Mercury Systems to Deliver Ruggedized Memory Devices for Airborne Military Computing System

Mercury Systems has received a $3.2 million order to deliver ruggedized memory devices to a prime defense contractor for an effort to develop an advanced airborne military computing system.

The company said Thursday the computing system will be equipped with the BuiltSECURE products that include high density secure memory hardware and military-grade solid-state drives.

The product suite also consists of selective availability anti-spoofing modules and system-in-package tools.

Mercury expects to conduct the deliveries throughout the several following quarters.

The company’s products are manufactured in a facility certified by the Defense Microelectronics Activity.

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