Mercury Systems Announces Additional Trusted Supplier Accreditation from U.S. Department of Defense
ANDOVER, Mass. - May 31, 2017 - Mercury Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRCY, www.mrcy.com), announced that its Phoenix, Ariz. Advanced Microelectronics Center (AMC) received the Category 1A Trusted Supplier accreditation for design services from the U.S. Defense Department’s Defense Microelectronics Activity (DMEA) organization. Complementary to the facility’s original accreditation for broker, packaging, assembly, and test services, this new design service accreditation further validates the Company’s commitment to security excellence in all aspects of its operations. Joining the Company’s Andover, Mass. facility recognized earlier this year, the Phoenix AMC is the second Mercury facility to achieve DMEA design service accreditation.
As a Trusted Supplier of commercial electronics for secure sensor and mission processing subsystems, the Phoenix AMC facility supports state-of-the-art military and aerospace programs with ruggedized, SWaP-efficient memory, storage, and system-in-package (SiP) microelectronics. With expanded accreditation for design services, Defense prime contractors have a Trusted supply chain partner for application-specific, customized microelectronics without sacrificing security, performance, or SWaP design principles.
“The design, manufacturing, and test capabilities of our trusted Phoenix AMC facility provide cost-effective, advanced microelectronics critical to the success of our warfighters around the globe,” said Charlie Leader, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Mercury’s Advanced Microelectronics Solutions group. “Accreditation spanning the design phase through final product testing highlights Mercury’s substantial investment in security and trust as the foundation of our operational cadence. Defense prime contractors can confidently turn to Mercury for custom-engineered memory, storage, and SiP devices for any defense or aerospace applications.”
The Defense Security Service (DSS) has also recognized several of Mercury’s AMC facilities for their dedication to industrial security excellence with multiple Superior ratings. Additionally, Mercury has implemented a cybersecurity program modeled after the Center for Internet Security (CIS) critical security controls for the protection of all design and manufacturing records.
For more information on Mercury’s DMEA trusted facilities, visit www.mrcy.com/DMEA or contact Mercury at (866) 627-6951 or email@example.com.
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Robert McGrail, Director of Corporate Communications
Mercury Systems, Inc.
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