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United States : Mercury Systems awarded outstanding score in Military & Aerospace Electronics 2016 Innovators Awards Program.

Mercury Systems, Inc. , announced today that its Ensemble LDS6526 server blade received a silver award by the judges of the annual Military & Aerospace Electronics Innovators Awards program. This program recognizes the most innovative solutions in military and aerospace technology products and systems, as judged by a panel of senior third-party expert professionals.

Were honored that our innovative LDS6526 server blade was recognized by the Military & Aerospace Electronics Innovators Awards program, said Shaun McQuaid, Mercurys Director of Product Management. LDS6526 blades are powerful, signal ingestion engines that are ideally suited to streaming low-latency signal processing applications including next-generation radar, complex image intelligence (IMINT), multi-functional sensor chain and advanced situational awareness applications.

The Ensemble LDS6256 is a rugged OpenVPX processing blade that seamlessly integrates the Intel Xeon processor D system-on-a-chip (SoC) product family, the versatility of software-defined off-load processing, double-bandwidth sensor I/O capability and built-in private and personalized security features into a powerful 6U form factor blade for streaming signal processing applications.

Alan Bergstein, publisher of Military & Aerospace Electronics, said This prestigious program allows Military & Aerospace Electronics to celebrate and recognize the most innovative products and services in the military electronics industry. Our 2016 Honorees are an outstanding example of companies who are making an impact.

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Date:Nov 19, 2016
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