Networking Electronics Manufacturing in Alberta

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Communications and Networking

Communications & Networking in Alberta

Our world would come to a near standstill without the networks that connect us and carry critical data across the globe – for consumers, industry, commerce and governments. Digital communication is disrupting and influencing almost every industry with an unprecedented reliance on seamless connectivity, network agility, reduced latency and cost-effective wireline and wireless networks to enhance businesses and lives. There is an exponentially increasing demand for bandwidth which presents challenges as well as opportunities for telecommunication companies in new areas like autonomous driving, factory automation and intelligent monitoring and control systems.

Players in the communications and networking industry have to navigate a constantly changing landscape and competitive market. Innovation is key to lead the industry and staying one step ahead of the competition. There is a need for investment in converged communication technologies to support both traditional and next-generation platforms.

Communications and NetworkingSome of the types of products we have supported our communications and networking client’s manufacture include:

  • Modems
  • Network bridges
  • Hubs and switches
  • Wire-based or wireless network interface controllers (NIC)
  • Wireless access points
  • Repeaters, repeater hubs and transceivers
  • LoRaWAN gateways, routers and sensors
  • 3G to 5G basebands
  • Power amplifiers
  • Firewalls
  • Small cell base stations
  • Cellular radios such as Remote Radio Heads (RRH) and Shelf Mount
  • Satellites, antennas and uplink systems
  • GPS systems
  • Broadcast and studio equipment

How August can help

We offer contract electronic manufacturing solutions for the companies that influence the way our world communicates.

We help you manufacture hubs, routers, switches, modems, hyper-converged and other networking products while ensuring functionality, reliability and superior quality. To help you access the potential offered by the IoT industry, we also support hardware, software and technology solutions providers for radio frequency (RF), wireless, and optical technologies.

Our state-of-the-art in-house facility provides prototyping and advanced New Product Introduction (NPI) manufacturing including end-to-end testing for quality control and assurance at each phase of the lifecycle.

Network hardware components

Some of our capabilities for your communications and networking manufacturing needs in Alberta include:

  • Strategic supply chain planning and procurement for components and sub-assemblies
  • PCB assembly, in-line inspections and 3D AOI testing
  • Cabling and wiring harness assembly
  • Test specification implementation (ICT, functional testing, etc.)
  • Test strategy and procedures development
  • Design for manufacturability feedback and reporting
  • Robust quality management system including non-conformances and defect tracking
  • Flexible and collaborative electronic manufacturing environment for seamless product revisions

Learn more about how we help the communications & networking industry OEMs:

Accolades from our clients and strategic partnerships

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We started our partnership with August Electronics over 15 years ago when they first built our PCB products and from day one, have always treated us well. They have a great team that always goes the extra mile for us. August has a good understanding of our products and deliver our inventory on time. Their turn-key electronics manufacturing solutions offer us one-stop shopping which save us time and headaches. August Electronics is our go-to contract manufacturer for our products. They have a deep understanding of how to get a new design jump-started, built, and tested. August Electronics does exceptional work, they are very flexible and support us the entire way through the manufacturing process.

Dan P.
Design Engineer, Remote Monitoring Systems Manufacturer
April 12

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