Choosing the right EMS partner for medical applications
July 17, 2012 // Julien Happich
Fierce competition, tightening regulations and increasing pressure to produce a differentiated product: these are the challenges of the fast paced medical electronics market that OEMs have to tackle to reduce the lead-time from initial concept to order fulfillment.
As a result, the demand for support from an electronics manufacturing services (EMS) partner is on the increase, especially in the sophisticated category of high complexity, low volume medical electronic devices.
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