SeaPort, Inc. is a technology company founded by a group of experienced business, technology, energy and engineering executives who authored over 35 patents. The company’s latest development, the IPK System (supported by 4 pending patents), transforms network communications by making systems faster, more secure and energy efficient. This ultimately produces major cost savings for businesses, governments and other organizations.
For businesses, governments and individuals, simultaneously managing computer networks and addressing cybersecurity concerns is one of the most significant digital challenges. With each passing day, data consumption grows exponentially via network-connected mobile devices, sensors and cloud-based services. In fact, people worldwide create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day and that number is growing.
To put this into perspective, every minute 120 professionals join LinkedIn, 456,000 tweets are sent on Twitter and over 4 million videos are watched on YouTube. All of this data generated by millions of devices, must be stored, transferred and protected.
SeaPort’s latest development, the IPK (Intelligent PolyKey) System, addresses this major digital challenge by efficiently securing, optimally managing and maximizing performance in systems and networks in a single step. The company’s patent-pending system overcomes the limitations of previous approaches to transferring, storing and protecting data by rethinking and changing hardware and software building blocks.
The IPK System solution exists as an innovative lightweight add-on to communications systems and networks via chip, app or software upgrade.
How does it work?
Some technologies offer security. Other technologies offer system management. SeaPort’s IPK System couples security with system management and offers both.
The system provides security improvements using a technique called crypto hopping, which is the ability to change (or hop) encryption ciphers and encryption keys (content and length) as often as every data packet within a session. The system offers the option to utilize crypto hopping for many uses, from basic to sophisticated applications, while still adhering to federal encryption standards. The IPK System also offers powerful management capabilities that can define and control network configuration, network management, device configuration, device management, modulation and more.
What does it do?
SeaPort’s IPK System applies to all data-in-motion and data-at-rest applications and allows users to:
- NIST Standards
Optimize PerformanceData In Motion
When comparing SeaPort’s IPK System private cipher to the widely adopted AES-256-GCM encryption mode, independent labs found that the IPK System provides up to 9 times faster throughput, up to 5 times less CPU load and up to 1.5 times less system latency.
Improve StorageData At Rest
The IPK system provides up to three times faster storage disk write throughput.
The IPK System’s scheduling algorithm enables users to change key lengths and/or key content.
The IPK System works with custom and standard ciphers.
Meets NIST Standards
The IPK System is FIPS140-2 compliant and NIST certified.
Broad use cases
Our technologies are perfectly designed to impact a range of diverse industries.
Server, Storage and Cloud
Military / Government
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