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Mercury Intros RapidIO ATCA Platform

HOUSTON -- Mercury Computer Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRCY) today announced at the TI Developer Conference its Ensemble2(TM) modular platform for the data plane built around the performance, scalability, and reliability of the serial RapidIO(R) embedded system interconnect and the Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture (AdvancedTCA(R)). Leveraging Mercury's renowned expertise in building efficient, scalable platforms for highly demanding applications in embedded computing, Ensemble2 is expected to deliver unprecedented levels of integration and scalability across a broad class of processing architectures that includes digital signal processors (DSPs), communications processors, FPGAs, and network processors.

The Ensemble2 platform will provide OEMs with cost efficiency and time-to- market advantages. From the lab to production, Ensemble2 is designed for next- generation infrastructure development and deployment.

Building upon the success and performance of the initial Ensemble system launched in 2004, Ensemble2 will add DSPs and network processors to the processing portfolio. "The feedback Mercury received from tier one Ensemble customers is very positive," said Mark Skalabrin, vice president and general manager, OEM Solutions Group at Mercury. "Our telecommunications customers have gained valuable insight into the capabilities of serial RapidIO as they evaluate technology options for their next-generation infrastructure platforms."

Mercury Computer Systems Inc.

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