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Radar/EW

OpenRFM: A proposed open architecture to support EW and SIGINT applications - Story

April 16, 2015
OpenRFM is an affordable, modular open systems architecture that standardizes the electromechanical interfaces and control planes to drive affordability, ease of integration, and interoperability within the radio frequency (RF)/microwave domain and is ideally suited to electronic warfare (EW) applications. Its modular approach and leverage of commercial technology enables scalability, adaptability, high channel density, and exportable features.
Comms

Ultra-high-density data storage for heavy users - Product

April 12, 2015
Military big data needs require call for high density and Mercury meets that requirement with a modular solution. Mercury’s storage architecture leverages commodity solid-state disks (SSDs), providing tailored capacity with an upgrade path for future requirements.
Radar/EW

OpenRFM: A proposed open architecture to support EW and SIGINT applications - Story

April 07, 2015
OpenRFM is an affordable, modular open systems architecture that standardizes the electromechanical interfaces and control planes to drive affordability, ease of integration, and interoperability within the radio frequency (RF)/microwave domain and is ideally suited to electronic warfare (EW) applications. Its modular approach and leverage of commercial technology enables scalability, adaptability, high channel density, and exportable features.
Radar/EW

U.S. Navy orders more DRFM Jammers from Mercury Systems - News

March 17, 2015
CHELMSFORD, Mass. U.S. Navy officials ordered and additional $2 million of advanced Digital RF Memory (DRFM) jammers from the Mercury Defense Systems (MDS) subsidiary of Mercury Systems.
Radar/EW

OpenVPX server from Mercury offers teraflop performance for radar, EO/IR applications - News

September 26, 2014
CHELMSFORD, Mass. Mercury Systems, Inc. released a new high density server dubbed the Ensemble HDS6603 that delivers more than one Teraflop (TFLOP) of general processing power in one OpenVPX slot. This product enables cloud computing-at the tactical edge via emulation of similar but non-rugged data center capability.
A.I.

Is open delaying the future of cognitive computing? - Story

September 17, 2014
Open systems have the intended and unintended consequence of delaying innovation in computing. While industry players agree to standardize and build complex systems that eventually become useful products, this process can be lengthier than a single organization working alone.