Digital data stores are exploding and consumers and enterprises struggle to move their data quickly, privately and affordably across smaller and more powerful systems. We introduce the most transformative data communications innovation since Ethernet in 1973; providing crucial data bandwidth scalability for Consumer, Enterprise, Data Centre and the Network of Things.

Eliminate cost, time, insecurities, power and frustration with our multi-link networks employing ultra-fast, low cost and readily available peripheral connections such as PCIe, USB, SCSI, SAS and more….





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Cloud file storage is perfect for maintaining access to a few key files. To move any large amount of data across any systems crossPORT delivers the fastest, most universal file transfer solution connecting ALL your

Network of Things

Network of Things

Every day, we connect more and more intelligent “Things” using traditional IP methods.
Save the cost, complexity and power of adding network links by leveraging DEVICEPIPE™ technologies that use native serial capabilities available in all systems



Reconnecting the world of Bring-Your-Own-Device with fast, secure and private connections, devicePIPE™ redefines collaborative networks.
With fast, low-latency and affordable server interconnections, devicePIPE™ provides affordable bandwidth for private clouds, secure file replication, advanced network management and real time analytics.

Data Centres

Data Centres

The number one constraint on cloud computing and scalable data centres is scaling available bandwidth. Delivering purpose-built Storage Networks, devicePIPE™ takes the strain off of traditional Ethernet networks for secure backups, file replications and offloaded management.



The Universal Serial Bus (USB) is the most common, and most successful, data communication connection with over 10 Billion ports shipped to date. An industry standard developed in the mid-1990s, USB defines the cables, connectors and communications protocols used in a bus for connection, communication, and power supply between computers and electronic devices. USB connections are designed to connect ‘dumb’ devices to a computer to add new capabilities such as printing, user input (keyboard, mouse, touchpad) and storage. USB cables and connections have also been used to transfer data between two computers (e.g. the Easy Cable”) but never as fast, powerfully or efficiently as now possible with devicePIPE™.

With the release of USB 3.0 in 2009, data speeds reached 5 Gbit/s. USB 3.1 announced in 2013 further provides 10 Gbit/s speeds and future releases will support 20 Gbit/s and 40 Gbit/s.

The most popular connection port for computers, tablets, phablets and even cellphones. devicePIPE™ by crossPORT Network Solutions provides a revolutionary way to exploit this Ultra-High Speed, Universal system to connect, transfer files and network systems.

devicePIPE™ for USB3 prototypes leverage certified Cypress FX3 device controller chipsets.

PCI Express (Peripheral Component Interconnect Express), referred to as PCIe, is a high-speed serial computer expansion bus standard that replaces the older PCI, PCI-X, and AGP bus standards. PCI Express bus link supports full-duplex communication between any two endpoints, with no inherent limitation on concurrent access across multiple endpoints.

Recent revisions of the PCIe standard provide hardware support for I/O virtualization, as well as supporting up to 32 parallel lanes.

Quickly build out existing installations with low cost standardized cables and connectors.

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Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) is a point-to-point serial protocol that moves data to and from computer storage devices such as hard drives and tape drives.

Designed to transfer data from an ‘initiator’ to a ‘target’, SAS is a key data delivery protocol offering full duplex communications at increasing speeds.

SAS-1: 3.0 Gbit/s, introduced in 2005
SAS-2: 6.0 Gbit/s, available since February 2009
SAS-3: 12.0 Gbit/s, available since March 2013
SAS-4: 22.5 Gbit/s, under development and expected in 2017

devicePIPE™ technology developed by crossPORT Network Solutions will increase SAS capabilities to permit intelligent data storage solutions, and reducing processing requirements on application servers.


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Serial ATA, or SATA, is a 16-bit data bus interface that connects host bus adapters to mass storage devices such as hard disk drives and optical drives. Serial ATA is a significant improvement over the older Parallel ATA (PATA).

Revision 1.0:1.5 Gbit/s introduced in 2003
Revision 2.0:3.0 Gbit/s introduced in 2004
Revision 3.0:6.0 Gbit/s introduced July 2003
Revision 3.1:Introduced mSATA and USM in July 2011
Revision 3.2:16 Gbit/s,adds SATA Express,combining PCIe and SATA introduced August 2013

devicePIPE™ technology developed by crossPORT Network Solutions provides a method to bridge and switch data communications over the standardized storage communication, and may be ideally suited to intelligent storage arrays.

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NVM Express or Non-Volatile Memory Host Controller Interface Specification (NVMHCI), employs the low latency and parallel capabilities of PCI Express to exploit parallel processing provided by contemporary CPUs, platforms and applications. NVMe focuses on accessing the full speeds offered by the newest SSDs and Flash-based memory storage.

Designed with a paired Submission and Completion Queue mechanism, NVMe provides ultra high speed data transmissions from computing host to storage device. The NVMe Controller is designed to control as many queues as supported by the host, optimizing the data throughput.

Despite its relative newness, NVMe support is available to multiple platforms, from mobile phones, personal computers and servers. Working in similar fashion to USB bridged controllers, an NVMe bridged networks and host-to-host links are possible.

An optimized interface that uses PCIe capabilities and speeds, NVMe may be leveraged by devicePIPE™ designs to provide optimized scaling of storage connections.


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The secure and low latency data transmissions supported by devicePIPE™ bridge technologies are perfect for standardized video signal distribution and switching.

Supporting the integral aspects of each standard, devicePIPE™ network bridges ensure secure and controlled distribution of video signals using standard connectors and ports.

Content and distribution controls can be easily supported within the technology framework, even providing multicast solutions without the overheads.

As component threads in USB Type-C and Thunderbolt™ cables, devicePIPE™ powered hubs and switches are designed to eliminate delays and overheads that may impact video distribution. Enabled with small host applications, switched data and content networks are supported.

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The Thunderbolt™ cable developed by Intel offers exciting possibilities with devicePIPE™ technologies.

Providing direct peripheral speeds of 40 gigabits per second, crossPORT’s bridging technology enables the creation of 40 Gigabit per second personal area networks, switching data and video. Implemented using the Type-C connector, a devicePIPE™ solution will support the interconnection of Thunderbolt™ and USB 3.1 connections – and even support power delivery features.

Version 1: 2 x 10 Gbps | mini DisplayPort Connector
Version 2: 20 Gbps | mini DisplayPort Connector | incorporates DisplayPort Video
Version 3: 40 Gbps | USB Type-C Connector | Incorporates DisplayPort Video

Developed under the name Light Peak, Thunderbolt™ was first sold in February, 2011 on Apple’s MacBook Pro. Initially designed as a plastic optical cable, Thunderbolt was initially released as a copper cable resulting from collaborations between Apple and Intel. Corning has since released an optical cable for some versions.

A significant benefit of the latter versions, Thunderbolt™ supports direct system links for file transfer at 10 Gigabits per second.

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Serial communications define the basis of embedded computing. A key benefit of serial interfaces allow processors to communicate without additional communications overheads and costs in power and cost that they can create.

devicePIPE™ technology is protocol agnostic. We simply “reshape” existing connections, adding control, security and flexibility. Avoiding the cost, complexity and security concerns underlying the Internet-of-things, devicePIPE™ offers a bridged solution for aggregating control and data collection using native embedded communications without the cost or complexity of internet network interfaces. All the while, CROSSPORT’s solution provides for re-integration of embedded appliances

Introduced for USB3, CROSSPORT networks support nearly any serial transport.

+ RS 232             + RS 422 & 485
+ CAN BU           + UART
+ TTL                   + SPI
.. And more

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