It’s finally here. Trusted, onshore 2.5D custom microelectronics. Listen as Tom Smelker, VP and general manager, Microsystems, discusses Mercury’s collaboration with semiconductor partners to bring the latest leading-edge, customizable silicon to the defense community to boost radar and EW processing.
Our mission-critical displays are engineered to deliver unparalleled performance across multiple domains, in the most extreme environments. Hear how Mercury uses LG technology to tackle challenges in both the development and adaptation of commercial AMLCDs.
As technology scales, traditional AI processing in facilities away from the battlefield is no longer a solution. Mercury Systems is using new 2.5D SiP technology to enable edge processing applications and answering needs for digitization closer to the sensor.
SOSA can provide the balance between plug-and-play and secure sustainability for multiple devices to work together seamlessly. This new technology architecture can save time, reduce SWaP, and increase the speed of innovation.
In today’s world of innovation and technology, what were once ambitious creations of imagination are quickly becoming the new reality. Mercury Systems’ HDversa server is a comprehensive solution that enables self-driving technology in autonomous vehicles and takes into consideration current and future requirements.
Should goods from commercial suppliers be given favor over the technological advantages gained through expert innovation for the aerospace and defense industry simply due to low cost? Exploring the downside of Lowest Price Technically Acceptable (LPTA).
Earlier this month, we announced an exciting new collaboration with Hewlett Packard Enterprise to bring the world’s most comprehensive ecosystem of hardware and software modules to the edge of the battlefield. This will deliver an exceptional balance of performance, storage, reliability, manageability and efficiency for data-intensive defense and aerospace applications such as aeronautical engineering, satellite communications, […]
Uncompromised data center processing capability deployable anywhere Evolving compute-intensive AI, SIGINT, autonomous vehicle, Electronic Warfare (EW), radar and sensor fusion applications require data center-class processing capabilities closer to the source of data origin – at the edge. This has driven the need for HPC to evolve into high performance embedded edge computing (HPEEC). Delivering HPEEC […]
Edge processing architectures in today’s autonomous and AI military systems, process an ever growing amount of sensor data. Many of these systems or devices used for edge processing applications in forward-deployed environments need to be small, rugged and agile. To handle this extreme workload, system architects must design boards using the fastest field-programmable gate array […]