Production with Global American

Global American has been building and integrating Embedded hardware for almost 30
years, it’s our specialty and we do it well.

Every single board, module, system, tablet, etc. are tested by our experienced technicians
and then put through a full burn-in test using industry approved and highly reliable
software. Nothing leaves our dock without passing our testing 100%. The testing
doesn’t cost you more, it comes with everything we sell, so you can expect to receive a
completely compatible and viable product each and every time.

During our builds, we’ll install extra ports, configure your RAID, perform special cabling
upon request, test using your specific test parameters and configure jumpers, again, all
for no additional cost to you.

Global's Production Benefits:

30 years experience

Full burn-in testing

Extra Ports

RAID configured

Special Cabling on request

All this included!

Prototyping

The first step to any successful product is the prototype. Global offers our “No-Fuss Prototype Service” to get you the right system in your hands quickly, and all the engineering-level help and support you may need at no additional cost to you.

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Engineering

Whether it be a custom integration, tweak to a COTS component or a completely custom board or chassis, Global’s Engineering Team can serve as your partner to accomplish an end result both quickly and within budget.

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Branding & Labeling

We understand the importance of developing a brand and offer services to help you personalize your hardware.

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Imaging & BIOS

OUT-OF-THE-BOX. It’s a phrase that means so much when you’re a busy professional. Global will make sure you get exactly that, and in most cases, without any additional cost.

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Testing & Certifications

We know that every application is different, and may need to meet different regulatory requirements.

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Production

Global American has been building and integrating Embedded hardware for almost 30 years, it’s our specialty and we do it well.

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Inventory & Fulfillment

Let us be a part of your supply chain. We’ll keep your tested and packaged goods in our warehouse for release as you need them.

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Technical Support

Our completely US-based customer support team is easy to reach, either through our website or directly via phone or email, and available Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm EST.

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Lifecycle Management

In the 30 years that we’ve been building and integrating Embedded products, we’ve been able to help multiple customers through many full lifecycles.

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Already know what you need? Request a quote.

We can customize the perfect solution to meet your embedded computing needs.

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