What is arguably the most redundant communications tool in history?
Early development of the internet began when the U.S. Department of Defense awarded funds to computer science laboratories in the 1960s. The U.S. government tasked these labs to create a communication network that's resistant to nuclear war.
Packet switching technology was developed to enable computers to communicate with each other. Over time, internet technology evolved to what it is today. Here's a key point; the internet was originally designed for emergency communication.
True to it's roots, the internet is the most redundant communication tool available today. The internet allows many alternate networks and devices available for information and communication regardless of geographical location.
These qualities became our blueprint when we developed FastCommand.