Mercury Systems Inaugurates New Advanced Microelectronics Center in Phoenix, Arizona

Mercury Systems in an inaugural ceremony announced the opening of its new Advanced Microelectronics Center (AMC) in Phoenix, Arizona. The inauguration was presided over by Arizona Congressman Ruben Gallego (D), State Senator Catherine Miranda (D) and State Representative Reginald Bolding (D) along with Mercury President and CEO Mark Aslett and Mercury's Board of Directors.

Mercury’s Phoenix AMC will deliver digital processing and storage innovations that perfectly complement the RF and microwave capabilities of its existing centers in West Caldwell, N.J. and Hudson, N.H. The company's new AMC facility is a high-tech, 115,000 square foot design and manufacturing center of excellence for advanced digital microelectronic solutions addressing the defense industry's most rigorous performance and quality standards. With 15,000 sq. ft. of class 100k clean room space, the facility manufactures embedded processing modules, high-density secure memory, military-grade solid-state storage and custom built-to-specification microelectronics. All products built in the new center are integrated by customers into highly sophisticated computing systems which are then deployed in a variety of military applications such as electronic warfare, radar, platform management and command, control, communications and intelligence (C3I).

To ensure a seamless and rapid transition from prototype sampling to full-rate production, engineering resources skilled in advanced design and simulation techniques are co-located within the AMC. Recognizing the importance of long-term supply continuity for prime contractors, supply chain security and trust are assured throughout the complete product lifecycle. As a testament to its steadfast commitment to all aspects of industrial security, design and manufacturing records are actively protected with a cybersecurity program modeled after the Center for Internet Security (CIS) critical security controls.

Mercury's Advanced Microelectronics Centers are a key component for the realization of the company's next-generation business model. Through affordable and highly differentiated sensor chain solutions, defense prime contractors can now simultaneously secure their supply chain operations, minimize technical risk and meet program schedule and budget demands.

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