Mo-DV Announces Orbit to the Last-Mile Delivery

for High Bandwidth Data Distribution through Mo2Go™


Revolutionizing Digital Content Delivery


CAMPBELL, California, April 13, 2021 – “We are excited to announce Mo-DV’s last-mile innovation, Mo2Go, to meet the accelerating demand for video to mobile devices, truly revolutionary for digital content delivery,” said Jessica Fullmer, Mo-DV CEO and Founder. “At the Washington DC, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Space Operations & Support Technical Committee (SOSTC) Improving Space Operations Workshop 2021 on April 8, 2021, we demonstrated how Mo2Go works with satellites for fast content delivery. Mo2Go can deliver 2 hours of high-definition video in less than one minute without the internet.”

COVID-19 has resulted in a significant strain on the internet, accelerating the global need for reliable, high-speed video delivery. Mo-DV, a prominent Silicon Valley digital media technology company, addresses the challenge of getting the rapidly growing amount of data to the end-user.

One application for delivering media with Mo2Go is with tens of thousands of planned satellites from the U.S. and worldwide. With limited bandwidth, the challenge of getting the downlinked megabits, gigabits, and terabits of data to the end-user is real. The downlink data from these satellites include internet and non-internet data involving video, data from cloud computing centers in other parts of the world and on-orbit cloud computing, medical records, financial data, real-time on-orbit imaging, disaster monitoring, etc.

Mo-DV’s game-changing Mo2Go technology offers the best combination of security and speed for the last mile of content delivery. Mo2Go is a unique video content delivery architecture that quickly and securely delivers large content to end-users without the need for an active Internet connection. Mo2Go provides convenient caching for large content coming directly from satellites, limiting the need to deliver the content to end-users in a single link. The content will only need to be delivered once to the Mo2Go SpeedSpots, thus saving precious bandwidth. They are low-cost and easily installed in locations such as disaster areas, hospitals, airports, and shopping centers.

Combining Mo2Go with Mo-DV’s new MeshStash technology will take the world even closer to ubiquitous access to low-cost, fast-high quality video delivery. MeshStash is a highly secure interconnected network for local area caching of content. Think of it as a Content Delivery Network (CDN) in the neighborhood. These neighborhood networks can reduce bandwidth demand on the ISPs, and minimize latency.

With either Mo2Go or MeshStash, the result is a better, high-quality viewing experience for users and lower costs for those doing Video Delivery, ISPs, and content providers.

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Mo-DV Announces Mo2Go SpeedSpots™ and Special Local Area Network (SLAN™) Innovations

Revolutionizing Digital Content Delivery


CAMPBELL, California, October 22, 2019 —Today, Mo-DV, a prominent Silicon Valley digital media technology company, announced the release of two game-changing innovations—Mo2Go SpeedSpots and SLAN—revolutionizing digital content delivery.

Mo2Go SpeedSpots are an amazing video content delivery architecture providing fast mobile video delivery without the need for an Internet connection.  Mo2Go SpeedSpots provide an alternative to traditional internet video streaming and downloading to mobile devices, combining secure Digital Rights Management with fast Wi-Fi delivery of high-definition video content, even in places where there is inadequate or no Internet access.

The Mo2Go SpeedSpots are low-cost, physical content servers placed in high-traffic areas, such as airports, shopping centers, and train stations.  These SpeedSpots connect automatically with any mobile device within range that’s running the Mo2Go App, and in seconds transfers secure video content for streaming and downloading to that device.  Thus, the user is able to download and enjoy a high-quality viewing experience without a connection to the Internet.

SLAN is an entirely new technology, in early development, that connects existing, local, business and home Wi-Fi access points into a mesh network with local content cache and proxy responses for content.  Think of it as a Content Delivery Network (CDN) in the neighborhood.  It is believed that these neighborhood networks can reduce bandwidth demand on the ISPs, reduce latency, and allow pre-loading of content.  The result is a better viewing experience for users and lower costs for ISPs and content providers.

SLAN is inexpensive to deploy, as it only requires replacing or modifying existing Wi-Fi access points (usually paid for by the users).  Applications for SLAN are many, including bandwidth reduction for ISPs; lower latency for video conferencing, video telephony, and gaming; pre-loading content during off-peak hours; and performing as a Mo2Go SpeedSpot.

“We are excited to announce Mo2Go SpeedSpots and SLAN.  These innovations truly are revolutionary for digital content delivery,” said Jessica Fullmer, Mo-DV CEO and Founder.  “Now, we will quickly move forward with the expansion of our partner network, enabling them to capitalize on the high-margin revenue from content delivery and advertising to millions of untapped users, while also delivering an exceptional experience to end-user customers.”

About Mo-DV:

Mo-DV was founded in 2001, and is based in Campbell, CA.  Our client list includes Sony, Paramount, Amazon, Samsung, Dell, and memory manufacturers such as Sony Integral, PNY and SanDisk.  For further information, about Mo2Go SpeedSpots, SLAN, and partnering opportunities, please view our backgrounder video here, or the Mo-DV website at



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