To intensify extreme temperature resilience and mechanical durability without increasing pre-integration risk, cost and schedule, Mercury takes a modular open systems architecture (MOSA) approach to design subsystems that operate at the tactical edge. Our agnostic cooling approach applies the air, conduction, Liquid Flow-Through, Air Flow-Through, Air Flow-By™ and Liquid Flow-By™ architectures to a single OpenVPX board design. Applying MOTS+ rugged packaging and effective cooling technologies across a portfolio of OpenVPX™ building blocks, we create scalable, interoperable processing subsystems that easily move from the lab to the tactical edge.
Electronic battlefield complexity is a growing challenge. New, more sophisticated RF processing capabilitie...
Learn about ACAP technology and how it's contributing to faster, stronger and more capable systems at the tactical edge.
Disaggregating processing is now enabling low-latency, network-attached everything at the edge with high-speed Ethernet connectivity, from GPU servers to NVMe-over-fabric storage devices.
Today's pace of technology development means the traditional approach of custom-designed modules and subsystems is too slow, but Modular Open System Architecture (MOSA) approaches can deliver on...
Optimized to solve the most advanced radar, cognitive EW and AI challenges, learn how Mercury ’s ACAP-engineer-to-engineer designer’s journey is intended to assist other development teams.
SWaP-optimized and ruggedized for operation in harsh environments, learn how Mercury ’s ACAP-based solutions will bring new levels of application capability to the tactical edge.
For the first time in the market, there is an optimized network-attached rugged distributed GPU processing system purpose-built for challenging AI edge workloads. Join NVIDIA & Mercury to learn more.
Live from the International Armored Vehicle Show in Austin, Texas, discover how Mercury is enabling the #army to get higher performance and #SWaP optimization in a smaller footprint when 3U VPX is not
Online panel discussions regarding the future of radar in the defense community.
Development Tactics and Techniques for Small Form Factor RF Signal Recorders
Recording solutions accelerate system development, performance and deployment. Capturing RF signals with precise timing over long sessions is both a necessity and a challenge for success.
Learn all about how Mercury helped the U.S. Coast Guard perform their maritime duties with solutions that processed vast amounts of sensor-generated data to deliver real-time mission-critical insights
Electronic battlefield complexity is a growing challenge. New, more sophisticated RF processing capabilities must be rapidly developed and deployed to operate successfully in contested environments.
You can’t open an industry magazine or visit a website without seeing news about SOSA, open standards and their adoption. Read more about SOSA - its origins, benefits and what's next.
Learn how rapid tech insertion enables real-time aircraft sensor processing in an actively deployed aircraft, empowering special operations to evolve to meet mission requirements.
Learn more about the Sensor Open Standards Architecture (SOSA) through this compilation of technical articles and improve interoperability, reduce development and deployment time, and overall costs.
Learn how Mercury and Intel collaborate to scale and deploy composable data center capabilities across the fog and edge layers with high performance embedded computing (HPEC)
Our servers are designed from the ground up for C5ISR and other mission-critical applications where performance, reliability and availability are crucial. View our entire rugged server offering.
Mercury Systems is partnering with Intel to develop high-performance, ruggedized, and secure edge computing solutions that enable mission-critical applications in the harshest environments.
Discover how early collaboration between Raytheon Missiles & Defense (RMD) and Mercury Systems, to build the next-generation radar for the U.S. Army, led to LTAMDS success.
The rapid rise of artificial intelligence (AI) has spurred debate in aerospace and defense.