Devon Yablonski, Principal Product Manager, Sensor Processing talks GPU-powered AI at NVIDIA GTC - November, 2019
The recent tri-service memorandum requiring modular open system approaches to be deployed in all future def...
Learn how Mercury and Intel collaborate to scale and deploy composable data center capabilities across the fog and edge layers with high performance embedded edge computing (HPEEC)
This paper first discusses advanced capabilities that enhance LCD technology and then reviews business factors to consider when selecting or specifying display systems.
Learn how Mercury delivers highly specialized AMLCDs to address the mission-critical needs of military vetronics by leveraging early development of extreme high-resolution from the medical industry.
Mercury, contracted by Airbus D&S is supplying processing subsystems as part of the EGNOS common computing platform.
AI processing capability remote from the data center is required for smarter and more autonomous aerospace and defense missions. See how Mercury Systems and Intel are working together to make edge pro
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...
Mercury's rugged edge servers accelerate compute-heavy mission-critical applications like artificial intelligence (AI), signals intelligence (SIGINT), virtualization and big data analytics.
Learn what big data is and why the military relies on big data data pipelines to drive artificial intelligence and ensure mission success in the multi-domain battlefield.
A comprehensive look at how a Next Generation Business Model can be purpose-built to meet the challenges we and our allies face.
This white paper explains why OpenRFM can change the game in building modular, interoperable and affordable solutions within EW, EA and SIGINT.
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.
Mercury's capabilities overview - our goal is to be he leading commercial provider of secure sensor and mission processing subsystems.
Innovation that's embedded - this brief explores's Mercury's "five S's" of secure data storage for military embedded systems: SWaP, Speed, Security, Sanitize and Self-Destruct.
Our rugged packaging and effective cooling technologies are OpenVPX-compliant, SOSA-aligned building blocks designed to reduce your processing subsystems pre-integration risk, cost and schedule.
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.
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.
For the modern battlefield with hypersonic weapons, “real-time” answers enabled by 5G are critical. Learn the promises and pitfalls of 5G and how it can be made secure and reliable.
Data center GPU coprocessing for aerospace and defense: High-performance computing has evolved into high-performance embedded edge computing. The post Taking the Data Center to the Edge with...
Microwave Journal: Optimize the IF from mission to mission