Next-generation defense and aerospace applications are smarter and increasingly more autonomous. To be trusted and deployable anywhere, they require both proven systems security engineering (SSE) and the assurance of flight-safety certification. This whitepaper discusses the challenges and evolving methods of combining the often-competing but equally required assurance of private SSE and “public” flight-safety certification that is enabling modern processing systems to be deployed anywhere.
The inability to field the latest AI technologies at the pace of one’s adversaries often means the loss of ...
Online panel discussions regarding the future of radar in the defense community.
Xilinx's new RFSoC brings a powerful and unique solution for addressing some of the most demanding requirements of high bandwidth and high channel count systems.
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.
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.
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 as they
Mercury subsystems solve big data processing problems for platforms operating at the tactical edge. Our system design and integration experts deliver solutions that meet all your application needs
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.
Discover the perfect platform for integrating Mercury's RFSoC-based Quartz products with other third-party content, such chassis and backplane, 40 GbE switch, SBC and chassis manager.
Learn about the SOSA Consortium and the VITA organization, how they interact to address challenges and define successful strategies, along with illustrative examples of SOSA-aligned products.
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's modular open systems architecture (MOSA) approach to subsystems design provides maximum environmental protection and effective cooling for reliable deployment.
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.
Using technologies like high-bandwidth memory, high-bit-rate optical interfaces and gigabit serial protocols to address processing and memory demands in modern military systems
Welcome to fall! Just a few short hops from here to winter, and up here in the Northeast, we never know if the weather is going to be mild or wild. Either way, expect a lot of temperature...
Learn how Mercury builds products with varying degrees of enhanced durability to operate under extreme environmental conditions, including repeated temperature cycling over wide temperature ranges.
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.
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)
Learn about ACAP technology and how it's contributing to faster, stronger and more capable systems at the tactical edge.
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.
Xilinx and Mercury are working together to deliver up to 20× more processing power closer to the edge. Join our webinar, moderated by John McHale from Military Embedded Systems, read abstract-