ADVISORY, Nov. 15, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --
Mercury Computer Systems (MRCY), a trusted provider of commercially developed ISR subsystems for defense prime contractors, will visit the NASDAQ MarketSite in New York City's Times Square. In honor of the occasion, Mark Aslett, Mercury's President and CEO, will officially ring The NASDAQ Stock Market Closing Bell.
NASDAQ MarketSite – 4 Times Square – 43rd & Broadway – Broadcast Studio
Wednesday, November 16th, 2011 – 3:45 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET
Robert Hult, CFO
Fiber Line (Encompass Media): 4463
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Gal 3C/06C 95.05 degrees West
18 mhz Lower
DL 3811 Vertical
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About Mercury Computer Systems (MRCY) -- Where Challenges Drive Innovation®:
Mercury Computer Systems (www.mc.com), (Nasdaq:MRCY) is a best of breed provider of open, commercially developed, application-ready, multi-INT subsystems for defense prime contractors. With over 30 years of experience in embedded computing, superior domain expertise in radar, EW, EO/IR, C4I, and sonar applications, and more than 300 successful program deployments including Aegis, Global Hawk, and Predator, Mercury's Services and Systems Integration team leads the industry in partnering with customers to design and integrate system-level solutions that minimize program risk, maximize application portability, and accelerate customers' time to market.
Mercury is based in Chelmsford, Massachusetts, and serves customers worldwide through a broad network of direct sales offices, subsidiaries, and distributors.