ANDOVER, Massachusetts, April 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Mercury Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRCY, www.mrcy.com), a leader in reliable, secure mission-critical space and defense technology, today launched the innovative Rappid Spectrum Processing Platform, an innovative, modular, open-system architecture designed to dramatically accelerate the development of a wide range of electronic warfare (EW) , signal intelligence and software-defined radio applications. This scalable, application-ready platform reduces integration costs, extends system lifecycle, and allows the rapid deployment of new technologies, while all critical elements remain relevant against evolving adversary threats.
“Customers want an open, modular solution that allows them to quickly deploy the latest EW technology where it’s needed most,” said Mark Bruington, vice president and general manager of Mercury Spectrum Systems. “Our new open architecture ‘once-in-a-lifetime architecture’ The Rappid platform separates hardware from software, much like the way smartphone apps are designed to run on multiple smartphone models. This innovative approach enables users to quickly migrate new software to their existing subsystems to counter threats close to EMS. This is another major step in Mercury’s commitment to making commercial technology deeply more accessible to space and defense. “
“The rapid adoption of new technologies is essential to winning a national competition,” said Dr. Bill Conley, Mercury’s chief technology officer. “By using commercial technologies, our Rappid platform enables the democratization of innovation between industry and government in a new way that drastically reduces the time the military has to wait to receive modernized capabilities. This transformative innovation supports our national targets set out in the DoD Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) Excellence Strategy for 2020 by improving the flexibility of our systems. This is a revolutionary advance, which is essential for the victory of the enemy’s hypersonic weapons, enabling joint management and control of all domains, as well as for the rapid upgrade of strategic platforms for multi-mission operations of DoD. “
Current EW systems are typically designed and developed with custom hardware, firmware, and software. With the advent of new technology, the upgrade process can be cumbersome and expensive, as each new design requires new software development from scratch. In contrast, Rappid enables system developers to run the same software and firmware on different hardware implementations, allowing rapid upgrades of a wide range of EW systems to provide operationally significant capabilities when and where they are needed. Mercury continues to expand the Rappid environment by adding new partners and capabilities by introducing the latest technologies in mission-critical applications. Early collaboration with third-party system developers has already begun with the Virginia Tech Hume National Security and Technology Center, followed by an early implementer, the Jammer Technique Optimization Team (JATO), outside of Point Mugu Naval Air Station.
Mercury envisages, creates and delivers innovative technological solutions specifically designed to meet its customers’ most pressing high-tech needs. For more information, purchase inquiries or to learn how to become a development partner, please visit Rappid web page or contact Mercury at (866) 627-6951 or email@example.com.
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