Revolutionary I/O

There is No Moore's Law for Pins


In every processor, there are a myriad of low and high-speed signals/protocols resulting in too many pads, pins, PHYs, wires, and connectors. That translated into too much power and too many signal integrity issues. This architecture will not scale with increasing processor and memory performance. 

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VPIO Manifesto

VPIO Architecture Addresses I/O Scalability


Keyssa’s VPIO technology aggregates both low-speed and high-speed protocols for simultaneous transmission over one or more links. Multiple protocols are simultaneously scheduled over a Virtual Pipe and can be transmitted/received over a Keyssa contactless connector or a wire.

System Architects and Product Designers are no longer bound by multiple protocols,

physical layers, or mechanical connectors.

VPIO Press Release

VPIO Presentation


Walk through the VPIO presentation to understand more about how this new I/O architecture addresses age-old signal and protocol issues.

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VPIO Presentation