optical fiber system that uses 16 million different colors to increase data transfer speeds significantly, compared to technologies on the market today. With Spectrocable, data transfer will be instantaneous which will revolutionize the way we use the internet and share information. For example, the entire 40TB of the Library of Congress could be downloaded in less than half a second.  At Techweek Los Angeles, Dupont will be demoing this technology and revealing how it works for the first time with a working prototype. Details are as follows:

  • What: 14-Year-Old Inventor of Cyborg Industries's technologies Nicolas Dupont to Unveil Spectrocable among three other of his inventions at Techweek Los Angeles
  • When: Thursday, Nov. 21 at 2 p.m. PT
  • Where: L3 in Santa Monica, Level 3 of Santa Monica Place on Broadway between 2nd & 3rd St.
  • RSVP  + Interviews: For interview inquiries or information about press passes to Techweek Los Angeles please email: techweekla@zenogroup.com

"I'm looking forward to showcasing Spectrocable, Stealth Wireless, Shadow and Spectre Vault and discussing the future of Cyborg Industries for the first time. I hope the Los Angeles tech and business community will be excited by the potential this new technology holds," said Nicolas Dupont, founder and CEO, Cyborg Industries. "Spectrocable will change the way businesses organizations and consumers access and share information across the web."

Cyborg Industries is a rapidly growing software and hardware development company created exclusively for the purpose of marketing Nicolas's technologies. It is currently marketing four technologies known as Spectrocable, Stealth Wireless, Shadow and Spectre Vault. Those technologies apply in the field of optical fiber system, wireless networking, compression algorithm and encryption algorithm respectively.

Cyborg's first public appearance will be at 2 PM Thursday, November 21st, on the Summit Stage at Techweek LA during Nicolas Dupont's presentation. For additional information or to get in touch please visit: http://www.cyborg.co

Techweek is a weeklong set of events that enables the innovation ecosystem in each city's emerging tech scene by gathering local and international entrepreneurs, tech visionaries, and thought leaders. Techweek creates exciting programming that allows a global spotlight to shine on each ecosystem and its leaders.  Techweek had its inaugural Chicago conference in late July of 2011 and attracted more than 8,400 registered attendees at its event in June of 2013. It has expanded to include an expo, a hiring fair, a developer summit, a gaming lounge, workshops, riverside parties, and much more. Techweek hosted its first event in New York City on October 17th with Techweek Los Angeles following on November 18-24, 2013.  For additional details please visit: http://techweek.com/losangeles/.

For additional information contact:
Candice Garmoe
Zeno Group, for Cyborg

SOURCE Techweek LA