Mercury Systems wins rapid data processing contract

On July 12, Andover, MA-based Mercury Systems Inc. announced it received a $56 million contract award from a leading defense prime contractor to facilitate the rapid data processing requirements for a defense radar application. The award was received in the company’s fiscal 2022 fourth quarter and is expected to be delivered over the next several quarters.

Advanced radar systems, equipped with the processing power of Mercury’s rugged servers, sort and analyze immense amounts of sensor data at the edge to enable rapid and reliable situational awareness and early warning for defense platforms, weapons systems and their crews.

“The processing power of Mercury’s rugged servers brings the performance of the data center to the edge so the massive amount of data collected by today’s advanced radar applications can be analyzed quickly and securely,” said Joe Plunkett, vice president, Mercury Embedded. “In addition to helping rapidly unlock insights, our field-proven solutions minimize program costs and reduce risk.”

Mercury’s rugged servers provide data center level performance to solve compute-intensive processing challenges while maintaining system-wide integrity and protecting critical data for loss or compromise. Featuring trusted, secure, US designed and manufactured motherboards with the latest commercial server-class compute power, Mercury servers are the processing technology choice for sensitive mission critical applications.

Source: Mercury

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