Mercury closes $180M Themis Computer acquisition

Mercury Systems said Thursday it has closed its $180 million-cash acquisition of ruggedized server and storage system maker Themis Computer.

First announced in December, the deal gives Mercury greater access to military customers that include all four military branches and the Army National Guard. Themis also provides its platforms to the Coast Guard.

Themis builds its technologies to work in missile systems, unmanned aerial vehicles, radars and combat management systems.

Including Themis, Mercury has acquired six companies for $575 million total over the past two years and intends to use Themis as a platform for more deals to grow in the C4I market -- command, control, communications, computers and intelligence.

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