Synergy Microsystems, Inc. (“Synergy”), a leading provider of defense and commercial embedded computing solutions, has been acquired by Curtiss-Wright Corporation (NYSE:CW). Based in San Diego, California, Synergy designs, manufactures and integrates commercial-off-the-shelf embedded computing products such as single board computers, digital signal processing cards, multi-computing solutions and related software and support. Synergy is an innovator in real-time embedded computing solutions with 100% proprietary products, significant software development expertise and a strong history of design wins across multiple markets. In the defense market, Synergy’s key product applications include avionics, radar, sonar, ground control and autonomous vehicles. Platforms include FCS, JSF, Predator, MH-53 and Ohio Class submarine. Other markets include semiconductor, oil & gas and industrial process. Synergy will become a unit of Curtiss-Wright Controls.
Curtiss-Wright designs, manufactures and overhauls products for motion control and flow control applications, and provides a variety of metal treatment services. Curtiss-Wright Controls is a leader in niche motion control systems and embedded computing.
Curtiss-Wright acquired Synergy for in a $49 million cash transaction. Philpott Ball & Werner served as advisor to Synergy.