Rugged data storage system based on solid-state drives introduced by Mercury for surveillance applications

BALTIMORE, 8 Nov. 2011. Mercury Computer Systems Inc. (NASDAQ:MRCY) in Chelmsford, Mass., is introducing a digital storage unit for defense applications such as ground mobile vehicle surveillance and wide-area aerial surveillance, as well as for commercial applications like in-flight entertainment systems, scientific research, and weather studies. The data storage system from the Mercury Services and Systems Integration team uses standard solid-state storage disks, and is customizable to specific capacity, size, weight, and power (SWaP), redundancy, and security requirements.

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BALTIMORE, 8 Nov. 2011. Mercury Computer Systems Inc. (NASDAQ:MRCY) in Chelmsford, Mass., is introducing a digital storage unit for defense applications such as ground mobile vehicle surveillance and wide-area aerial surveillance, as well as for commercial applications like in-flight entertainment systems, scientific research, and weather studies.The rugged data storage system from the Mercury Services and Systems Integration team uses standard solid-state storage drives, and is customizable to specific capacity, size, weight, and power (SWaP), redundancy, and security requirements.Mercury made the announcement this week at the AFCEA MILCOM conference and trade show in Baltimore, which highlights technologies in military communications and embedded computing.

The rugged data storage system from Mercury is for use with sophisticated sensors, which generate tremendous amounts of data in commercial and defense applications. Mercury's modular storage architecture is optimized for SWaP, performance, environmental, vibration and temperature requirements, and can be tailored to different interfaces.

For more information contact Mercury online at www.mc.com.

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