Enable seamless, reliable switching & routing in VPX systems
Our OpenVPX switches and routers, some with SOSA-aligned options, provide systems integrators with a fast and powerful way to interconnect chassis, cards, and processors through switched Gigabit, 10 Gigabit, and 40 Gigabit Ethernet interfaces. Operating at wire-speed, these Ethernet switching and routing modules can be used to architect the network-centric infrastructure for backplane and twisted-pair networks within advanced military systems.
|Product Name||Product Image||Form Factor||Standard||Type||Interface(s)||Product Sheet|
|VPX3-663 SOSA-Aligned PCIe Gen 3 & 10G Ethernet Switch||3U||CMOSS, OpenVPX, PCIe, SOSA||Ethernet, PCIe||1000Base-T, 10GBase-KR, PCIe|
|VPX3-655 Versatile 1G/10G/40G Ethernet Switch Module||3U||CMOSS, OpenVPX, VPX-REDI||Ethernet, Switch||1000BASE-KX, 1000Base-T, 10Base-T, 10GBase-KR, 10GBase-T, 1GBase-T, 40GBASE-KR4|
|VPX3-687 3U VPX SOSA-Aligned 10/40 Gb Ethernet Switch||3U||CMOSS, SOSA, VPX, VPX-REDI||Ethernet||1000BASE-BX, 1000BASE-KX, 10GBase-KR, 10GBase-KX4 (XAUI), 40GBASE-KR4|
|VPX3-652 3U 20-port Ethernet Switch||3U||OpenVPX, VPX, VPX-REDI||Ethernet||1000Base-T, 1000Base-X (SerDes), 100Base-TX, 10Base-T|
|VPX6-688 Gigabit Ethernet Switch||6U||VPX, VPX-REDI||Ethernet||1000Base-SX, 1000Base-T, 100Base-TX, Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE)|
Reduce Cost, Risk, and Time to Market with COTS Hardware
Our broad selection of open-architecture, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) rugged embedded computing solutions process data in real time to support mission-critical functions. Field proven, highly engineered and manufactured to stringent quality standards, Curtiss-Wright’s COTS boards leverage our extensive experience and expertise to reduce your program cost, development time and overall risk.
Backplane Ethernet: Enabling High-Performance Embedded Systems
Ethernet has grown to become a universal networking technology, evolving to provide ever faster links over a wide range of media. To meet the need for higher performance,
many embedded systems now use “backplane Ethernet” to communicate between cards in modular systems.