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7 Jan 2015: xFace moves to Spacelend

xFace moved to the Spacelend in Neubaugasse 24. [more]

20 Dec 2012: xFace participates in RFID qualification network

RFID technology is a stronghold in the Graz area. The RFID qualification network will foster this postion. xFace participates to improve its IC design capabilities. [more]

2 May 2012: xFace moves

xFace moved from Science Park Graz to a new office in Hans-Resel-Gasse 17a. There is more space for its expanding activities. Visitors are welcome any time. [more]

29 Sep 2011: xFace researches tunnel safety

xFace supports in the Comet SELECT project the development of new techniques for detecting emergency situations within road tunnels by monitoring radio-frequency channels. [more]

22 Apr 2011: xFace releases xFaceMAC32

xFace releases xFaceMAC32. The IP module gives hardware and software direct access to the Internet. xFaceMAC32 facilitates the creation of networked FPGA systems. [more]

15 Nov 2010: xFace in Kleine Zeitung

The Styrian newspaper Kleine Zeitung reports in November 2010 twice about xFace. xFace is the digital hardware competence startup in Science Park Graz. [more]

26 Jul 2010: Secret-sharing hardware at DPM 2010

FTW and xFace present the scientific article "Secret-Sharing Hardware Improves the Privacy of Network Monitoring" at the DPM 2010 workshop (Athens, Sept 2010). [more]

1 Mar 2010: xFace is officially founded

With March 1st 2010, xFace is operational. xFace offers services and products to realize complex digital systems. [more]

15 Feb 2010: xFace researches NOFDM communication

xFace builds the digital communications hardware for the national NOFDM project. NOFDM researches a novel ultra-wide-band communication concept. [more]

1 Dec 2009: xFace goes to Science Park Graz

xFace gets a startup company in the incubator programme of Science Park Graz. [more]

1 Oct 2009: Johannes Wolkerstorfer researches for PRISM

Johannes Wolkerstorfer develops for the EU FP7 project PRISM a Gigabit network encryptor to protect user's privacy in network monitoring. The academic partner is FTW. [more]