Surgically implanted neural integration technology that is introduced through a relatively easy-to-install augmentation. A small number of one’s own cells are used to create a protein scaffold, which is then filled out and reinforced with a chosen structural material (usually something heavy or metallic) in a box shape. Extensible frameworks for all manner of information technology are installed in the box, and an interface is established between the mesh and the host’s brain. This connection provides both power and direct access for the user to the cerv-mesh’s content, and any content with which it interacts. The mesh is then placed between the first and second cervical vertebrae with a surface left exposed for maintenance purposes, if the recipient is a vertebrate, or appropriate equivalent location for other species.