Mercury Systems Inc. announced that it has acquired Decatur, Alabama-based Lewis Innovative Technologies Inc. (LIT), a provider of engineering design services around secure processing technologies. For its military customers which include the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, MDA, and Department of Homeland Security, LIT provides rapid development of PC-based products and integration of COTS hardware.
Mark Aslett, Mercury's President and CEO states: “Embedded systems security has become a requirement for new and emerging military programs. LIT’s security solutions significantly extend our leadership in secure embedded computing, which is a critical differentiator from our traditional competition. LIT’s solutions, combined with our next-generation secure Intel server-class product line, together with a mandate from the government to secure electronic systems for domestic and foreign military sales, position us well to capitalize on DoD program protection security requirements.”
Deal terms were not disclosed.
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