Since 1993 Alex has filed over 50 patents, they include pioneering work in many fields including:
  1. VOIP - Skype, Google, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, 1994
  2. Click to call technology Amazon, AT&T, Google 1995
  3. B2B exchanges
  4. Soft-switching and distributed call processing technologies ACMEpacket 1996
  5. Bandwidth-trading and real-time bandwidth-management
  6. Management of discounts on the web - Groupon, LivingSocial 2006
  7. Publishing of new content on the internet - Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin 2004
  8. Advertising Exchanges AdBrite, AdECN
  9. Trading in Electrical power 2001
  10. Transfer of electrical power without wires.
  11. Apple/Android App Store
  12. Charging EV without wires.
Please click on a link below to view the details of the following issued patents:

U.S. Patent Number, Date Issued, Patent Title

9,697,575 July 4, 2017
Trading in electric power
9,569,805 Feb 14, 2017
Intelligent routing of electric power
9,338,190 May 10, 2016
System and method of managing multimedia communications across convergent networks
8,890,472 Sep 16, 2010
Self-charging electric vehicles and aircraft, and wireless energy distribution system
7,945,502 May 17, 2011
Online trading and dynamic routing of electric power among electric service providers
7,856,378 December 21, 2010
Method and system for facilitating trading of media space
7,751,548 July 6, 2010
System and method for facilitating targeted marketing over a telecommunications network
7,724,879 May 25, 2010
Efficient communication through networks
7,600,029 October 6, 2009
System and method for generating, monitoring and reporting performance information relating to data transmissions
7,515,697 April 7, 2009
Method and a system for settlement of trading accounts
7,269,247 September 11, 2007
Efficient communication through networks
7,236,575 June 26, 2007
System and method for IP bandwidth trading
6,912,277 June 28, 2005
Assigning telecommunications services to matchable classes
6,731,729 May 4, 2004
Method and a system for settlement of trading accounts
6,553,115 April 22, 2003
Automated access telephone system
6,542,588 April 1, 2003
Method and system for global communications network management and display of market-price information
6,496,579 December 17, 2002
Method of and system for efficient use of telecommunication networks
6,442,258 August 27, 2002
Method and system for global telecommunications network management and display of market-price information
6,343,073 January 29, 2002
Method and system for efficient link utilization
6,226,365 May 1, 2001
Method and system for global communications network management and display of market-price information
6,188,756 February 13, 2001
Efficient communication through networks
6,144,727 November 7, 2000
Method and system for global telecommunications network management and display of market-price information
6,088,436 July 11, 2000
Automated callback system
6,078,654 June 20, 2000
Method of and system for efficient use of telecommunication networks
6,005,926 December 21, 1999
Method and system for global communications network management
5,825,872 October 20, 1998
Portable automated dialer with tone completion indicator
5,710,809 January 20, 1998
Method of and system for efficient use of telecommunication voice networks
5,694,464 December 2, 1997
Automated access telephone system
5,217,653 Jun 8, 1993
Method and apparatus for producing a stepless 3-dimentional object by stereolithography
GB2336068
Telecommunications Networks
2,451,042 Jan 3, 2003
Method and apparatus for provisioning a communication path
THOMAS JEFFERSON ON PATENTS

If nature has made any one thing less susceptible than all others of exclusive property, it is the action of the thinking power called an idea, which an individual may exclusively possess as long as he keeps it to himself; but the moment it is divulged, it forces itself into the possession of every one, and the receiver cannot dispossess himself of it. Its peculiar character, too, is that no one possesses the less, because every other possesses the whole of it. He who receives an idea from me, receives instruction himself without lessening mine; as he who lights his taper at mine, receives light without darkening me.

That ideas should freely spread from one to another over the globe, for the moral and mutual instruction of man, and improvement of his condition, seems to have been peculiarly and benevolently designed by nature, when she made them, like fire, expansible over all space, without lessening their density in any point, and like the air in which we breathe, move, and have our physical being, incapable of confinement or exclusive appropriation. Inventions then cannot, in nature, be a subject of property.

Society may give an exclusive right to the profits arising from them, as an encouragement to men to pursue ideas which may produce utility, but this may or may not be done, according to the will and convenience of the society, without claim or complaint from anybody. Accordingly, it is a fact, as far as I am informed, that England was, until we copied her, the only country on earth which ever, by a general law, gave a legal right to the exclusive use of an idea. In some other countries it is sometimes done, in a great case, and by a special and personal act, but, generally speaking, other nations have thought that these monopolies produce more embarrassment than advantage to society; and it may be observed that the nations which refuse monopolies of invention, are as fruitful as England in new and useful devices.

Letter from Thomas Jefferson to Isaac McPherson