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Interface Concept

3 Rue F?lix Le Dantec
Quimper, Brittany 29000
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IC speeds up with the 100Gbs Ethernet and discloses the new ComEth4682e - Press Release

November 16, 2021

Interface Concept is introducing the eagerly awaited ComEth4682e, being a 3U OpenVPX Ethernet switch that is 25/100Gb Ethernet capable. This switch has been developed for high-computing applications, including radar, sensor, electronic warfare, and network processing.


New 3U VPX Intel Xeon W Single Board computer --- IC-INT-VPX3k - Press Release

October 19, 2021

Quimper, France, October 7th, 2021- Interface Concept, a leading developer and manufacturer of high-performance embedded COTS boards and systems is introducing the IC-INT-VPX3k, a 3U VPX single board computer based on the 11th Gen Intel Core Xeon W series (codename: Tiger Lake-H) processor.


FEATURED VIDEO: SOSA Technical Standard key contributors team to demonstrate a platform to demo alignment and goals - Video

May 04, 2021

SOSA CONSORTIUM. A group of key contributors to the emerging SOSA Technical Standard teamed up to put together a platform that demonstrates the value of the alignment and interoperability goals driving the SOSA Consortium mission.


SOSA-aligned 3U VPX Ethernet switch designed for low-SWaP systems - News

February 11, 2021

FRANCE. Interface Concept, company specializing in the design and manufacturing of COTS embedded boards and systems, announced the ComEth4412a, a 3U VPX dual plane hybrid PCIe Gen 3 and 40 Gigabit Ethernet Switch, designed in alignment with the Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) technical standard.


Thales selects Interface Concept's ComEth4510a for radar application - News

March 22, 2018
QUIMPER, France. Thales engineers have integrated Interface Concept's ComEth4510a, a 6U OpenVPX Gigabit & 10/40 Gigabit L3+ Ethernet switch and IP Router in a radar application.

Increasing data-transfer performance in VPX systems - Story

November 16, 2017
The combination of digital simulation and high-performance calculation is radically transforming industry and research. It is now possible to develop products and services without spending precious time and dollars on replicating work already done. This is certainly the case in the military and aeronautics fields, particularly in the area of building size, weight, and power (SWaP)-constrained embedded computing architectures for use in electronic warfare and radar applications.