The Sitehop SAFE Solution is an easy-to-use FPGA hardware-enforced high-security device that sits on the edge of a network.
With the lowest encryption latency (delay) available on the market, the SAFE is orders of magnitude quicker than the competition.
Most (if not all) hacks are software based. User data passing through the SAFE never enter the software, instead, it passes through a series of custom-designed hardware devices on a single chip.
Communication to and from the hardware is strictly controlled. This means that a hacker's attack profile is extremely small and that the throughput time of the device (latency) is as short as possible.
The Sitehop SAFE is a 100Gbps FPGA PCIe card with sub 1us encryption/decryption latency.
· >4000 concurrent IPsec tunnels
· AES-256-GCM Encryption
· Low power, 40W
Sitehop’s unique selling point is in the firmware that defines the FPGA. The SAFE100 is self-contained, using the PCIe interface for power. The unit does not rely on the server for any processing which makes it highly scalable. Ten SAFE100 cards can fit into a 2U rack to supply 1Tbps encryption at 450W.
Encryption and Decryption are measured in nanoseconds
(one-billionth of a second)
Easy to Use
Designed to be Plug-and-Play
Follow a few simple steps and Quantum resistant security is active
Thousands of Secure Connections per subscription
100% self-contained hardware encryption can be stacked to increase throughput – SAME LOW LATENCY
The SAFE saves up to 90% energy costs for encryption and security services
Additional SAFE Features
Small Packet Size Performance
Sub 1us latency for small packet performance.
Easily integrate the features of the NMS into your system.
100% Encryption Offload
Enable your existing hardware to focus on what it does best by offloading encryption.
World's first 1 Terabit per second encryption.
Thousands of secure connections
Aggregation. IoT. Mass data connections.
Multiple configurations, one device
Communicate with other IPsec devices. Easy to phase into your network.
FPGA Hardware enforced security
Hardware Enforced Security.