What is Mercury’s business model?
The Mercury revenue model incorporates license fees and royalties, as well as maintenance fees, software license fees, and service fees. Mercury also licenses and sells development systems and provides consulting and support services directly.
Which companies have “Mercury Inside”?
Mercury’s IP licensees include numerous Tier 1 DoD prime contractors, as well as many of the top 50 commercial semiconductor companies.
What are the advantages to licensing Mercury IP?
By licensing advanced Mercury technologies as IP products, the entire semiconductor and electronics industry can easily adopt and incorporate best-in-class, proven technologies, reducing development risk and time-to-market.
What do you mean by “future-proofing”?
As security threats evolve and become increasingly sophisticated, security solutions and countermeasures are at risk of obsolescence. Mercury’s programmable IP solutions are able to keep pace with these threats via simple firmware updates, enabling Mercury clients to adapt to these ever evolving threats and delay or even prevent security-related obsolescence altogether.
Is Mercury’s anti-tamper IP silicon-proven?
Mercury’s IP cores and SCA implementations are silicon tested and silicon proven on multiple FPGA targets, and verification/validation of countermeasure effectiveness is available on your specific device.