Interconnect refers to the physical or logical connection between two or more systems, devices, or networks, that enables them to communicate and exchange data with each other. Interconnects can be wired or wireless and can include various types of interfaces, protocols, and standards for transmitting information.

In the context of computer systems and electronic devices, interconnects are crucial for enabling communication and data transfer between various components, such as processors, memory modules, storage devices, and input/output devices. They can be implemented using various technologies, such as buses, switches, routers, cables, and wireless antennas, and can range from simple point-to-point connections to complex networks with multiple nodes and layers of communication.