Annapolis Micro Systems was awarded $61.6M for RFSoC and versal-based Solutions for Airborne Electronic Warfare.

Annapolis Micro Systems, a leading COTS board and systems supplier, has recorded its largest orders, a combined $61.6M for RFSoC & Versal™-Based Solutions for 3U OpenVPX Airborne Electronic Warfare (E.W.). The orders include SOSA™-aligned FPGA Boards, Mezzanine Cards, Switches, Chassis, Backplanes, and Chassis Managers.

The multi-year orders come from two repeat customers: a major Applied Research Laboratory and a Top-10 Defense Contractor.

“Airborne E.W. is extremely challenging due to the requirement to process and respond to threats in real-time while operating in an extreme environment that needs to be optimized for size, weight, power, and cost (SWaP-C). Customers come to us because we have decades of experience delivering advanced E.W. capabilities deployed worldwide in must-not-fail applications,” said Annapolis CTO Noah Donaldson.

These orders put Annapolis on course for a record-breaking revenue year.

“Our investments in technology and our people are paying dividends,” said Annapolis President Nancy Dalton. “We were recently named a Top Workplace by the Baltimore Sun, and we are in the middle of a big building renovation that will deliver more efficient and modern office and lab spaces.”

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