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|Type||Private limited-liability company|
|Industry||Consumer goods, light industry|
|Headquarters||New Riffleton, Magonia|
Marcus KangExecutive chairman|
Riley ShanChief Executive Officer
|“||Innovation drives a successful future||”|
— Company Slogan
The Magnus Research Incorporated, more commonly nicknamed MagRe Inc or MagRe, is a Magonian privately-held limited liability company that specialises in the technology sector. It is primarily involved with developing and selling advanced consumer goods for the ordinary Magonian household. This mainly ranges from computers, vehicles to other electronic appliances. It was also involved in the defence industry, developing some of Magonia’s first locally produced military equipment until 2023 when Wulong Defence Industries became the dominant firm in the defence industry.
51% of the company is owned by the Magonian government for the interest of national security.
Up until 2023, the company’s products can be divided into those that are intended for civilian or military usage.
- QC Mark I - First developed in 2017, it is a 512-qubit quantum computer that was developed with significant aid from PULSE. The computer is designed for quantum annealing. Specifically, the computers are designed to use quantum annealing to solve a single type of problem known as quadratic unconstrained binary optimization. It is termed to be Magonia’s first quantum computer.
- QC Mark II - Developed in January 2019, it is a 800-qubit quantum computer that designed to perform better than the QC Mark II. Like its predecessor, it is developed with significant PULSE aid.
- Haraguchi - Developed in October 2018, it is a supercomputer that is capable of 20 petaflops. It is considered to be an exascale computer. Although not too impressive compared to other supercomputers, it is considered by many Magonins to be a notable achievement. Unlike most of its early stage products, PULSE only played a minor role in its development.
- IdenCheck System - Developed in August 2018, it is an A.I.-powered facial recognition system. This system is useful for verifying an individual’s ID, which leads to its utilisation by the finance sector and the e-commerce retail industry, contributing to added security and decreased fears over ID theft. Besides that, Magonian government services have also utilised IdenCheck in order to prevent electoral fraud, easier verification to conduct government services and to prevent cheating in the country’s top examinations. The system is developed with the help of several Margatian businesses that specialise in AI-technology and is said to be among the strongest of its peers at the time.
- ScanCheck - Developed in February 2018, it is an open-sourced platform for websites to design their own facial recognition system. As a result, this is primarily utilised by social media websites. It is hoped that this will promote a wider usage of facial recognition technology.
- IntuiFridge - IntuiFridge is a refrigerator based on the Internet of things. It collects data on the types of foods and drinks purchased in households, and then sending the data to the product’s manufacturer and retailer. This enables them to plan out their production and marketing more efficiently.
- IntuiTV - The nation’s first domestically-developed smart television, it provides Internet TV, online interactive media, over-the-top content (OTT), demand streaming media and home networking access like its counterparts.
- AugEyes - Short for Augmented Eyes, it is a pair of smart-glasses that is powered by augmented reality. The smart-glasses are heavily utilised in the fields of education, gaming and engineering. In addition, there are plans to develop a militarised version of it.
- AugLens - Short for Augmented Lenses, it is a contact lens version of AugEyes. Its prototype was first developed in 2031 and it was made commercially available in 2033.
- TeraDiscs - Despite what the name indicates, TeraDiscs are actually pen drives that have a capacity of 1 terabytes. While 1 TB pen drives are commercially available, TeraDiscs are significantly cheaper than their peers thanks to the usage of Shingled Magnetic Recording (SMR) technology. It achieves higher areal densities by squeezing tracks closer together. It costs roughly 0.03 CPC per GB, which gives it a price of 30 CPC.
- New Riffleton wireless charging roads - The company installed coils beneath the roods of New Riffleton in order to wirelessly charge electric vehicles. This enables them to run for what is effectively an unlimited amount of time. The project is finished by June 2019 and is done with the help of PULSE.