Artificial Intelligence

AI and machine learning is in everything from robotics to intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) to radar and beyond. Explore how Mercury provides a competitive edge in these mission-critical applications.

  • DefenseNews Outlook 2020

    DefenseNews Outlook 2020

    Presenting leaders from around the world & their perspective on the state of global security. Featuring our own Mark Aslett who shares his thoughts around “Microelectronics for a new global landscape"

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    Enabling big processing & AI-powered everything, everywhere

    Introducing the technologies developed by Mercury Systems & Intel that enable the best commercial data center processing capabilities to migrate across smarter fog and edge layers.

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    Rugged Server Product Guide

    Our servers are designed from the ground up for C4I and other mission-critical applications where performance, reliability and availability are crucial. View our entire rugged server offering.

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    GPU Processing at the Tactical Edge

    Devon Yablonski -Principal Product Manager, Sensor Processing NVIDIA GTC - November, 2019

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  • Embedded Cognitive Computing & Artificial Intelligence - part 1

    Embedded Cognitive Computing & Artificial Intelligence - part 1

    This white paper describes AI and cognitive computing (CC) and introduces the underlying largely commercially developer IP that enables them.

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    GPU Processing at the Edge

    Uncompromised data center processing capability deployable anywhere Evolving compute-intensive AI, SIGINT, autonomous vehicle, Electronic Warfare (EW), radar and sensor fusion applications require...

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  • Enabling edge processing with stacked, high-speed DDR4 and DDR5 memory

    Enabling edge processing with stacked, high-speed DDR4 and DDR5 memory

    The real-time processing of data requires fastest FPGA devices and multicore processors. These devices cannot provide peak performance without highly dense and high-speed DDR4 and DDR5 memory.

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  • Managing life cycle and network interoperability challenges on Navy platforms

    Managing life cycle and network interoperability challenges on Navy platforms

    Learn how commercial open computing strategies used by social media giants and advanced manufacturing practices employed by the automotive and logistics industries can be leveraged by the Navy.

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  • The Military Digital Convergence - enables next-generation military platforms

    The Military Digital Convergence - enables next-generation military platforms

    Military digital transformation enables platforms to shrink and become more capable and adaptable for mission autonomy.

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  • Military-Grade Microelectronics Packaging for the 21st Century

    Military-Grade Microelectronics Packaging for the 21st Century

    We discuss our proposal for a new microelectronics packaging platform addressing the practical needs of the defense market for the 21st century.

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  • Takeaways from the AOC International Symposium and Conference

    Takeaways from the AOC International Symposium and Conference

    From the proliferation of smart phones to the introduction of self-driving cars, the last decade has brought sweeping technological advances across all industries.

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  • Stacked, high-speed DDR4 and DDR5 memory

    Stacked, high-speed DDR4 and DDR5 memory

    To handle extreme workload, system architects must design boards using the fastest FPGA devices & Intel multicore processors. These devices cannot provide peak performance with high-speed DDR4 memory.

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  • Military-Grade Custom Microelectronics

    Military-Grade Custom Microelectronics

    Our domain expertise in rugged 3D packaging eliminates SWaP versus performance compromises. For more than 30 years, we have delivered SWaP-optimized multi-chip modules and System-in-Package devices.

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  • Beyond VMEbus: Bringing commercial concepts to the military market

    Beyond VMEbus: Bringing commercial concepts to the military market

    Learn about the history of VME and how Modular Open System Architecture (MOSA) compliant systems with robust COTS modules are scalable, extensible, available and serviceable for military platforms.

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    Military-Grade Custom Microelectronics

    Our tightly integrated engineering, manufacturing and test resources enable production velocity and reduce security vulnerabilities and program risk.

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    Mercury BuiltSECURE SiP

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    Mercury Memory

    Mercury Systems specializes in three-dimensional packaging of commercial memory technologies to produce military-grade, high reliability high density secure memory solutions. Designed and manufacture

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  • Advantages of Mercury's Modified Off-The-Shelf (MOTS) Product Approach

    Advantages of Mercury's Modified Off-The-Shelf (MOTS) Product Approach

    Our approach to building products for enhanced durability under extreme environmental conditions, including repeated temperature cycling over wide temperature ranges.

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  • EnsembleSeries Open System Architecture Embedded Processing Building Blocks

    EnsembleSeries Open System Architecture Embedded Processing Building Blocks

    We champion open systems architectures that support our customers' need for affordability and interoperability while infusing differentiating innovation into every compute element we build.

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  • Embedding data center compute capability at the tactical edge with OSA

    Embedding data center compute capability at the tactical edge with OSA

    At a high level, the vast majority of contemporary compute processing hardware may be divided into two domains: powerful data center processors and smaller, embedded devices.

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