CopperLan for developers

CopperLan is a networking system for command & control and streaming management that brings about a comprehensive solution to linking and interfacing pro-audio and musical equipment.

Its powerful virtual network definition can be applied to any physical transport specification present or future as well as running inside a computer, merging all participating members in a single pool.

The CopperLan protocol itself is a quantum leap in the interaction with equipment and applications.
Its full auto-setup, plug and play, universal remote editing, total setup recall, streamlined and unified user interface methods, clear and concrete identification of devices, to name just a few, all witness of its user friendliness.

For Ethernet embedded products, validated implementations guarantee the system performance and no development hassle.

High-end hardware can be realized around our Linux embedded implementation.

USB peripherals can be created on the USB-capable microcontroller of choice, thanks to an innovative server/client relation that keeps the heavy part of the job within the computer.

CopperLan is available as a turnkey solution for quick and simple integration into hardware and software products (middleware, virtual network, computer drivers, and reference designs).

The CopperLan system is compatible with MIDI for a smooth MI market integration.

Conceptually engineered from the very start to stand the test of time, it provides room for future proofing expansion.

CopperLan's key points
  • Protocol and networking system for command & control + streaming management
  • Based on existing hardware standards
  • Self-configuring, plug and play
  • Compatible with MIDI
  • Turnkey solution: protocol, hardware reference designs, middleware, driver and application code
The "basic + advanced" dual approach

CopperLan is designed to serve applications in high-performance computers as efficiently as in low-cost hardware devices; this is feasible thanks to a flexible scalability.

  • Essential features are small footprint & low processing
  • Protocol is compact but highly extensible
  • Default data types are of simple handling

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