The paradigm for scaling rugged mission-critical processing resources at the edge is evolving rapidly. 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.
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Discover how the U.S. Navy utilizes Mercury's scalable and configurable HD modular blade servers to simultaneously partition, process, and store adjacent levels of classified information.
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.
Mercury’s RES HD servers provide the U.S. Navy with a secure, cost-effective, high-performing replacement for IBM blade servers.
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...
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)
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
Optimized networked-attached GPU distributed processing architecture delivers NVIDIA A100 GPU parallel computing resources over dual 100 Gbit Ethernet network connections without requiring an x86 host
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.
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.
Use the latest technology that allow real-time recording systems to keep up with the ever-increasing speed requirements of wide-bandwidth data capture in modern military systems.
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.
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.
Mercury rugged edge servers help New York City (NYC) Transit ensure underground transportation safety with real-time information.
Mercury takes the same #Intel technology that powers artificial intelligence (#AI), makes our roads safer and healthcare more accessible, and develops mission-critical solutions that operate on land,
For more than 20 years, Mercury has been working closely with NVIDIA to help solve the world’s most complex processing challenges. As a preferred partner, Mercury is bringing NVIDIA’s latest #GPU and
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.
In today’s world of innovation and technology, what were once ambitious creations of imagination are quickly becoming the new reality. Mercury Systems’ HDversa server is a comprehensive solution...
Mercury's rugged edge servers accelerate Artificial Intelligence (AI), Cybersecurity, Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) and C4ISR tactical edge computing workloads.
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