Revolutionary I/O


Keyssa sees I/O as the weak link in modern computing, unable to scale with the advances in processing and memory technology. Founded in 2009, Keyssa, Inc. started with the development of its breakthrough Kiss Connectivity solution, based on a proprietary solid-state connector that uses Extremely High Frequency (EHF) radio waves to provide low-power, high-speed data transfer – securely and directly. With over 250 patent filings, and now with its VPIO technology, Keyssa has reinvented I/O. Keyssa is managed by an experienced team of multidisciplinary technologists and standards experts.

Keyssa’s investors include Alsop Louie, Dolby Family Ventures, Foxconn, Foxconn Interconnect Technology, NantWorks, SK hynix, Intel Capital, Neuberger Berman, and Samsung.


VPIO Chief Architects

Roger Isaac, Chief Technology Officer, Keyssa, Co-architect, VPIO


 Roger has served as the chairman of the low-power memory committee at JEDEC, and has led a number of technical task groups including LPDDR2, LPDDR4, and UFS. He also served on the organization’s Board of Directors. Roger has led architecture, design, marketing, and intellectual property teams at AMD, Spansion, and Silicon Image. 

Ajay Bhatt, Former Chief I/O Architect, Intel; Co-architect, VPIO


Ajay Bhatt is a former Intel Fellow and recognized technologist and thought leader in platform and silicon level architectures. In his 35 years in the computer hardware industry, Ajay has co-invented and spearheaded a number of notable technologies including; USB, Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP), PCI Express, Thunderbolt as well as the USB Type-C connector. Ajay has secured over 132 U.S. and international patents and has been honored for his technical contributions, including receiving the Light of India Award in 2012, The Asian Award in 2013, and the EU Inventor Award in 2013.