Mercury Systems Wins Four Awards in Military & Aerospace Electronics 2019 Innovators Awards Program

December 6, 2019 Mercury Systems

ANDOVER, Mass. - Dec. 5, 2019 - Mercury Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRCY, www.mrcy.com) announced today that four of its products were recognized by the judges of the annual Military & Aerospace Electronics Innovators Awards program. The judging panel consisted of a panel of senior third-party expert professionals.

The winning products, award levels and categories were:

Platinum: RFT-3200 Agile IF Microwave Downconverter

Gold: Military-grade high-density 16GB DDR4 Memory

Silver: EnsembleSeries HDS6605 Blade Server

Silver: Coherent, multi-channel, direct digitization system

“We are deeply honored to receive these prominent awards recognizing four key innovations from Mercury’s broad portfolio of secure, reliable, purpose-built solutions,” said William Conley, Ph.D., Mercury’s Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer. “This recognition underscores the power of Mercury’s transformational business model specifically designed to meet the industry’s current and emerging technology and business needs by delivering affordable, state-of-the-art solutions, service and support to our customers, and reinforces our commitment to Innovation that Matters.”

“On behalf of the Military & Aerospace Electronics Innovators Awards, I would like to congratulate Mercury Systems on their multiple award honoree status,” said Military & Aerospace Electronics Editor-in-Chief John Keller. “This competitive program allows Military & Aerospace Electronics to celebrate and recognize the most innovative products impacting the aerospace and defense community this year.”

The 2019 Military & Aerospace Electronics Innovators Awards Honorees are featured in the November Issue of Military & Aerospace Electronics magazine as well as on www.militaryaerospace.com.

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