introduces industry’s first Imaging Toolkit, which delivers breakthrough
capabilities for EO/IR, hyperspectral and radar
imaging application development for the defense and commercial markets.
teams with Mercury to co-develop an embedded ISR processing system called FELCO™
(Federated Embedded inteL-server for Collaborative Operations).
Mercury announces greatly improved radar subsystem performance
through two new innovations: a general purpose Graphics Processing Unit (GPGPU)
product based on the NVIDIA® “Fermi” architecture, and a 10 Gigabit
Ethernet (10GE) standards-based real-time sensor interface module.
Mercury announces new 3U and 6U OpenVPX™ modules in
support of customers developing EW/SIGINT applications in missions ranging from
radar targeting suppression to counter-IED.
Mercury launches the Ensemble™ Series 6U OpenVPX LDS6521 and the 3U OpenVPX SBC3510 modules based on the second-generation Intel® Core™ processor family.
V1.0 OpenVPX System Specification, co-authored by Mercury, is ratified by the VITA Standards Organization (VSO); specification meets the final criteria to enable balloting to proceed for ANSI ratification.
Emerson Network Power and Mercury team to promote interoperability on open standards-based subsystems for military and aerospace applications.
Mercury introduces the Ensemble HDS6600 High Density Server, the industry’s first Intel-based, rugged, server-class product for ISR applications in harsh military and aerospace environments.
Mercury releases OpenSAL, an open source version of its award-winning Scientific Algorithm Library (SAL) for vector math acceleration.
Mercury launches the Ensemble 6000 Series 6U OpenVPX Intel Core i7 LDS6520 module, the first embedded computing product combining Intel’s Core i7 processor family with the POET™ fabric interconnect.
Mercury debuts POET (Protocol Offload Engine Technology), the industry’s first protocol-agnostic, multi-fabric, interconnect technology for the Intel embedded computing product line.
Mercury launches the Ensemble 6000 6U SBC6521, the first module in a rugged product line of Intel®-based, multi-plane-enabled 6U modules for ISR applications.
Mercury announces availability of OpenVPX Reference Design Kits for customers to significantly reduce customization, cost and risk in the development of OpenVPX-compliant 3U and 6U payload and switch modules.
Mercury announces industry's first Intel-based, RapidIO-enabled AMC to accelerate demanding applications such as ground-based radar and software-defined routers for fourth-generation (4G) networks.
Mercury announces broad range of OpenVPX-compliant Ensemble 3000 and Ensemble 6000 Series products with application portability for a range of embedded signal processing applications.
Mercury announces completion of the V1.0 OpenVPX System Specification, the architecture framework designed to drive VPX system-level interoperability and lower costs.
Mercury announces PowerBlock™15, a manpack-sized computing platform with rugged, two-slot chassis suitable for deployment on small platforms operating in harsh environments.
Mercury Echotek Series VXS Digital Receiver is selected for the Editor's Choice Award by VME and Critical Systems based on its uniqueness, technical relevance, problem-solving ability and comparison to competitive offerings.
Mercury launches the MultiCore Plus® (MCP) Pro Edition software environment and the MultiCore MathPack library bundle, enabling application portability and enhanced productivity for ISR and industrial inspection.
Mercury adds new SoC, FPGA, GPU and storage modules to Ensemble 1000 Series line, supporting a range of flexible configurations for mission computing, radar signal processing, wireless communications, and video processing and fusion applications.
Mercury announces the Ensemble 5000 Series VXS product family with rapid deployment and multi-platform code portability to enable a 2x increase in SWaP performance for radar, SIGINT/EW and industrial applications.
Mercury initiates the OpenVPX Industry Working Group and teams with leading defense primes and embedded computing suppliers to create system-level guidelines for achieving true interoperability in VPX-based systems.
Mercury launches a new generation of Ensemble MicroTCA platform solutions supporting very high data rates with consistent, low-latency processing power for telecommunications and semiconductor manufacturing applications.
Mercury launches Echotek® Series family of high-performance, Virtex™ 5-based digital receivers that combine industry-leading mixed-signal performance with FPGAs to deliver the finest signal integrity in a flexible mezzanine card format.
Mercury unveils multi-GPU development sensor stream computing and exploitation platform, enabling customers to deploy the power of GPU image processing in a rugged form factor for defense applications.
Mercury introduces the Converged Sensor Network™ Architecture, combining IP networking with signal and image processing in a flexible, standards-based approach for next-generation battlefield intelligence.
Mercury earns Lockheed Martin STAR Supplier Award for exceptional quality and performance in the Electronic Systems business area.
Mercury introduces SR-110 10GE VXS Gateway, a revolutionary network-centric building block that seamlessly moves data between interconnect fabrics.
Mercury unveils the PowerBlock 50, an ultra-compact, ruggedized system that delivers more than 100 GFLOPS of processing power in a 4" x 5" x 6" footprint.
Mercury receives U.S. government R&D development prime contract for JCREW technology demonstration that includes X-Midas platform-independent software framework.
Mercury provides AdvancedTCA products and services to Hughes for commercial satellite base station platform.
Mercury's synthetic vision display enables helicopter pilots to “see” surroundings in zero visibility.
Mercury establishes wholly owned subsidiary Visage Imaging for life sciences and medical businesses.
Mercury and NVIDIA provide oil industry with data computation on the fly.
Mercury releases software development kit for PLAYSTATION3 for high-performance computing.
Mercury ships highest performing digital receiver in an XMC form factor in the industry.
Mercury and IPV Limited bring the power of cell technology to professional video market.
Mercury introduces complete UAV solution for cost-effective remote sensing applications.
Mercury announces partnership with Mentor Graphics and development of first Cell BE processor-based platform for EDA market.
Mercury collaborates with Boston University to deliver biotech applications on the Cell BE processor.
Mercury receives FDA approval for Visage PACS and Visage CS solutions for medical image management.
Mercury named market leader in embedded defense electronics.
Mercury introduces the PowerBlock 200, the first rugged Cell BE processor-based computer.
Mercury announces ExamineRT Server/Thin Client volume rendering and 3D visualization solution for 3D imaging in PACS.
Mercury delivers ruggedized, conduction-cooled 800 MHz 7447A 6U VME multicomputer that approaches 0.5 TeraFLOPs to address harshest environments.
Momentum Computer business unit announces industry-first dual Pentium M-based SBC for PICMG 2.16; CCR-200 doubles compute density in single-slot PICMG 2.16 backplane.
Mercury enables high-speed data movement for FPGA-based applications with FDK 2.0.
Mercury's Ensemble2 is the first high-speed Serial RapidIO AdvancedTCA platform for telecom infrastructure.
Mercury announces XB Series high-density imaging and visualization platforms for medical imaging, geosciences and visualization/simulation markets.
Mercury and Ziehm Imaging accelerate 3D medical image reconstruction by 40X.
Mercury introduces portfolio of imaging and visualization solutions for life sciences; comprehensive products accelerate critical 3D imaging applications.
Mercury announces Intel 32/64 Xeon-based imaging and visualization server solutions.
Mercury brings FPGA computing to a ruggedized 3U CompactPCI module for signal processing application environments severely constrained by size, weight and power.
Mercury ships first wave of RapidIO next-generation mezzanine cards; new XMCs enhance flexibility of RapidIO-based systems.
Mercury announces first multi-chassis, Serial RapidIO systems; ImpactRT 3200 and PowerStream 7000 enable twice the system performance.
Mercury announces XR9, the PowerPC 970FX-based rack-mountable server solutions optimized for high-performance applications.
Mercury and Tundra unveil Ensemble, the Serial RapidIO AdvancedTCA development platform.
Mercury boosts RACE++ system performance with new PowerPC 7447; backward-compatible G4+ daughtercards double speed of on-chip FFTs.
Mercury integrates FPGA computing into RACE++ MCJ6 FCN VME system.
Mercury announces the XR family of scalable open-system multicomputers based on Intel processors and a Linux® operating environment.
Mercury unveils the first multicomputer system to incorporate the RapidIO switch fabric architecture, the ImpactRT™ 3100.
Mercury integrates FPGAs with PowerPC microprocessors in a RACE++ multicomputer, increasing performance up to 50X faster.
Mercury announces a high-compute density PCI system that scales up to 256 GFLOPS, doubling the processing power previously available in RACE++ PCI systems.
Mercury unveils new RACE++ systems capable of exceeding 1.25 TeraFLOPS of processing power.
Mercury demonstrates new extensions to its industry-leading RACE++ systems that process high-resolution, 3-D medical diagnostic images up to 20X faster than previously possible.
Mercury announces the first complete RACE++ multicomputer system implemented on a single board.
Mercury unveils the RACE++ Series VantageRT® 7410, the embedded industry's fastest PCI multicomputer for signal and image processing.
Mercury introduces the RACE++ Series AdapDev™ 1000 system, an affordable workstation that accelerates Mercury-based application development .
Mercury is first to offer conduction-cooled systems with switch fabric interconnect technology.
Mercury ships RACE++ PowerStream™ 510 systems, quadrupling system performance.
Mercury introduces RACE++ Series CompactPCI (cPCI) systems.
Mercury supercharges PCI product line with “G4” processors and RACE++ in its new RACE Series VantageRT 7400 system.
Mercury empowers application developers with the RACE++ Series MULTI® Integrated Development Environment (IDE).
Mercury collaborates with Motorola in the development of RapidIO, an open-standard, high-performance, embedded switch fabric architecture.
Mercury unveils a new family of intelligent data communications interfaces, the RINOJ-F Series, based on the Front Panel Data Port (FPDP) standard.
Mercury quadruples processing density of image and signal processing systems with its RACE Series VME multicomputers based on next-generation PowerPC microprocessors with AltiVec technology.
Mercury brings performance debugging to 1000-processor systems with its Trace Analysis Tool and Library (TATL™).
Mercury announces VSIPL-Lite, the industry's first commercial implementation of the Vector Image and Signal Processing Library (VSIPL) standard.
Mercury unveils the first system based on RACE++, the next-generation, industry standard, RACEway Interconnect architecture.
Mercury announces RACE++, the next generation of its RACE switched-fabric architecture.
Mercury ships systems based on Motorola's 300-MHz PowerPC 750 microprocessors, nearly doubling the price/performance ratio of previous PowerPC-based RACE systems.
Mercury announces the RACE Series MultiPort™, a 120-GFLOP system that supports more than 1,000 processors and provides 12+ GFLOPS per cubic foot of processing power.
Mercury ships MC/OS™ Version 4, the first heterogeneous runtime environment for multicomputing applications.
Mercury ships the industry's first computer system based on an open-standard, switch fabric “bus-less” interconnect.
Mercury achieves record performance with its SHARC DSP-based system, providing more than 5 GFLOPS of processing power on a single VME form factor module.
RACEway Interlink attains approval as an ANSI standard (RACEway Interlink, ANSI/VITA 5-1994).
Mercury introduces the RACE-MCH platform, the industry's first computer system based on an open-standard switch fabric “bus-less” interconnect.
Mercury achieves breakthrough computational density of 10 GFLOPS per cubic foot in an embedded system with 720 RISC processors.
Mercury unveils its heterogeneous product strategy incorporating PowerPC RISC microprocessor and SHARC DSP technology.
The VITA Standards Organization (VSO), an ANSI-accredited sanctioning body for VMEbus enhancements, approves RACEway Interlink as a VSO standard.
Mercury announces the RACE Series, a new computer architecture that enables customers to embed true, scalable multicomputers inside their equipment.
Mercury is the first real-time, embedded computer company to demonstrate more than 3 GFLOPS of processing power in a standard VME chassis.
Mercury produces the first multifunction product to support VME64.
Mercury announces the first embedded multicomputer to deliver GIGAFLOP performance.
Mercury announces its MC860 Series of attached processors that dramatically enhance the performance of compute-intensive applications.