AtomBeam

Radically Efficient Software for IoT

AtomBeam

Radically Efficient Software for IoT

Moraga, CA
Technology
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AtomBeam is a radical rethinking of how data is transmitted and stored for the age of the internet of things (IoT). AtomBeam’s advanced software technology uses machine learning to reduce the size of IoT data files by 75% or more while adding ultra-light security, with transformative potential for the machine data age.

$1,730,931

raised
1,029
Investors
$10M
Valuation Cap
5.0%
Annual Interest Rate
$500.00
Min. Investment
20.0%
Discount Rate
Conv. Note
Offering Type
01/05/23
Maturity Date
4
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$1,730,931

raised
1,029
Investors
$10M
Valuation Cap
5.0%
Annual Interest Rate
$500.00
Min. Investment
20.0%
Discount Rate
Conv. Note
Offering Type
01/05/23
Maturity Date
4
Days Left

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Reasons to Invest

AtomBeam can be used in almost any IoT device, from cellular to automotive, representing a market opportunity that is projected to be $37.5 billion by 2025
AtomBeam’s innovative technology is protected by seven issued and three pending patents
Deep leadership team with extensive experience in software, technology, mathematics, management, sales, finance, and startups

AtomBeam is not what you’d expect

AtomBeam® is a data compaction software company that shrinks, secures, and speeds data transmission. We have pioneered a technology that not only significantly reduces the size of machine-generated/IoT data, but also includes built-in, ultralight security. Management believes that no other technology can consistently and significantly reduce the size of IoT data messages; even the most advanced data compression algorithms are generally ineffective for IoT data.

With highly versatile use cases in computing, automotive, satellite communications, and more, our mission is to become the universal standard in IoT data transmission and storage. With the unique ability to effectively triple or quadruple existing network capacity with software, combined with a very small footprint, AtomBeam has the potential to reimagine how data is transmitted. AtomBeam has a production product that is in customer field testing. 

The Problem


Rapidly growing machine data is straining networks

Machine data is growing rapidly with 90 zettabytes projected in 2025 (source), while the storage capacity of all the data centers in the world is at about two zettabytes (source). This overwhelming amount of data is placing mounting pressure on networks, slowing and often overloading networks, and costs for end-users is a major problem. 98% of IoT data are also unsecured, but surveys consistently rank security at the top IoT concern (source and source). 

The Solution


A highly compact, fully integrated solution

AtomBeam’s highly compact, state-of-the-art software addresses all of these pain points. Using a sophisticated and efficient ecosystem of algorithms and computational paradigms, AtomBeam autonomously, and invisibly reduces machine/IoT data typically by 75%.  


AtomBeam’s product was launched in October 2020, following an extensive development and testing regimen.  Several large prospective customers are currently testing the product, which to date has performed according to specifications and without encountering issues of significance.

Our solution can make data move four times faster or increase bandwidth by a factor of four. Our software has ultralight security built-in, allowing for enhanced battery life, increased transmission range, searchable and randomly accessible stored, compacted data.

The Market


A multi-trillion dollar market opportunity through virtually all devices

We’re entering a massive market opportunity as the potential impact of IoT is projected at $11 trillion by 2025 (source). Our cost-effective solution has the potential to reduce the projected total cost of connectivity, security, and cloud services by up to 75%, a potential $200 billion impact in 2025 (source).

AtomBeam technology benefits virtually all new devices, including cell phones, laptops, sensors, manufacturing machines, automobiles and trucks, aircraft, UAVs, data centers, and so much more.

OUR LEADERSHIP


A deep bench of talent with startup, tech, and business acumen

AtomBeam is led by a deep bench of talent, experienced in technology, mathematics, and business development. 

Charles Yeomans, CEO, has over 25 years of experience in executive management and investment banking. He has led as CEO at two prior companies and was a COO of a third. He has a Stanford MBA and deep experience in technology, finance, and management. 


Asghar Riahi, CTO, is the originator behind the idea of AtomBeam and responsible for the product and IP. As a highly experienced Silicon Valley technologist, he has over 25 years of experience managing software and IT solutions in the areas of Cloud, IoT, security, and disaster recovery solutions. Prior to AtomBeam, he managed technical and software teams at Hewlett Packard, Siemens, Red Hat, and Seagate. 


Josh Cooper, PhD Chief Scientist, is a mathematics professor at the University of South Carolina. He is AtomBeam’s chief software architect and holds degrees from MIT and UCSD. 

Kent Warren, Chief Revenue Officer, is focused on the company’s global sales and strategic partnerships. He has previous experience managing sales teams at SAP and Oracle.


In addition to senior management, the company boasts a deep business development and technology team that has extensive experience across networking, cloud storage, and WAN optimization. They are committed to the company’s mission and path towards launching a ubiquitous, critical technology product.

Our Traction


Successful corporate trials and patented technology

Our product is being tested by several large corporations including a $75 billion multinational Japanese consumer electronics conglomerate for precision imaging in smart manufacturing, a Fortune 50 heavy equipment manufacturer for use in their telematics, a $50 billion Korean electronics conglomerate using for smart manufacturing and automotive telematics, a Germany-based $25 billion electronics manufacturer using AtomBeam for smart buildings, a large satellite operator for classified government applications, a high profile electric bus company, and the US Navy for use in transmitting submarine detection data.


Our product works seamlessly and has completed satellite data transmission testing on five petroleum tankers, as well as for smart factory data, wearables, acoustic data, connected car data, smart manufacturing, and much else.  AtomBeam works at the bit level, making the source of the data irrelevant.  

We released our customer portal in October 2020, which along with AtomBeam’s software development kit allows large companies to test their data on our site or their servers. Our innovative technology is protected by seven issued and three pending patents.

The Business Model


A high gross margin B2B model, with the net-zero cost of goods

AtomBeam has two potential revenue streams: via direct, primary sales to large corporations, and via reseller arrangements with device and other platform makers.

For our potential revenue streams, servers would incur an annual $25,000 fee and volume charges based on the number of connected devices, with a target total price of $30,000 per server per year. For enterprise customers with millions of devices, our annual revenue would potentially equal between $1 and $10 million. In making these revenue projections for 2021, the Company expects to have a Cost of Goods Sold of approximately $250,000, a gross margin of 85%, and fixed costs of $2.4 million. We are assuming this growth in 2021 because the product has reached a level of maturity and interest by prospective customers has been demonstrated. Please note these are forward looking projections. You can refer to our Forward Looking Information legend at the bottom of this page and our risk factors section in our Offering Memorandum for further details.

The AtomBeam business model is based on a heavy drive to completely autonomous installation and uses, making the cost of goods essentially zero.

*The above includes Forward Looking Information regarding our target revenue goals per user, please refer to the Risk Factors of our Form C.

What We Do


Data storage and security reimagined

AtomBeam’s advanced software technology uses machine learning to reduce the size of individual internet of things data files by 70% or more while adding security. The below data was analyzed and prepared by the AtomBeam team based on internal research and analysis. 

Our software uses AI to seek out data patterns in a sample set of thousands or even millions of IoT files. When a data pattern repeats frequently in various files, it is placed in a Codebook. An index or Codeword is then assigned to the pattern.

Once complete, the codebook is loaded into a source, such as an IoT device, and then a destination. The source and destination can now communicate in Codewords rather than the original data, greatly reducing transmission latency and the size of data.

How We Are Different


No other technology synthesizes and compacts data as efficiently and securely

Management believes that no other technology significantly reduces the size of machine/IoT data as AtomBeam does. Our competition is often limited to the bandwidth of cellular carriers, satellite communications providers, and others. 

With seven patents secured and three pending, our proprietary technology uniquely integrates top-of-line security with efficiency and compact storage.

The Vision


The leading storage software that is virtually ubiquitous

AtomBeam is a powerful, low-cost, and low-risk technology. Users continue to test our software in their systems and are moving to adoption, proving that AtomBeam has never lost a bit in transmission.

The highly compact size of code and light computing requirements means that the software can quickly become virtually ubiquitous - a perfect match for many companies.

Why Invest


Join the movement toward the fourth industrial revolution

AtomBeam has seven issued patents that protect a technology that may be one of the most important innovations of the fourth industrial revolution. We have a complete, demonstrable product that allows users to utilize the technology autonomously and at minimal cost, potentially providing ROI to customers that can be measured in months, even weeks. AtomBeam has traction with numerous large enterprises to be fully on board by the beginning of 2021. Join the movement.

In the Press

Atombeam: Big Things in Small Packages
January 1, 2017

Although 5G seems to be a solution with unlimited bandwidth, more speed and bandwidth is always welcome, and AtomBeam's value for users goes well beyond data size reduction.

Exclusive: AtomBeam Looks to Become Standard in IoT Data Transmission and Storage
January 1, 2017

AtomBeam Technologies is a new company looking to become the standard for IoT data transmission and storage thanks to its AI software which streams highly-compacted data with near-zero latency. Using the latest machine learning encoding techniques, the company aims to replace existing compression al

Data Overload Threatens to Incapacitate Our Networks
January 1, 2017

Despite claims that networks can handle what is coming, unless we increase the flow of data – we will not enjoy the benefits of current or forthcoming types of technology. AtomBeam's compaction is an answer to this problem.

Ubiquitous AI

Ubiquitous AI Corporation launches IoT data compression / secure communication AI solution "Atom Beam" that reduces IoT / M2M data transmission by 70-90% with AI patented technology on November 10

Offering Summary


Company

:

AtomBeam Technologies Inc.

Corporate Address

:

1036 Country Club Dr, Suite 200, Moraga, CA 94556

Offering Minimum

:

$10,000.00

Offering Maximum

:

$2,200,000.00

Minimum Investment Amount

(per investor)

:

$500.00











Terms


Offering Type

:

Convertible Promissory Notes

Type of Equity Converted Into

:

Common Stock

Conversion Trigger

:

$1,000,000.00

Maturity Date

:

January 05, 2023

Valuation Cap

:

$10,000,000.00

Discount Rate

:

20.0%

Annual Interest Rate

:

5.0%
















What is a Convertible Note?

A convertible note offers you the right to receive Common Stock in AtomBeam Technologies Inc.. The amount of Common Stock you will receive in the future will be determined at the next equity round in which the Company raises at least $1,000,000.00 in a qualified equity financing. The highest conversion price per security is set based on a $10,000,000.00  Valuation Cap or if less, then you will receive a 20.0% discount on the price the new investors are paying.  You also receive 5.0% interest per year added to your investment.  When the maturity date is reached, if the note has not converted then you are entitled to receive Common Stock equal to your investment and interest back at a price per security determined by dividing the Valuation Cap by the aggregate number of outstanding equity securities of the Company as of immediately prior (on a fully diluted basis).



*Annual Interest Rate subject to adjustment of 10% bonus for StartEngine shareholders. See 10% Bonus below

COVID Relief

This offering is being conducted on an expedited basis due to circumstances relating to COVID-19 and pursuant to the SEC’s temporary COVID-19 regulatory relief set out in Regulation Crowdfunding §227.201(z).

Expedited closing sooner than 21 days.

Further, in reliance on Regulation Crowdfunding §227.303(g)(2) A funding portal that is an intermediary in a transaction involving the offer or sale of securities initiated between May 4, 2020, and February 28, 2021, in reliance on section 4(a)(6) of the Securities Act (15 U.S.C. 77d(a)(6)) by an issuer that is conducting an offering on an expedited basis due to circumstances relating to COVID-19 shall not be required to comply with the requirement in paragraph (e)(3)(i) of this section that a funding portal not direct a transmission of funds earlier than 21 days after the date on which the intermediary makes publicly available on its platform the information required to be provided by the issuer under §§227.201 and 227.203(a).

Voting Rights of Securities Sold in this Offering

This offering includes a convertible note. The note converts into common stock which has a voting proxy in place. 

Voting Proxy. Each Subscriber shall appoint the Chief Executive Officer of the Company (the “CEO”), or his or her successor, as the Subscriber’s true and lawful proxy and attorney, with the power to act alone and with full power of substitution, to, consistent with this instrument and on behalf of the Subscriber, (i) vote all Securities, (ii) give and receive notices and communications, (iii) execute any instrument or document that the CEO determines is necessary or appropriate in the exercise of its authority under this instrument, and (iv) take all actions necessary or appropriate in the judgment of the CEO for the accomplishment of the foregoing. The proxy and power granted by the Subscriber pursuant to this Section are coupled with an interest. Such proxy and power will be irrevocable. The proxy and power, so long as the Subscriber is an individual, will survive the death, incompetency and disability of the Subscriber and, so long as the Subscriber is an entity, will survive the merger or reorganization of the Subscriber or any other entity holding the Securities. However, the Proxy will terminate upon the closing of a firm-commitment underwritten public offering pursuant to an effective registration statement under the Securities Act of 1933 covering the offer and sale of Common Stock or the effectiveness of a registration statement under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 covering the Common Stock.

Forward Looking Information Legend

THE OFFERING MATERIALS MAY CONTAIN FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS AND INFORMATION RELATING TO, AMONG OTHER THINGS, THE COMPANY, ITS BUSINESS PLAN AND STRATEGY, AND ITS INDUSTRY. THESE FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS ARE BASED ON THE BELIEFS OF, ASSUMPTIONS MADE BY, AND INFORMATION CURRENTLY AVAILABLE TO THE COMPANY’S MANAGEMENT. WHEN USED IN THE OFFERING MATERIALS, THE WORDS “ESTIMATE,” “PROJECT,” “BELIEVE,” “ANTICIPATE,” “INTEND,” “EXPECT” AND SIMILAR EXPRESSIONS ARE INTENDED TO IDENTIFY FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS, WHICH CONSTITUTE FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTS. THESE STATEMENTS REFLECT MANAGEMENT’S CURRENT VIEWS WITH RESPECT TO FUTURE EVENTS AND ARE SUBJECT TO RISKS AND UNCERTAINTIES THAT COULD CAUSE THE COMPANY’S ACTUAL RESULTS TO DIFFER MATERIALLY FROM THOSE CONTAINED IN THE FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS. INVESTORS ARE CAUTIONED NOT TO PLACE UNDUE RELIANCE ON THESE FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS, WHICH SPEAK ONLY AS OF THE DATE ON WHICH THEY ARE MADE. THE COMPANY DOES NOT UNDERTAKE ANY OBLIGATION TO REVISE OR UPDATE THESE FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS TO REFLECT EVENTS OR CIRCUMSTANCES AFTER SUCH DATE OR TO REFLECT THE OCCURRENCE OF UNANTICIPATED EVENTS.

Investment Incentives and Bonuses*

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*All perks occur when the offering is completed.

The 10% Bonus for StartEngine Shareholders

Atombeam Technologies Inc. will offer 10% additional bonus interest for all investments that are committed by investors that are eligible for the StartEngine Crowdfunding Inc. OWNer's bonus.

Eligible StartEngine shareholders will receive a 10% increase in the annual interest rate on Convertible Promissory Notes in this Offering. This means your annual interest rate will be 5.5% instead of 5%.

This 10% Bonus is only valid during the investors eligibility period. Investors eligible for this bonus will also have priority if they are on a waitlist to invest and the company surpasses its maximum funding goal. They will have the first opportunity to invest should room in the offering become available if prior investments are cancelled or fail.

Investors will only receive a single bonus, which will be the highest bonus rate they are eligible for.

Irregular Use of Proceeds

We will not incur any irregular use of proceeds.

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Most recent fiscal year-end:
Prior fiscal year-end:
Total Assets
$148,559.00 USD
$126,717.00 USD
Cash And Cash Equivalents
$56,099.00 USD
$65,860.00 USD
Accounts Receivable
$0.00 USD
$0.00 USD
Short Term Debt
$143,776.00 USD
$110,317.00 USD
Long Term Debt
$1,418,330.00 USD
$883,411.00 USD
Revenues And Sales
$2,000.00 USD
$0.00 USD
Costs Of Goods Sold
$0.00 USD
$0.00 USD
Taxes Paid
$0.00 USD
$0.00 USD
Net Income
-$546,534.00 USD
-$840,076.00 USD

Risks

A crowdfunding investment involves risk. You should not invest any funds in this offering unless you can afford to lose your entire investment. In making an investment decision, investors must rely on their own examination of the issuer and the terms of the offering, including the merits and risks involved. These securities have not been recommended or approved by any federal or state securities commission or regulatory authority. Furthermore, these authorities have not passed upon the accuracy or adequacy of this document. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission does not pass upon the merits of any securities offered or the terms of the offering, nor does it pass upon the accuracy or completeness of any offering document or literature. These securities are offered under an exemption from registration; however, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has not made an independent determination that these securities are exempt from registration.


Updates

Reviews!

4 days ago

Hello everyone, and as always, many thanks to our investors. Things are going well, and we are seeing good progress on many fronts.

 

I was advised by people who know what they are talking about to switch from a funding milestone approach in these updates to being more thematic, which I think is a good suggestion. This one is about a review of our offering that we have seen that is helpful in digging into AtomBeam and offers perspective on how we compare to other crowdfunding options. We have been impressed by the diligence and work Kevin Fulmer of Crowdscale has done to understand what we do, the market for our product and the quality of his presentation. He made me aware of his video review in the comments section and spent a serious amount of time working to understand AtomBeam. Without further ado or comment, here is the link:

 

Kevin Fulmer’s Crowdscale review:



To be completely transparent, no one at AtomBeam had any input on this review – we did not know about it until it was published. For Kevin, be sure you like/comment/subscribe – he worked hard on it, as you will see.

 

  • Charles

A Quick Update

6 days ago

I am super busy and so have to be brief – for reasons everybody should like. First, as always, many thanks for your investments. We are putting them to good use.

 

We are still working the leads and talking to investors, which in one case I think could merge (via corporate venture capital).  We are getting pretty deep on the DoD stuff – a lot of conversations going on now as a follow up to our current USAF contract with Air Force “customers” as they call it. In case anyone would like to know how we see ourselves as fitting in defense technologies, here is a (non-public) video presentation I did for the Air Force and Space Force at their request:

 


Final thought on customers. You all know blockchain and crypto is hot stuff. We have been approached by a crypto company that has a way to use our technology that could be very impactful on the whole blockchain ecosystem. I can’t give any details – there is likely some more patents we could file, so tace is Latin for candle. I do not want to overstate this, because we are early in the conversations, but the proof of concept work looks very promising. Crypto/blockchain tech gets massive valuations, of course, so this is something worth a (fortunately minor) diversion of resources.

 

We are using most of your capital to improve the product, file more patents and work the market. We have some pretty great people and continue to add them – it is pretty cool to see folks come to work for us at much less than they could earn elsewhere just to be a part of what we are building. One day not too long from now we will pay people what they are worth, but we are on a mission here and everyone here is bought in. It is a little trite, I know, but we think we will change the world.   Hang with us and you will see.

 

  • Charles

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9 days ago

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18 days ago

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A Really Big Deal - $1.5 million!

about 1 month ago

$1.5 million! Who would have thought that an enterprise software company with an embedded product would be such a successful deal? Amazing and great – thanks again to all of our investors. Especially for the extra work it takes to understand our technology and the implications. If this was 2007 and I was trying to explain what a big deal the iPhone would be, a lot of folks would be scratching their heads and saying I am exaggerating. A bold comparison, I know, but I think in our own way we can be just as disruptive, even if we are invisible doing it.  In any case, thanks for the taking the effort to get your head around what we do.

 

It has been a while since my last update. The reason is we have been so busy that it is getting to be a little over the top. Between work on the software, filing new patents (three since the last update) and filling the pipeline (we keep getting interest from big prospective customers, even though we are focused on smaller companies as quicker hits).  Plus attending conferences, dealing with tax filings, audits, a new website (coming) and a lot more. It comes in waves, though, and I am hoping for a little bit of a respite – but not from sales prospects, of course.

 

Now on to the subject of today’s lecture, strategic vision. As we get the smaller companies onboarded and build credibility and relationships with the big end users, our focus will be on four fronts (for now, we are always probing):

 

  • End users, focusing on enterprise customers who have multiple uses for the technology
  • Satellite operators as potential partners (we are working with a big one right now)
  • Cloud service providers as a potential partners (think AWS, Azure), and
  • Software IoT platforms, which are like the operating system for IoT deployments.

 

In general, a partnership would look like this: through partners, we would provide our client software for free to device makers. They build it into their equipment, or provision devices via a software IoT platform. The devices are then sold to end users as a part of an IoT deployment. The end user would have the option to choose to activate AtomBeam, like a “turbo” option that lowers their cost of data, increases its speed, adds security and so forth. If the end user opts to use AtomBeam, they incur a cost that is paid, along with the rest of their bill, to the IoT software platform or the cloud service provider. It would be a no brainer for most. This hugely expands our sales reach and eliminates a lot of billing headaches we would otherwise incur. We would just need to audit the bill occasionally. This means we would have a pretty low operating cost and be highly leveraged from an operating perspective.

 

We will never have the sales reach of a Microsoft/Azure (big player in cloud services) or a PTC (one of the biggest players in IoT software platforms). To realize AtomBeam’s potential, and to take advantage of our status as an enabling, rather than stand-alone technology, AtomBeam needs to be the “Intel inside”. We can get big a lot faster by this means.

 

The other big push is with end users who will adopt our technology for internal use. That includes automakers for use in autonomous cars, a manufacturer for precision manufacturing images, a retail chain for internal data communications, a defense contractor that sends data over satellite from their devices and other such applications that may not include a software IoT platform or sending data to a cloud service. Many of these users will be big companies, but a number of them will be small and medium sized businesses.

 

The ultimate goal is for AtomBeam to be built into virtually any connected device, in most cases without any awareness of our presence by the end user. They just know that the device they bought has a lot more capabilities than the old device had, or if they opted to upgrade the software of an old device, the device works far better than it did before. Ultimately, our very ambitious goal is to scrape a few pennies off of virtually every IoT device in existence – become the default option. When one machine talks to another machine, which is going to be the world we live in, AtomBeam should be there. That is a pretty big vision, but we bring real value to the table for just about every machine/machine interaction, and that speaks to a potential for virtual universality. Whether we achieve that or not is up to us, and the ecosystem and capital that supports us.

 

For now, the focus is and will remain capturing small/medium, and to some extent big accounts. But when we get that traction I think we can move quickly to consummating some partnerships. We are already lining those up and I think with some traction in the market we have the credibility with the big potential partners to start getting some to close.

 

Thanks, as always, for your support and the capital we need to grow this company. I am excited about the possibilities – I wish it did not take so long, but with a product that has to be integrated into another company’s software it is always harder to get it started. We are making real, tangible progress, however, and I am confident that we will get there in the near future.

 

  • Charles

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about 1 month ago

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2 months ago

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(Almost!) $1.15 Million!

3 months ago

Sorry it has been a while since I have provided an update. It has been pretty busy. We are in the middle of a big overhaul of the website, a heavy maintenance update of the code, have been in conversations with a bunch of new prospects and are, most important of all, working on getting our first paying customers closed. Not to mention in conversation with 20+ venture firms. What I need is to move houses or something, too – then you could find me in the looney bin.

 

As always, thanks to everyone who has invested. We are in this together and are putting your hard earned money to good use. We remain as excited about AtomBeam as ever. As I have mentioned before, I wish I could have investors listen in on a call with a prospect to hear their reaction when I explain what we do. I can’t tell you how gratifying it is, and I know it is hard to get the feel of it unless you hear it for yourself. I thought it would be a cool thing, though, to try and give you a feel for what those initial calls with prospects are like. At least, so far as my descriptive powers allow.

 

The example I chose for a prospect call is one from today, since it is fresh and also representative. The connection was made by a key advisor I am hoping will soon join our board of directors, so a warm lead. It is a company that makes high-speed data communication systems used by the government, emergency agencies and by private companies. The data is sent over radios to point to point and over all kinds of networks, including SATCOM, cellular, Wi-Fi, wired and other communications systems.  These radios and associated equipment are highly portable and capable of sophisticated data capture and transmission. The company itself is one of the leaders in its space.

 

On the call besides our own people were the CEO, the CTO, the VP of Strategic Development and a senior manager responsible for business development. We took them through our standard product deck, with me doing most of the initial introduction of the technology, with frequent interactions involving several members of our team (we had included all of our heavies on this one because they were bringing their big guns) and all of them had a role in delving into key aspects of the technology.

 

I am not overstating things when I say that they were very excited about what they heard. They dug in deep on many of the key advantages we bring. Here is a screenshot of a key slide in our product deck, with the areas that they focused on the most (besides the compaction/increased effective bandwidth):

 

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What you notice is that they liked everything, pretty much. Their data generally does not go to a cloud service, and so the savings on cloud service storage is irrelevant. Here were their thoughts on the other advantages we provide:

 

  • Data reduction is a critical issue for them, since their customers are highly bandwidth constrained. Compression is not practical since they cannot afford latency.
  • Security is a major issue for them, and they see AtomBeam as a key to solving certain issues (ultralightweight/fast encryption) that are a problem for them now.
  • They have a new product that is a major battery hog that is a problem for them and a competitive disadvantage. They think we could help solve that issue.
  • Random access/searchability of stored data they believe would be very valuable for a customer who is wrestling with the problem of the usability of massive “data lakes”.
  • For anyone using radios, extra range is always a good thing.

 

One thing I like to do on these calls to the extent I have our brain trust involved is to demonstrate to the prospect that we have the engineering/scientific chops they would like to see. We have good, articulate people that can shine in these conversations. I do not think of it as showing off, but more along the lines of providing comfort to the prospect that we are solid. Our team is impressive.

 

The one-hour call was immediately followed up by the CEO requesting our NDA, which I provided. Their attorney had vetted it within an hour and returned it with minor comments and a signature. I countersigned it and we are already exchanging information. They are already talking about how impactful the potential inclusion of AtomBeam in their products will be, saying that we could be a “significant way of differentiating” their offerings. To quote the CEO in a follow up email, “Good call today, I believe we see a fit.”

 

The critical thing here is follow up. Our VP Business Development has already developed the list of items we need to do, and we are starting to get those done. They will be using our online demo site, the AtomBeam Customer Portal, in coming days to test samples of their data, and will be engaging with the engineering staff on the specifics of what they need us to do for them.

 

This prospect is not atypical. Just about everyone we talk to sees the potential for us to impact their business, in many cases profoundly. It is pretty fun to get a “wow” just about every time you talk to someone about your product. It is motivating for everyone at AtomBeam. It also drives us to think long and hard about what it will take to scale up such a broadly appealing product, but that is a topic for a future update.

 

I hope this gives you at least a bit of a sense for what it is like to be out talking to sophisticated engineering prospects about AtomBeam. We get to have these conversations often, and they always rev me up. We are here on the ground floor of a potential revolution in machine communication, and it is up to us (with your help) to rise and become what this can be.

 

Thanks, as always, for your support.

 

  • Charles

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3 months ago

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One Million Dollars

3 months ago

When we first started down this crowdfunding path late last year, I (and others as well) were skeptical that we could raise money for such a technical product. I really like the idea of crowdfunding, though; lots of people can get in on what has been in the past a game that was exclusive to institutions and wealthy individuals. I have a lot of experience raising money for my own companies and for others as an intermediary, however, and I thought (as did StartEngine) that it was worth giving it a go. The conventional wisdom in venture and active angel investors is that crowdfunding makes sense for consumer products, not enterprise software companies.   The “makes sense” part is about the fact that people can get their heads around something they can picture themselves using or experiencing, like a tasty microbrew, or at least something tangible, like an industrial robot. Software, in their view, does not fit.

 

I think a lot of whether this works or not is communication; building a level of understanding and some basic trust is the responsibility of the company. Most of you who have invested are not software engineers and so explaining compaction in a way that conveys its potential is a challenge, but I think the fact that I, too, am not an engineer actually helps in that. I see things very much as you do, although with of course a lot more information. Regardless, I think we can all look on this effort as a big success. If we can get everything done on the extension, we can look forward to more of the same. Thank you all for your investments and continuing interest in AtomBeam. We have a tiger by the tail and keeping up is tough, but so far we are hanging in, and will continue to work hard for you.

 

And now for an update on progress, with the caveat that it has only been a week (!) since my last one. We have been focusing a lot of effort in two areas: knocking down everything in the path of signing up the first couple of customers, and smoothing the path for prospective customers to test the software. To those ends we are doing a lot of internal communications to ensure we have everyone on the same page. Getting your first customers is tough, no matter how compelling your value proposition, but we are making steady progress and focusing the key people in the company on achieving that. We are also working with some advisors who have experience with selling a middleware product like ours, one that needs to be integrated into the customer’s “software stack”. Our CTO and VP Engineering has a lot of experience with that problem as well, and we are instituting some key initiatives to simplify the customer testing and onboarding that I think will help move us faster as we go.

 

Final point. Last week our VP Business Development, Dave White, and I attended a virtual conference for automotive tech. We met with three major car companies and a similar number of major automaker suppliers. I wish I could provide recordings of those calls; I think you would be pretty jazzed about how they went. To take one example, a research engineer seeking new technologies for their employer, a major US carmaker, said, “this is what we talk about all the time, how can we deal with all the data that these cars will be generating?”

 

As always, thank you for your time, interest and investments.  We are working hard to use them wisely.

 

  • Charles

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3 months ago

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$900K – Amazing and Cool!

3 months ago

As always, thanks to everyone for their participation in our financing. This is just great. Every time I check the total it has ticked up another few thousand.

 

When we started this process, I really did not know if it would work.  We don’t sell a fun kind of beer or a newfangled toothbrush, and trying to convey how a fairly exotic bit of software can change the world is challenging. But so many investors really do get it; it is gratifying beyond the value of the capital that you do. I want to thank you for taking the time and effort to read though so much information and to understand something as esoteric as AtomBeam’s technology. I really appreciate every investment.  Thank you.

 

On to new developments. The big Korean company continues its process, and as I had predicted it is not fast. There are two other smaller but highly credible prospects that have now passed the Korean company in turns of how advanced they are in the sales process, and we are working those hard. I am loath to give a prediction on when they might close, or any of the other ones in the pipeline, because these early customers just take a long time and I have been burned before trying to do that.  I think it is likely, however, that the onboarding time will go down significantly as we get a bit further along.

 

More very big prospects keep popping up and starting a dialogue. We will be entering discussions with one of the biggest oil companies in the world next week. There is a huge number of potential applications there. We were also approached by a very large Japanese manufacturer, who asked for information and is reviewing it now. Finally, two of the biggest cloud service providers are now talking to us about their partnership programs. We keep seeing a lot of incoming activity.

 

Final thought. We have had a bunch of questions on expanding/extending the StartEngine capital raise. We will make a final determination by mid this week. The reason for the delay is the very high level of interest from venture firms; I am doing two calls a day with them, but they will not get anything in the timeframe we have to make a decision on extending the round. I think to get us to an A round next year we will need at least another million, and $2 million would be more comfortable. In the end, I think we will likely expand this round to $2 million, although I need final board approval. We also are working to complete the audit we need to expand the size of the round, which should be ready early this week. As promised, I will provide you will all the notice I can.  

 

As always, thank you very much for your support, and keep the questions coming.

 

  • Charles

$750K and the Pace is Accelerating

4 months ago

Thanks, as always, to our new investors!  We are working hard to keep focus and make your investment successful.  This is an exciting time.

 

We are in the late stages now of our 10-week process with StartX, the Stanford accelerator. I don’t think I have done justice to the impact it is making. This is one of the top accelerators around, highly selective, terrific companies in different stages all pulling together for mutual support, advice, and sharing connections. Just in Q1 this year they had four companies do exits worth over $1BN aggregate, and several unicorns are alumni companies.  We have much to be thankful for to have been selected for this group, and are doing our best to give back. One of the coolest things is their “Demo Day”, for which I did a three minute video pitch that has been viewed 177 times so far by venture firms, corporate venture capital and angel investors. I am getting overwhelmed with requests to meet and have received many very positive comments. Overwhelmed is good.

 

StartX is supported by several companies, of which I must call out Amazon Web Services, or AWS, as a standout.   They have really been terrific. They have three full time dedicated employees supporting StartX companies, led by Nick Ellis, an experienced entrepreneur who gets what we need. They also have given us $25K in credits each year for two years. We are grateful for their help.

 

And now for the big news. I think at some point I mentioned that we applied for an Air Force phase 1 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant. It is a small award, only $50K, but it is the path to a phase 2 award, which tops out at $750K and even a phase 3 of up to $15 million. Most DoD phase 1 SBIRs are about a 10:1 application:selection ratio. We were notified yesterday that we won.

 

The $50K is great, of course, but the possibility of getting a phase 2, and adding the prospect of becoming a contractor to the USAF is a very positive development, to understate the case. Chances of getting to a phase 2 from a phase 1 are much better than winning a phase 1, typically around 2:1.  This opens up a world of not only directly contracting with the USAF and other DoD, but also defense contractors that can use our technology in their products. We had previously, in our very early days, had a Navy grant but did not get to phase 2; it was not an application for which our technology was suited, and our tech and company were not mature. Today, the case is altered. No guarantees, of course, but I think we have a pretty good shot at getting this to a phase 2.

 

It may be germane at this point to mention that in a prior life I was a Naval Intelligence Officer, had high clearances and worked as a briefer to the Chief of Naval Operations and the Secretary. I think that background helps in cases like this.

 

So, to provide a coda for this missive, I will turn to my erstwhile fictional colleague, Maverick, to give us his wisdom on investing in AtomBeam.

 

- Charles

Passing $700K and Focused on Revenue

4 months ago

Thanks to everyone for continuing to support our fundraising – it is a great thing for us to see so many of you coming along to ride with us. Everyone in the company is watching the progress and is spurred on by your support.

 

We are focused on closing business. The engineering guys are working to find ways that we can make our technology as easy to use as we possibly can, a critical factor in gaining customers. The sales guys (and I) are working to clear away any obstacles we can find to making things happen. There is a ton of work – not surprisingly – and everyone understands the mission. We are convinced (as are many advisors and prospective customers) that once we have a couple of credible, significant customers we will roll. So our focus is to get those customers. We have people in major companies, like Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Gartner, as well as the prospective customers themselves, rooting for us and helping however they can. It takes a village to get over this hump, and we have our forces assembled. We continue to work closely with several prospects who remain enthusiastic about the product and feel good about getting a deal to close, I hope soon.

 

A bit on how we see things as we get further along, our long term vision for scaling. We think that ultimately we need to become a no-brainer, an invisible turbocharger that is there when a smart building infrastructure architect buys an IoT sensor, when a carmaker buys a telematics device or in any other circumstances in which machines connect to a network. That is why the discussions with AWS are so important; we need to be on both ends of the network, so a user does not need to think about it. Even big companies do not want to think about integrating a technology if they can help it; they need a bigger potential return if they have to undertake an engineering project, no matter how minor.

 

We think that the way we get to the big numbers, then, is to be a built-in default. If we can do that, we will be a more or less standard component of the firmware of IoT chips and devices. Even if we just get a few pennies for a device, times a billion, it works out pretty well. To get to that place, though, we need to be ultra-simple and ultra-reliable. That vision is what we all know and think about all the time. It guides product development, quality assurance testing, creation of user manuals, how we talk about the product and everything else. It is our guiding vision. Default is the place to be.

 

The steps to getting to that point are pretty clear in our minds. We need to get some creditable accounts in the door, focus on two or so verticals to build on (telematics being one), and then expand to more, adding product management and focusing on a wider number of verticals. In parallel, we will continue to drive the technology to be as simple as it can be, and push makers of cloud services, IoT devices and chipsets to build in our technology. Over time we think this will tend to drive our pricing down but our acceptance way up.

 

That is the vision for the future. I am a big believer in having everyone understand and buy into a clear vision of what we are all working to deliver. I and other senior people in the company can’t be part of every decision that is made, but if everyone understands where we want to go, the right choice will be made most of the time, whether we ever know it.

 

Thanks again for your support.

 

  • Charles

$650k and Gearing Up

4 months ago

The staff is very excited about the great support we are getting from investors. Thanks to your investments, we are moving quickly on critical engineering staff moves and are able to push our sales and marketing efforts harder. As I mentioned before, multiple, significant companies are now engaged in discussions about moving forward. We think a more will be in that position soon – hard to tell, exactly, but you can read when someone is serious about what they are doing, and that is what we think. It is hard to predict timing on any of it – we are not privy to their internal discussions, of course – but we seem to be making the right moves.

 

On the software development front, our current focus is making our product more simple to install and use. Engineers want to tinker and pressure test software, but they also want to be up and running quickly. They are just like the rest of us when it comes to getting things in motion. To that end, we brought on a technical writer (part time) who is working with one of our ace engineers, Jim Frandeen, to update our manuals, and the engineers are working to make the interface as simple as it can be – two commands and you are in business. This is the kind of thing that seems like a detail but is incredibly important. And, of course, we continue to develop the features, speed and efficiency of the product in parallel. Our key feature project for now, being worked on by Anton Swifton, a brilliant mathematician, is the searchability/accessibility feature that allows stored data to be searched and retrieved as though it was in its original format – I can’t tell you what a big deal that is.  We are well on our way to getting that done, having completed step five of seven steps.

 

A couple more pieces of news.  First, we filed another patent application. Its contents must remain secret for now, but the potential is pretty wild. When/if we reduce it to practice our software has even bigger implications. A big if, of course, but the value premise is compelling.   I wish I could talk about it. We can’t until the patent is published a year from now.

 

And the final news: we made it through a rigorous screening process to be invited to participate in Plug and Play Ventures’ high profile accelerator. We presented to them, and last week received the news, “After sitting down with our corporate partners, we are excited to inform you that AtomBeam was one of our highest rated startups that presented, and has been selected to be a part of our Silicon Valley Health Batch 12 Program.” This is a big opportunity; 400 significant corporations participate in their program all over the world, and I have heard from other startups that this is how they were able to get their sales to big companies moving – tons of great connections here. A GREAT opportunity to raise our profile with big companies and venture investors.

 

So there you have it. Never a dull moment, that’s for sure.


- Charles

Podcast on Angel Notes!

5 months ago

Manuel Bleve, who publishes the Angel Notes podcast for crowdfunding, is very selective in choosing companies for his interviews. He screens many companies, prepares carefully for the discussion, and is impressive in his understanding.  I think you will find his questions illuminating and helpful.  Give a listen if you are interested. I think he gave me an opportunity to provide a lot of important color on the technology and the company that I hope you will find useful.  I welcome any comments or questions you have.  Thanks for listening and your interest in AtomBeam in general.  Here is the link (and the URL in case you can't click on it): 

Podcast

https://www.angelnotes.co/meet-the-founder-atom-beam-ceo-charles-yeomans/

- Charles

A Major Milestone: Passing $500K and Rising Fast

5 months ago

Halfway to $1mm! The whole team is watching and excited that so many of you have joined us. It feels like validation, just like signing up a big customer. You work your butt off, deal with COVID, don’t get paid much and use your (in many cases very considerable) brains to deal with the esoteric mathematics and computer science challenges to be overcome that make the product go, and there is nothing like getting some understanding and appreciation back. The people involved in AtomBeam are on a mission, and are glad to have you with us.

 

OK, now some news. An interview was just published about the company in Kingscrowd (https://www.kingscrowd.com/founder-profile-atombeam-charles-yeomans/), a site that tracks crowdfunding campaigns. Our internal sales guy has put the link up on social media.  Which brings me to a point: how you can help promote the company.  If you have an account on one or more of these sites, follow us! The more numbers we get the more we get noticed by press and by extension, potential customers. Here are some links:

 

https://www.linkedin.com/company/35506010

https://www.facebook.com/AtomBeamTech/

https://twitter.com/AtomBeamTech

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVR_l_tlXbNgEsUwSlKSgRg

 

We would appreciate it, and you will get updates, as a matter of course, as they are posted. Thanks in advance for the help.

 

More news:

  • We were invited to present to Plug and Play Ventures “Selection Day”.  This is a pretty big deal, since they only choose 20 companies to present out of hundreds that are screened, and we get in front of some big companies and venture firms in the course of presenting our technology.
  • The Korean company continues to work with us on the deal terms. Nothing definitive yet.  Keep your fingers crossed – but it will be a while, most likely, since this is a big company and most of them do not move quickly. And there is lots of activity on the sales front besides them, too.
  • Next week we are applying for a USAF Phase 1 small business contract for applications of our technology to their needs.  Again, cross your fingers.
  • The other day we had a giant Japanese manufacturer reach out to us via our “info” email address asking to get a demo. See what I mean about getting the word out?

 

Your support has a major impact, and not just the funding. There is a lot going on, everyone is working super hard, and knowing that there are folks out there that see what we see and want to be a part of it is a great morale booster. Thanks!

 

  • Charles

$400K and moving like a big dog!

6 months ago

Thanks again to all who invested! The team is thrilled that so many of you understand the implications and potential of AtomBeam’s technology. We are continuing to work hard and plan to spend it wisely. Everyone on our staff is focused on the prize: getting major customers onboarded. To that end, we took a big step forward last week.

As I discussed in the comments below, the $50BN Korean company I have mentioned a couple of times before completed their initial evaluation of the AtomBeam technology and have concluded that it performs as we have described. They achieved 81% compaction on their test data, which astonished them. They have come to us with strong interest in making a license deal and potentially make an investment in AtomBeam. Obviously, we are happy with this development, and are working with them to get a deal set up. We presented to ~200 technology adopters at a Fortune 50 company last week as well, to some good reviews. A quote from the insider who set up the call: “Once again, fantastic presentation.  The example of the trucking telematics was an eye opener for several that I talked to.”

In other news, we bound an insurance policy for crowdfunding specifically: https://tigermark.assurely.com/investment.  Please review what the site says about this coverage.  I think it is an innovative approach designed to provide comfort to investors and the company.=

We are now moving ahead smartly to increase the rate of patent filings. We are working with our patent firm now to organize our ideas and have identified a minimum of six additional potential patents in addition to the seven issued and three pending patents we currently have in the portfolio. We have a terrific patent firm that is also economical that is working with us to build out a dense thicket of patents that would make it very difficult for a prospective competitor. Seven patents in the family is a strong position, but double or triple that number would make it even more intimidating as an IP barrier. When you are working with something so fundamentally new with so many implications, new ideas keep emerging. It is fun, and you as investors are a part of it.

Once again, thanks for your confidence in us, and let’s keep this going!

  • Charles

Notice of Funds Disbursement

6 months ago

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Moving along smartly, $300K!

6 months ago

Thanks to everyone who has invested!  We have passed $300k in under three weeks, and are on track for the capital raise.  

Everyone on the AtomBeam team remains committed and excited by the prospects we have before us. We have lots of folks who are willing to go the extra mile, not only because they are that kind of person, but because they want to be a part of what they believe one day could be a technology that everyone uses every day.  For technology people, this is a way to make your mark.  They have sacrificed much to make AtomBeam happen, and are cheerful and excited about what this company can be one day.

We are pushing hard on the sales front, because we think that nothing will increase the value of AtomBeam more than some sales in the near term to name brand companies. It is never easy for startups to get early sales done, but it is the focus of everybody in the company to get closings; great software, great sales, great followthrough.  Know that everyone from the CEO down is dedicated to making this a breakout year.

Thanks again for investing.  We will do our best to use the capital wisely.

- Charles

$200K and Counting!

6 months ago

Thanks very much to all of our new investors for your enthusiasm.  Your commitment is very gratifying to all of here at AtomBeam.  In turn, you have the commitment of the AtomBeam team to do our best for you.  This round of capital, when we close on the full amount (or at least close to that) will help us a lot in our principal tasks of improving and selling our product.  We will maintain a tight ship and work to apply the capital to where we perceive it to be most productive.  

One application of the technology that is not addressed in any depth in the offering or questions I have addressed is its potential use in satellite communication and other space applications.  Satellite data transmission is expensive, often dozens or hundreds of times more costly than sending data via cellular link.  For some users who need to communicate with remote devices, such as weather stations, offshore oil platforms or ships at sea, satellites are the only way to do it, and sending data can be a major cost item. In many of these circumstances adding AtomBeam's technology can reduce this cost by 75%, as well as reduce latency (the time it takes for the signal to reach its destination).  For NASA, sending a signal from a spacecraft at a distant planet requires enormous effort; the signal typically has all the power of a 20 watt light bulb and spreads out as it travels over millions of miles of space, and errors in the data become a major problem.  With AtomBeam, NASA could potentially vastly improve its deep space communication.  We just need to get them to pay attention. In general, though, space applications are a very exciting area for potential applications of the technology.  Here is a quick video that talks about satellite applications of the technology.

- Charles



Off to a Boffo Start!

6 months ago

Hello to our investors and followers!

We have already hit $137K in under three days, and still counting!  The team is excited that there is so much interest in the company and its technology.  This interest mirrors what we see in the market; big companies and smaller ones that have engaged with us are seeing the potential value the technology could bring to them as well.  It is up to AtomBeam to capture that potential, and our investors are going to help make that happen.

Here is a short video we did for potential customers to explain real world applications of the technology.  I think it hits the mark on why people are interested in the technology, and are devoting time and money testing it for their use.  I welcome your comments and questions and am glad that so many of you are excited about the potential of AtomBeam too!

- Charles Yeomans



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