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Mission Microwave Supplying High Power X, Ku, & Ka-Band BUCs in Support of the Warfighter

Santa Fe Springs, CA, April 30, 2019 –(PR.com)– Mission Microwave Technologies, LLC, a manufacturer of highly efficient Solid State Power Amplifiers (SSPAs) and Block Upconverters (BUCs) has received orders from multiple government contractors to provide X, Ku and Ka-Band Block Upconverters as components of complex SATCOM terminals in support of the Warfighter. The combined value of these orders was over $12 million in the first quarter of 2019.

“Mission Microwave’s value proposition of smaller, lighter and more efficient high power amplifiers is enabling our customers to create highly portable, higher throughput terminals with lower power consumption than previous options. Our customers rigorously evaluated our products and chose Mission Microwave to support their customers’ demanding requirements for reliability, performance and delivery,” said Francis Auricchio, President and CEO of Mission Microwave.

Mission’s Stinger, Javelin and Titan products have been designed into families of terminals across X, Ku and Ka-band frequencies. The common form factor and interfaces of these products allow designers to create flexible platforms eliminating the need to re-engineer the implementation when missions change.

The products delivered by Mission Microwave for these programs include high performance Commercial off the Shelf (COTS) amplifiers for X, Ku and Ka band terminals. These products rely on Mission’s patented GaN (Gallium Nitride) amplifier and BUC designs to support customers operating in harsh environments while reducing the Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP) burden on the remote users. Mission Microwave has moved to the forefront of the satellite terminal industry in shipping high power X, Ku and Ka Band amplifiers and BUCs for mobile applications in ground, maritime and other applications in both government and commercial industry sectors that require reliability, performance and efficiency.

About Mission Microwave Technologies, LLC

Mission Microwave Technologies brings revolutionary design for RF (Radio Frequency) and microwave electronics, supporting ground-based, airborne, and space-based applications. Using the latest in semiconductor technology, Mission Microwave’s focus is to minimize the size, weight, and power (SWaP) for these critical applications, while providing its customers with the best possible reliability.

Mission Microwave sets the new standard for design, performance, and reliability.

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Steve Richeson
(951) 893-4679
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www.missionmicrowave.com

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Principled Technologies Compares Performance of Value SAS and Data Center NVMe SSDs from Toshiba Memory vs. SATA SSDs in Dell EMC PowerEdge R840, R740xd, and MX Servers

Durham, NC, April 30, 2019 –(PR.com)– SATA SSDs, once embraced by enterprises as an affordable flash storage option, have not increased their transfer speeds in over ten years. (Footnote 1) Now Toshiba Memory has introduced the RM5 Series of value SAS SSDs and the CD5 Series of data center NVMe SSDs, both of which claim faster transfer speeds than SATA SSDs. Principled Technologies tested value SAS SSDs, data center NVMe SSDs, and SATA SSDs across three different workloads and Dell EMC PowerEdge server platforms to gauge whether the drives from Toshiba Memory could boost database workload performance and provide performance-per-dollar cost savings versus the SATA SSDs.

Dell EMC PowerEdge R840 server running a database analytics workload with RM5 Series value SAS and CD5 Series data center NVMe SSDs vs. enterprise SATA SSDs

According to the report, “The configuration with value SAS drives from Toshiba Memory provided 106 percent more operations per second (OPS) than the configuration with SATA drives. Data center NVMe drives improved performance even further, producing 137 percent more OPS than the SATA‑based configuration. Value SAS and data center NVMe SSDs also offered up to 57 percent better response times and provided up to 132 percent better database performance per dollar than the enterprise SATA SSDs we tested.”

Dell EMC PowerEdge R740xd server running a transactional database workload with RM5 Series value SAS SSDs and CD5 Series data center NVMe SSDs vs. enterprise SATA SSDs.

According to the report, “The value SAS drive configuration boosted transactions per second (TPS) by up to 71 percent over the configuration with enterprise SATA drives. Data center NVMe drives pushed performance even further, delivering up to 115 percent more TPS than the SATA‑based configuration. We also found that value SAS and data center NVMe drives delivered, respectively, up to 73 percent and 109 percent better transactional database performance per dollar than enterprise SATA drives.”

Dell EMC PowerEdge MX-based vSAN cluster running a transactional database workload with RM5 Series value SAS SSDs vs. enterprise SATA SSDs

According to the report, “The configuration with value SAS SSDs processed 40 percent more orders per minute, responded in roughly half the time, and delivered 45 percent more transactional database performance per dollar than the enterprise SATA SSDs we tested.”

To learn more about how value SAS and data center NVMe SSDs from Toshiba Memory could help businesses move toward future growth, read the reports for each study:

· Dell EMC PowerEdge R840 server running a database analytics workload with RM5 Series value SAS SSDs and CD5 Series data center NVMe SSDs vs. enterprise SATA SSDs: http://facts.pt/medhjjv
· Dell EMC PowerEdge R740xd server running a transactional database workload with RM5 Series value SAS SSDs and CD5 Series data center NVMe SSDs vs. enterprise SATA SSDs: http://facts.pt/ll2fgw2
· Dell EMC PowerEdge MX-based vSAN cluster running a transactional database workload with RM5 Series value SAS SSDs vs. enterprise SATA SSDs: http://facts.pt/l3l7pc4

Footnote 1 – The Serial ATA International Organization (SATA-IO) last announced a doubling of maximum transfer speeds on SATA (from 3Gp/s to 6Gp/s) in August 2008. “New SATA Spec Will Double Data Transfer Speeds to 6 Gb/s,” accessed April 5, 2019, https://sata-io.org/system/files/member-downloads/SATA_6Gb_Phy_PR_Finalv2.pdf

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Principled Technologies, Inc.
Jasmine White
919-941-9812
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http://www.principledtechnologies.com/

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