March 2, 2021Shaun McQuaid
Ten years ago, cloud computing hadn’t yet hit the mainstream. Amazon Web Services was only a few years old, Apple’s iCloud didn’t yet exist, and the “as-a-service” markets (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS) were still in their infancy. Since then, however, the commercial market has evolved, and so has Mercury’s HDS server product line and the modular building blocks that operate alongside it.
February 25, 2021Mercury Systems
The ARES3100 is here—an advanced radar environment simulator for testing, training and comprehensive performance evaluation that leverages decades of technological innovation and is a proven, more affordable alternative to flight testing. In this MeruryNOW podcast, we discuss how Mercury is bringing custom capabilities to a standard system with a new advanced radar environment simulator.
February 25, 2021Mercury Systems
Taking secure computing to the tactical edge requires a built-in multilayered security approach from system startup to system availability. Listen in as experts from Mercury Systems and Intel discuss how they work together to safeguard confidential data and IP against adversarial threats and deliver uncompromised cutting-edge data center-caliber systems that are both affordable and familiar.
February 4, 2021Mario LaMarche
Done with finding “surprises” while searching for the ideal microwave frequency converter? The first step is understanding the technology behind this complex topic and the future trend of direct digitization. In this blog, learn about the different technologies available and how you can peel back the layers to discover the best up and downconverter solution suited for your specific needs, while minimizing surprises along the way.
February 2, 2021
An IPC-1791 Qualified Manufacturers Listing is quickly becoming a necessity for manufacturers who are committed to delivering the most trusted and secure manufacturing capabilities. Listen as Joe Scalfani, Mercury’s senior manager of quality systems, and Randy Cherry, IPC director of validation services, discuss mitigating risk with IPC-1791 certifications and the value it brings to businesses and customers alike.
January 22, 2021Mark Aslett, President and CEO
As a technology leader on the forefront of digital transformation, Mercury has evolved its brand to reflect its progress. Read what Mark Aslett, president and CEO, has to say about the future-forward mindset Mercury is carrying into the new year.
December 14, 2020Stephanie Georges, SVP & CMO
Mercury has evolved as a technology leader. And just as we have evolved, so too has our brand. Human, confident and bold, our new brand voice is symbolic of Mercury today – a technology company dedicated to innovation, a culture that is people-centered and a vision to make the world a safer and more secure place for all.
December 11, 2020Kelsey Ryon
What can Mercury Systems possibly have in common with a classic Monty Python movie? Meet the “holy grail” of signal intelligence solutions—Mercury’s new TAC-3290 microwave tuner. Small enough to fit in a backpack, this ultra-wideband microwave tuner brings an unprecedented level of flexibility and high-performance microwave frequency conversion to users in space-constrained environments. This ready-for-anything tuner brings broadband quality RF signal processing to edge applications and plays a starring role in Mercury’s family of low-SWaP, multiple-bandwidth downconverter/tuners.
December 8, 2020Mercury Systems
What’s in store for the future of artificial intelligence (AI)? How is AI currently being used in the aerospace and defense industry to gain operational advantages? How is AI affecting all our daily lives? Mercury’s Karen Haigh, fellow chief technologist, provides answers to these questions and more.
December 4, 2020Mercury Systems
Back by popular demand, Mercury CTO Dr. Bill Conley, and Dr. Ian Dunn, Chief Scientist and VP, Advanced Technologies, are once again teaming up to answer additional questions raised by customers, suppliers and partners who attended their informative “Open Architectures and Enduring Competitiveness” webinar held last month. Learn more about how the source of research and development has shifted from the federal sector into the private sector over the last decade and the important role of open architecture to the defense ecosystem.