About CompuLab

CompuLab is a leading manufacturer of System-on-Module and Computer-on-Module products, IoT gateways and fanless industrial computers.

Compulab products are used in medical devices, transportation, industrial automation, telecommunication, aerospace and marine systems and countless other applications.

Compulab in Numbers

Publicly traded on TASE Founded in Serving over
$36M 1992 4,500
annual turnover by two engineers industrial customers
Company owned Manufactured Supplying to
5,500m2 2,200,000 75
production facility industrial computers countries worldwide

CompuLab Advantages

10-year Availability Direct Engineer Support Robust Quality
In-House Manufacturing Extensive Documentation SMT Configure-to-Order

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Company History

2022

Robotic product testing

Launched robotic automated product testing procedure to boost production rate.

2021

Compulab CoM runs on Mars

Compulab COMEX-IE38 computer module is used in the NASA Perseverance rover that lands on Mars and begins its survey mission in February 2021.

2020

Compulab goes public

Compulab becomes publicly traded on the Tel-Aviv stock exchange market.

2019

New SOM form-factor

Introduced the ulta-miniature UCM System-on-Module form-factor.

2017

First IoT Gateway

Initiated a new product line of ARM IoT Gateways.

2016

First Airtop PC

Introduced the Airtop PC – a line of revolutionary, natural-airflow workstations.

2014

Production lines upgrade

Production lines are upgraded with new state-of-the-art SMT assembly and AOI machines. Manufacturing capacity increased by 100%.

2011

New, company-owned facility

Relocated into new, company-owned 5,500m2 facility in Yokneam, Israel.

2009

Engineering support portal

Launched online engineering support portal, greatly improving communication between customers and support team.

2008

First industrial mini-PC

Introduced fit-PC – world first passively cooled mini-PC. Started the line of fanless, ultra miniature PCs for industrial and commercial applications.

2007

Second SMT line

Installed an additional SMT assembly line, increasing production capacity by 200%.

2005

Initiated in-house manufacturing

Installation of the first Compulab SMT assembly line.

2003

First ARM SOM

Introduced ARMCORE – the first product of the ARM System-on-Module line.

2000

486CORE Computer-on-Module

Introduced the highly successful 486CORE Computer-on-Module based on Intel x86 architecture.

1997

First Computer-on-Module

Introduced the first Compulab off-the-shelf product – Computer-on-Module based on Intel’s i960 processor architecture.

1992

Foundation

CompuLab is founded as an engineering consulting company. Between 1992 to 1997, the company has developed over 40 custom products.