Mercury Systems acquires new companies
Mercury Systems has announced acquisitions of the Athena Group and Syntonic Microwave, the company announced on 18 April.
The Athena Group is a Gainesville, Florida-based provider of cryptographic and countermeasure IP vital to securing defence computing systems. The company offers a portfolio of differential power analysis technologies solutions that enable key applications such as artificial intelligence, mobile communications and cloud computing.
Campbell, California-based Syntonic Microwave is a provider of advanced synthesisers, wideband phase coherent tuners and microwave converters optimised for signals intelligence (SIGINT) and electronic intelligence (ELINT) applications demanding frequency coverage up to 40 GHz with 2 GHz instantaneous bandwidth.
Mark Aslett, president and chief executive officer, Mercury Systems, said: ‘The acquisitions of Athena and Syntonic continue to enable us to grow the size of our total addressable market and reinforce our strategy of
becoming the leading provider of secure and safety-critical processing subsystems for aerospace and defence applications. We are very pleased to welcome the Athena and Syntonic teams to the Mercury family.'
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