Modern life depends heavily on space systems, which need ever-increasing processing power to support complex in-space applications and handle expanding data volumes. Important national security operations including missile warning, communications, and Earth observation are made possible by military satellites.
Commercial satellites offer direct-to-home television and radio services, in-flight Wi-Fi, as well as global infrastructure and asset monitoring. Civil government spacecraft, both manned and unmanned, are advancing our knowledge of the world we live in and everything else.
New capabilities and requirements for space systems necessitate high-density memory capacity to support increased processing capability. Additionally, Mercury’s 8GB DDR4 components take up 75% less space than alternative memory alternatives, which is significant given that space systems are being created with smaller form factors.
The Global Military Rad-Tolerant DDR4 Memory Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Launch of DDR4 memory by Mercury Systems for use in space missions’ edge processing Mercury Systems has unveiled an 8Gbyte DDR4 memory that can withstand radiation. It “sets a new benchmark for performance in data-intensive processing applications in space,” the company claims.
Important national security operations including missile warning, communications, and Earth observation are made possible by military satellites. Commercial satellites offer TV and radio services, in-flight Wi-Fi, as well as global infrastructure and asset tracking. To manage massive amounts of data, these space systems need ever-increasing amounts of processing power.
As capabilities and requirements are added, these space systems become more complicated, requiring high density memory capacity in addition to more computational power. Mercury’s 8GB DDR4 components, according to the business, offer a 75% space reduction over alternative memory solutions when space systems are built with smaller form factors.
Mercury memory modules are engineered to perform in the most challenging environments and are deployed on important missions in the air, land, and sea domains. These radiation-tolerant 8Gbyte DDR4 modules will allow for even greater performance and capability for next government and commercial space missions.
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