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San Diego, CA – June 14, 2017 – Space Micro announced that they have delivered two flight units of their CubeSat Space Processor (CSP) single board flight computer to an undisclosed customer in support of a commercial space program.
What Is the Background of Space Micro’s Top Management?Our top management team comes with over 150 years of satellite electronics experience, including at the US Air Force, JPL, L3 Communications, Northrop Grumman, Cobham, Lockheed Martin, Space Electronics Inc., Maxwell Technologies, SAIC, and Arizona Sate Univ. Many of us founded and successfully ran fast-growth Space Electronics Inc. for 7 years before selling to a publicly traded company.
What Is Space Micro’s Core Product or Service and Its Unique Proposition to Their Market Sector?Space Micro designs, manufactures, and markets a broad line of radiation hard, but affordable, satellite subsystems….all performed in a smaller business environment which is dynamic, innovative and nimble. These subsystems include space avionics, image processing computers, communications-from S-band to Ka-band, optical comm, and GNC star tracker and sun sensors.
What Are Space Micro’s Growth Objectives over the next 5 Years?We grew revenue by 45% in 2016 and are on track for another rapid growth year of over 30%. Since our market share in the three major subsystems product areas is still relatively small, we expect to experience a continued CAGR of over 30%. As an exit event, we expect to be acquired at a premium multiple of revenue by a strategic buyer.
What Competitive Changes Does Space Micro’s Envisage Within Key Markets over the next 5 Years?
The space market will continue to became more globalized, and therefore our international sales and presence will dramatically increase. Our commercial space (Space 2.0) business has skyrocketed and we expect many more players to enter. We expect consolidation among the more established “old space” firms, but coupled by emergence of more entrepreneurial companies, many coming out of university CubeSat programs
More and more applications are calling for miniaturized electronics to integrate high-performance devices in a limited volume. 3D technology is being driven by the consumer markets as smartphones, tablets and many handheld devices require advanced features in light and thin products. Currently, those requirements are being fulfilled by fan-in or package on package (PoP) technologies, but real 3D low-profile components are being introduced for specific applications.
Exxelia is pleased to exhibit at RailTex 2017 in Birmingham, United-Kingdom. From May 9th to 11th at booth #H02, Exxelia will be showcasing innovative ranges of Aluminum Electrolytic capacitors for use in both rolling stock and signaling systems.
Felsic HV, long lifetime and high voltage screw terminal aluminum electrolytic capacitor
The Felsic HV family of aluminum electrolytic screw terminal capacitors provides great performances in energy density and ultra-long lifetime. For instance, 6 800µF @450V fit into a volume of Ø77 x 220mm and can withstand 200,000h between 0 to 70° under 37Amps, which makes them the perfect choice for use in rolling stock traction systems or the CVS.
San Diego, CA – April 8, 2017 Space Micro Inc. introduced today its µLCT™ 100 Gpbs Lasercom Terminal. The µLCT™ is suitable for LEO constellation cross links as well as GEO satellite up and down links.
The µLCT™ is based on space qualified commercial 1550 ns telecom components. The µLCT™ has a SEL threshold of > 60 MeV-cm 2 /mg, is SEFI immune and has a 30 krad(Si) total dose tolerance with an option of reaching 100 krad(Si). The µLCT™ includes Space Micro’s high efficiency model, point and track electronics, the optical pointing assembly and temperature compensated fiber collimating optics.
Exxelia is pleased to present a new unrivalled offer of Plug & Play TEMPEST filters for data centers and mission critical facilities.
Electronic equipment can leak sensitive information over conducted or radiated electromagnetic emanations, and signals transmitted down unprotected lines can potentially be intercepted. That’s why filters are implemented into systems to prevent EMI disturbances, as TEMPEST filters stop the high frequency EM signals (or noise) emanating inside the secured environment.