Primary Operation: Multicomglomerate
Primary Competitors: Lockely International, LKT, Ekron Engergy and Oil, Quest Industries, Montgomery International & Harmon Industries
Worth: $645 billion
Main HQ: New York, USA
Head: Nina Sharp, CEO
In 1992, after years of hard work and research, William Bell had finally succeeded in the creating the biomedical marvel that would change the face of medicine and assure his place in science history. His prototype nanoelectronic circuit enabled the translation of neural impulses into electronic data, a major breakthrough in moveable prosthetics. Bell decided the time had come to found a company that would, as he put it, “satisfy the technological needs of this century and the next.” With the backing of a small group of investors, BELLMEDICS was born.
Bell’s contribution to prosthetics couldn’t have come at a better time. The Persian Gulf War had just concluded, and BELLMEDICS gave hope to soldiers who had lost limbs in the conflict. With the support of Defense Department grants, Bell’s circuit laid the foundation for a revolution in prosthetics that continues to this day.
The firm grew rapidly over the next few years, as BELLMEDICS engineers developed a series of microlaser surgical tools and non-invasive photonic scanners that would become standard at medical facilities around the globe. But for Bell, redefining medicine was only the beginning.
Bell partnered with new investors in 1998 to create Fleming-Monroe Aeronautics, which redesigned commercial jet engines from the ground up and soon developed the acclaimed PEARL Aerocontrol System. In 1999, BELLMEDICS acquired Fleming-Monroe and officially changed its name to Massive Dynamic.
In 2002, on the 10th anniversary of its founding, Massive Dynamic leapt into the world of computing and telecommunications. Massive Dynamic’s Q-Security was widely hailed as a superior, seamless networking tool for governments, firms, and households. MD’s Computing and Communications branch grew dramatically, particularly in the fields of artificial intelligence, bio-computation and quantum cryptography.
Two years later, Massive Dynamic burst into the world of entertainment. By 2007, Ludic Science – MD’s entertainment subsidiary – had designed digital effects software now used by every major film studio. Meanwhile, the Mass-Dyn Z10 videogame console became an overnight hit with children and adults alike, while Giga-Def Televisions took their place in millions of homes around the world.
Today, Massive Dynamic is a multi-faceted corporation working for the betterment of medical, communications, energy, transportation, and entertainment technology. As humanity moves boldly into the future, Massive Dynamic will be there leading the way, improving the quality of life for people everywhere.