Of the many certifications that contract manufacturing companies hold, the National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program (Nadcap) is one of the most highly coveted. Although Nadcap accreditation was originally established as a means of standardizing quality assurance measures for the aerospace and defense industries,
As part of the MAKE IT IN LA coalition, PARPRO recently hosted Michael Corr, Contract Manufacturing representative and Krisztina “Z” Holly, Founder & Chief Instigator of LA Mayor, Garcetti’s,
For decades, the conventional wisdom has been that, whenever possible, commercial off-the-shelf hardware (COTS) should be used and customized platforms should be avoided. However, there is always an exception that tests the rule.
Taking into account the challenging, complex tasks that networking platforms are expected to perform, simple packet forwarding equipment is more than passé. Modern day networking equipment should be able to handle extremely high data bandwidth along with a host of protocols,
Over the years, commercial off-the-shelf hardware (COTS) has been prioritized over customized platforms because of the perceived cost benefits. This decision may work for many setups, with a variety of applications from accounting to wagering successfully running on x86 servers.
When looking for an original design manufacturer (ODM) to partner with, you want to ensure that you find someone who is able to attain your bottom line objective. Product endurance, quality,
“Companies spend millions of dollars on firewalls, encryption, and secure access devices and it’s money wasted because none of these measures address the weakest link in the security chain: the people who use,
Overseeing supply chain management (SCM) as a function can be an extremely time consuming and demanding task which requires significant human resource and technological investment. A great way to mitigate this is by choosing a manufacturing partner that understands your risk and can manage this for you.
Today the market demands products to be produced cheaper with less waste but with more functionality. Companies are now turning to contract manufacturers (CM) and original design manufacturers (ODM) for many different purposes to help manage more and more aspects of the supply chain.