The revolutionary networking technology from Veea.
Edge computing simplified with vMesh computing.
Upon installation, VeeaHubs create a high-performance, self-healing and self-organizing connected network
automatically. VeeaHub overcomes the inadequacies of stand-alone wired, wireless and computing solutions with
a unique hybrid connectivity technology that creates a unified wireless/wired and computing mesh called vMesh.
With vMesh networking, communications take place from node to node, either as a wired or a wireless connection,
and all the mesh nodes can cooperate in the distribution of data in the network. The lack of dependency on one
node allows for every node to be optimally considered in the relay of information. Each node has the ability to
self-configure, which enables dynamic distribution of workloads, particularly in the event that any node fails.
This in turn contributes to fault-tolerance and reduced maintenance costs.
Upon activation of VeeaHub units that are installed at your home, office, shop, campus, factory or throughout
the city, VeeaHub nodes instantaneously form a cluster of vMesh nodes that, with the application of our unique
networking technologies, provide for a seamless communications fabric for all wireless and wired protocols that
are supported on VeeaHubs. This unique capability permits your user and IoT devices to connect to your entire
network with a single authentication, much in the same way your computing devices connect to resources on the web.
vMesh also securely provides the required APIs (i.e., “hooks”) for those applications that take advantage of vMesh
vMesh computing is highly efficient and reliable.
vMesh is based on a breakthrough transport agnostic network layer routing algorithm that significantly
increases the number of hops within the Wi-Fi mesh while simultaneously extending the range of coverage
for other wireless protocols, such as Bluetooth, 802.15.4-based Zigbee, Z-Wave, 6LoWPAN, Thread and others,
that are supported by VeeaHub’s wireless modules. This unparalleled capability of vMesh allows you to easily
extend your wireless coverage to provide for user device and IoT connectivity cost-effectively anywhere in
your locations, without the need for significant amounts of new structured wiring or complex network management,
which is a very common and costly requirement for most installations.
vMesh is easy to set up and manage.
Creating a mesh network with VeeaHubs and the vMesh technology is as easy as creating or selecting the
network you want to create when you are setting up your Wi-Fi APs. You can now connect to and run your
applications on a network of local VeeaHub servers, that communicate over vMesh network to user and IoT
devices with a wide range of wireless and wired protocols, instead of connecting to a remote data center
location that may be hundreds of miles away through a connection that may be limited in its speed of
connection or its reliability. Such a distributed hyperconverged infrastructure offers the IT professionals
the ability to define and pre-configure bundles of hardware and software, as pre- defined clusters,
for rapid roll-out with the goal of minimizing compatibility issues, simplifying network management and
maximizing network security through each network layer.
vMesh goes beyond local.
VeeaHub’s vMesh capability provides for an IoT device gateway to more readily secure, monitor,
manage and communicate with IoT devices as opposed to current solutions that require adoption of
heterogeneous compute architectures — integrating diverse engines such as CPUs, GPUs and DSPs through
multiple single point solutions with different workloads, which can be complex and costly to deploy,
maintain and manage while representing multiple points of failure with little or no redundancy.
VeeaHub platform, supported by vMesh computing, also brings “future proofing” to such networks by
allowing over-the-air software updates of VeeaHub device firmware and applications as well as for IoT
device modules and any microservices running on them.
vMesh at a glance.
m-DNS based Service Discovery that extends to global discovery
Consensus based protocol for efficient configuration
Transport agnostic network layer routing with self healing and self organizing capabilities
Estimated Transmit Time routing metric ensures efficient routing in multi-MCS 802.11 network
IKEv2 / IPsec between VeeaHubs acting as border router (also referred to as Mesh Edge Nodes or MENs) for Vmesh and Cloud server WPA2-PSK / CCMP between VeeaHubs in the Vmesh
IPv4 NAT router with LAN/IoT firewall functionality