MercuryNOW takes you inside our company, a leader in making trusted, secure mission-critical technologies profoundly more accessible to aerospace and defense, and features conversations with experts on issues that matter most to making the world a safer, more secure place for all. Topics covered include technology, strategy, leadership, operations and our team and are inspired by our Purpose of delivering Innovation That Matters® by and for People Who Matter.
Mercury Systems CEO Mark Aslett appeared on a recent episode of the Defense One Radio podcast. In an interview with Juliet Van Wagenen, Mark shared his insights on supply chain challenges,
the rapidly evolving geopolitical environment, and the need to make investments in critical semiconductor technologies. Thank you to Defense One Radio for sharing their original content. Please listen in, and enjoy the conversation.
Today's pace of technology development means the traditional approach of custom-designed modules and subsystems is too slow, but Modular Open System Architecture (MOSA) approaches can deliver on system demands without sacrificing performance or scalability.
In an increasingly competitive electronic environment, advanced radar electronic warfare and communication systems are pushing the limits of what is possible. Tune in to hear how Mercury is taking higher signal frequencies, higher signal bandwidths, lowered latencies in the processing tasks, and smaller form factors to the edge.
Get to know the new 8257A SOSA aligned development system, debuted live at the 59th Annual AOC International Symposium. This single-slot 3U VPX development chassis features SMA connectors and two NPO connectors for two 100 GigE optical interfaces on the front panel, and connectors for the 10 GigE, the 40 GigE, and the 1 GigE signals both in copper and in optical on the rear panel.
Ahead of Mercury’s attendance at the 59th Annual AOC International Symposium, the MercuryNOW vodcast team met with Dr. Bill Conley, Mercury CTO and chair of the 2022 Symposium, to discuss the latest trends in electronic warfare (EW) and how emerging technologies are enabling EW capabilities.
Live from SOFIC 2022, discover how Mercury is supporting an integrated deterrence approach – a key concept of the national defense strategy – with our latest products and technologies.
LIVE from the floor of the 2022 Army Aviation Mission Solution Summit, tune in and hear the latest from Greg Tiedemann, product manager for Mercury's mission division, as he discusses how Mercury is using MOSA principles to transform Army aviation and help develop the Aviation Mission Common Server, or AMCS.
Recorded live at the Air Force Association’s Aerospace Warfare Symposium #AWS22 in Orlando, FL, watch this MercuryNOW vodcast with Tad Ihns, director of business development, as he discusses the high-performance mission computers, encryption technologies, and open scalable solutions Mercury is bringing to aircraft and the pilots who fly them.
LIVE from the floor of the 2022 GOMACTech conference, tune in and hear the latest from Tom Smelker, VP/GM Microsystems, as he discusses the importance of Mercury’s onshore state-of-the-art advanced packaging to aerospace and defense. Plus, the announcement of Mercury’s RFS1140 SiP (system in package) that is revolutionizing RF processing at the sensor edge.
Mercury talks technology on the heels of receiving five Military and Aerospace Electronics 2021 Innovators Awards. Listen in to discover the latest innovations from Mercury that improve the speed of technology insertion, avoid costly and delayed development and deployment, and bring processing to the sensor edge to help meet national security needs. Join Mercury’s Dr. Bill Conley, Mark Bruington and Tom Smelker in this mercuryNOW p...
Memory solutions matter for mission-critical applications. High-quality, high-reliability and ruggedness are key for aerospace and defense industry applications. Hear how Mercury and Micron partner to deliver trusted memory modules using a focus on environmental and quality testing, product longevity and availability, and product design to create memory solutions that meet performance and functionality requirements across extreme e...
Develop once. Deploy anywhere. In a first of its kind, Mercury Systems introduces a new framework to enable the open and reusable development of open hardware, open software and now, open firmware applications. Hear more about how the breakthrough Rappid platform is bringing a new standard of flexibility to missions.
Jammer training systems are used to test and train radar and communications operators using realistic attacks. On this episode of MercuryNOW, learn more about Mercury’s newly released JTS0100—a turnkey, portable and ruggedized system that can be set up in less than one hour.
The ARES3100 is here—an advanced radar environment simulator for testing, training and comprehensive performance evaluation that leverages decades of technological innovation and is a proven, more affordable alternative to flight testing. In this MeruryNOW podcast, we discuss how Mercury is bringing custom capabilities to a standard system with a new advanced radar environment simulator.
An IPC-1791 Qualified Manufacturers Listing is quickly becoming a necessity for manufacturers who are committed to delivering the most trusted and secure manufacturing capabilities. Listen as Joe Scalfani, Mercury’s senior manager of quality systems, and Randy Cherry, IPC director of validation services, discuss mitigating risk with IPC-1791 certifications and the value it brings to businesses and customers alike.
What’s in store for the future of artificial intelligence (AI)? How is AI currently being used in the aerospace and defense industry to gain operational advantages? How is AI affecting all our daily lives? Mercury’s Karen Haigh, fellow chief technologist, provides answers to these questions and more. Karen, who is currently writing a book about the relevance of AI to electronic warfare, has made it her mission at Mercury to help cu...
Joint All-Domain Command and Control, or JADC2, is the DOD’s vision to connect sensors from all the military services—Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, Navy, and Space Force—into a single network by providing a cloud-like environment for the Joint force to share intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance data, transmitting across many communications networks, to enable faster decision-making. Listen in as Matthew Alexander, fellow ...
The explosion of big data has driven the need for utilizing artificial intelligence to break through “data noise,” process and analyze data efficiently, and return actionable information. In addition, there is a growing demand to take this processing out of the data center and bring it to the edge for faster critical insights. Listen in to find out how Mercury and NVIDIA are working together to deliver the latest commercial technol...
One year after acquiring Syntonic Microwave, Mercury Mixed Signal group’s Neal Austin and Jay Goodfriend join the MercuryNOW podcast to discuss how merging Syntonic’s domain expertise in flexible RF technology has supported Mercury’s position as a leading provider of high-performance, SWaP-optimized EW subsystems. Their expanded portfolio of frequency synthesizers, phase-coherent tuners and microwave frequency converters for signal...
Almost one year after Mercury’s strategic investment in custom microelectronics capabilities, the first in a family of trusted, secure system-in-package products has been announced. The RFS1080 RF SiP brings onshore, trusted 2.5D capabilities to the A&D industry, greatly impacting the speed and success of radar and electronic warfare (EW) processing. Listen as Tom Smelker, VP and general manager, Microsystems, discusses Mercury...
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