Mercury Systems Announces Defense Industry’s First Trusted Microelectronics Capability for Edge Processing Architectures
While most commercial microelectronics suppliers continue to move design and manufacturing capabilities offshore, the defense industry faces increased challenges for long-term supply continuity of trusted microelectronics critical to the success of our military forces. This increases the risk of device alteration by adversaries from the earliest stages of product design through the end of full rate production. Mercury’s custom microelectronics capability mitigates this risk by providing customers with a domestic and assured chain of custody deeply integrated throughout the entire product lifecycle, starting with the initial conceptual design, for both classified and unclassified programs.
“Our Advanced Microelectronics Center is proud to offer a one-stop, trusted source of design, assembly and test services for the most sophisticated custom microelectronics as an affordable alternative to conventional microelectronics suppliers whose business models fail to holistically integrate digital, radio frequency, and mixed-signal technologies,” said Iain Mackie, Vice President and General Manager of Mercury’s Microelectronics Secure Solutions group. “We have made substantial investments in our Phoenix, Ariz. facility to deliver authentic, high-performance devices manufactured using advanced microelectronics technologies.”
With tightly integrated design and manufacturing resources, the Company has developed deep domain expertise spanning a broad of range of capabilities ideally suited to custom microelectronics for defense applications:
- Advanced packaging technologies with surface-mount, flip chip, and wire bond: Military-grade, SWaP-optimized microelectronics manufactured and tested on a highly automated production line
- 2.5D and 3D packaging: In addition to the Company's robust 2.5D & 3D packaging capabilities, commercialization of state-of-the-art chip-scale packaging technologies for defense applications using through silicon via (TSV) interconnections is expected within calendar year 2019
- Thermal management: Innovative design methodologies cool the most advanced processors and field-programmable gate array (FPGA) devices
- Ruggedization: Proven design strategies mitigate the effects of exposure to extreme temperature environments, mechanical shock, vibration and thermal shock common in military environments
- Radio frequency (RF), microwave and mixed-signal: Integration of analog and mixed-signal devices and circuitry, leveraging Mercury’s world-class RF and mixed-signal engineering expertise
- Scalable manufacturing: Fully automated manufacturing floor with integrated material resource planning (MRP) system
- Advanced testing protocols: Automated, high-speed functional and environmental test capabilities to validate mission-specific performance requirements
- Robust cybersecurity posture: Protection of all design and manufacturing records with an active cybersecurity program based on the
Center for Internet Security(CIS) critical security controls
Mercury is now engaging with customers on new custom microelectronics design opportunities for next-generation sensor and effector mission systems. For application assistance or additional information, please visit www.mrcy.com/custom-microelectronics or directly contact Mercury’s application engineering team at firstname.lastname@example.org or (866) 627-6951.
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Mercury Systems is a leading commercial provider of secure sensor and safety-critical processing subsystems. Optimized for customer and mission success, Mercury's solutions power a wide variety of critical defense and intelligence programs. Headquartered in Andover, Mass., Mercury is pioneering a next-generation defense electronics business model specifically designed to meet the industry's current and emerging technology needs. To learn more, visit www.mrcy.com and follow us on Twitter.
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