How do you modernize the processing capability of an actively deployed aircraft to enable more efficient sensor data ingest and algorithm execution; while meeting an aggressive project schedule, maintaining the existing envelope, minimizing downtime and ensuring the aircraft passes qualification testing quickly? Early engagement and collaboration of Mercury architects and the customer were vital to designing a powerful electro-optical/ infrared (EO/IR) airborne processing solution able to deliver real-time intelligence.
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This white paper describes next generation direct RF to redefine what’s possible in radar and software radio, from jamming to electronic intelligence to significant bandwidth performance.
Direct RF technology disrupts traditional acquisition techniques, delivering huge speed and processing advancements. Learn how direct RF affects the world of EW, radar and signal intelligence.
Mercury's Rodger Hosking joins David Tremper, Director, Acquisition Integration and Interoperability, Office of the Undersecretary of Defense (OUSD) and industry experts for the MOSA virtual summit.
PCIe 5.0 protocol benefits a new generation of rugged, deployable application platforms with doubled bandwidth and is an integral part of the latest devices from industry giants, Intel and NVIDIA.
Designing post-quantum cryptography (PQC) is much more than just implementing an algorithm. You need industry-leading solutions that address all aspects of advanced cryptographic development. Read...
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
Technology is evolving faster than ever. Mercury's business model leverages open standards, commercial technology and R&D investment to drive innovation at a lower cost.
Mercury’s cutting-edge avionics and mission-critical solutions make airspace the safest space to ensure flight and mission success. Open, safe and secure, our solutions enhance awareness and accuracy.
Did you know your computer could be untrustworthy, even before you take it out of the box? Read more about how trust is compromised through the supply chain and ways you can prevent it.
Mercury rugged edge servers help New York City (NYC) Transit ensure underground transportation safety with real-time information.
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.
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)
Assurance of DAL flight-safety certification and systems security engineering (SSE) is required to protect systems and mitigate risk for future smart and autonomous platforms
Intel and Mercury discuss building rugged, open, DAL-certifiable processing boards and subsystems for mission systems and AI workloads.
Intel and Mercury Systems discuss their longstanding partnership and collaboration in building DAL-Certifiable DO-254 and DO-178C computing for future avionics
Modern sensors and AI need powerful flight-ready computing, but creating safe multi-core processing systems is difficult to achieve. Learn why Intel-based solutions are suited for AI and FVL.
Handling AI, SIGINT or compute-heavy workloads that require moving data at real-time speeds? Learn about our all-new RES XR7 rugged rack servers with Intel’s latest 3rd gen Xeon Scalable processors.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming the defense industry by broadening the scope of machine applications and leveling the playing field for nation states looking to gain power.
Enterprises supporting the DoD can leverage commercial investment, open systems architectures and internal R&D to speed technology innovation and reduce overall sustainment and investment cost.