Mercury and Intel are collaborating to scale a common enterprise data center architecture across fog and edge layers. Learn more about how we are enabling big data and AI-powered processing resources for deployment to complex missions and tasks.
Listen to the latest MercuryNOW podcast as we discuss the challenges for JADC2 implementation and the role Mercury is playing to help make it a reality – from data center processing at the edge to high-performance AI processors and secure processing.
By utilizing the NVIDIA EGX edge AI platform for edge computing, coupled with open software stacks, machine learning (ML) data can be deployed and accelerated to retain operational advantage. Learn how Mercury and SigmaX are securing ML for multi-domain operations.
The inability to field the latest AI technologies at the pace of one’s adversaries often means the loss of tactical or operational advantages. Learn how Mercury’s open and modular design approach is particularly beneficial for the global AI race because it supports the rapid modernization of mission-
critical systems and accelerates AI electronics deployment through design flexibility and reduced complexity.
Mercury and Intel collaborate, bringing their own unique sets of technological know-how, to develop and implement AI applications for quicker deployment and integration in the field to enhance national security.
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.
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, […]
In military environments, seconds can be the difference between life or death and mission success or failure. A soldier in hostile territory needs their mobile system to rapidly process sensor data to accurately analyze threats and take action. Intelligent sensor systems using artificial intelligence (AI) to make automatic critical decisions without human intervention rely on […]