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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.

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SOSA Consortium welcomes Aitech to develop interoperable military tech - News

September 16, 2020

CHATSWORTH, Calif. Aitech Systems, provider of rugged board and system level solutions for military, aerospace, and space applications, has joined The Open Group Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) Consortium. With the goal of creating a common framework for transitioning sensor systems to an open systems architecture, the SOSA Consortium is based on key interfaces and open standards established by an industry-government consensus. 

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SOSA Consortium members join forces to deliver C4ISR demonstrator system at AUSA 2019 - News

October 14, 2019
AUSA 2019--WASHINGTON. Pentek, Herrick Technology Laboratories, and Kontron have developed products aligned with the Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) Technical Standard that are used in a new 3U VPX demonstrator system designed to illustrate the capabilities of open systems architectures.
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SOSA Consortium voices support for recent tri-service directive on modular open systems - News

June 06, 2019
SAN FRANCISCO. The Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) Consortium, which operates under The Open Group, has thrown its support behind the recent tri-service acquisition memorandum signed by the secretaries of the U.S. military, under which the Army, Navy, and Air Force are directed to include Modular Open Systems (MOSA) standards in all requirements, programming, and development activities for future weapon-system modifications and new-start development programs to the furthest extent possible.