A unique decentralised, high performance, site-to-site VPN system
UH Interconnect is built upon a mesh topology. This means that every node in the network is directly connected to every other node, dramatically reducing latency and increasing redundancy. This makes UH Interconnect ideal for situations where latency is important. E.g. satellite communications, VoIP and financial trading.
As UH Interconnect is built upon a mesh topology a routing algorithm is required to enable datagrams to be routed to the correct destination based on a number of metrics such as latency, bandwidth, node health and more. UH Interconnect uses a dynamic routing algorithm to ensure that IP routing is optimised for an organisation’s requirements.
UH Interconnect is a capable of tunneling at high bandwidths. The inherent structure of the UH Interconnect protocol is multi-threaded to fascilitate the mesh topology. This translates to superior performance over other typical site-to-site VPN systems which are single threaded and cannot take advantage of multi core processing.
UH Interconnect utilises the AES-256-GCM for data channel encryption to provide authenticated encryption with associated data (AEAD). To exchange these keys with relevant parties, elliptic curve Diffie Hellman Exchange (ECDHE) is used. Key exchanges occur every hour and this mechanism ensures that the confidentiality and integrity of a data stream is never compromised.
UH Enterprise is usable anywhere in the world, no matter the censorship in place, by combining state of the art masking technology with the VPN protocol. We use a variety of mechanisms including format transforming encryption (FTE) as an encapsulation layer along with a modified transport layer in the network stack to outsmart even the most complex of state designed DPI firewalls.