Midland defence and aerospace computing specialist Radstone Technology has landed a $ 26.7 million (£14.59 millon) deal from US firm Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems for advanced submarine-launched torpedoes.
Northamptonshire-based Radstone will provide G4DSP rugged digital signal processors for the latest phase of the MK- 48 Advanced Capability/Advanced Common Torpedo upgrade programme.
The MK-48 ADCAP torpedo is the US Navy's heavyweight submarine-launched torpedo.
The programme is a joint development between the Naval Undersea Warfare Center and Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems.
Also included in the order is Radstone's PPC4A single board computer.
"As a business, we pride ourselves on our strength in listening to our customers and developing the products they need," said Jeff Perrin, Radstone's chief executive.
"Beyond that, Radstone leads the industry in providing long term support to our customers in programmes that can have a lifespan of many years.