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Raytheon Takes High Speed Data Storage System


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Mercury Computer Systems
: 11 August, 2010  (Application Story)
Mecury Computer Systems is supplying Raytheon division with a rugged IT Subsystem for critical radar surveillance data storage
Mercury Computer Systems will deliver systems architecture, development, qualification and integration services to Raytheon National & Theater Security Programs division for a rugged, high-speed data storage and recording subsystem to be deployed in the AN/TPY-2 Missile Defense Program.

As an integral part of the Ballistic Missile Defense System, the Raytheon AN/TPY-2 provides advanced mobile, multi-function radar with long-range surveillance designed to search, acquire, track, and discriminate ballistic missile threats from non-threats.

According to Raytheon’s requirements, Mercury will provide a technology refresh specially architected to be as close to the original system configuration as possible. Mercury will also qualify and integrate both Mercury and third-party components, and provide software modifications to ensure full interoperability and backward compatibility.

“Since 2003, our demonstrated ability to support life-cycle management of COTS components, while increasing system performance capabilities, has positioned Mercury as the partner of choice for the AN/TPY-2 technology refreshes,” said Brian Perry, Director of Services & Systems Integration for Advanced Computing Solutions at Mercury. “This ability is increasingly critical, as leading defense primes such as Raytheon are implementing more commercial components while having to support a long mission life.”
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