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Digicom Moves Into New Facility

OAKLAND, Calif. — Digicom Electronics, Inc., a technology and quality driven electronics manufacturing services company, announces that it has moved to a new and larger facility in Oakland, California, USA. Digicom customers can now take advantage of Digicom's new Diamond Track Process and have access to the most technologically advanced equipment and services.

“Quality, attention to detail, and customer relationships are what drive us,” explained Mo Ohady, general manager, Digicom Electronics. “We have devoted ourselves to ensuring that the products we manufacture reflect that, and our ISO13485 medical device compliance, ISO 9001:2008, and quality system regulation 21 CFR 820 are part of that commitment. We have partnered with some of the largest universities and research institutions around the world to create products for the most mission critical applications such as aerospace, satellite, and medical. Our move enables us to offer our customers greater manufacturing capacity as well as new services like our Diamond Track Advanced Cleaning that is especially effective for cleaning the most severe conditions and is a major approach to handle the short and long term challenges of harsh environments. We invite those with design ideas or manufacturing needs to visit our new facility.”

Digicom provides complete services from design and prototype assembly with 24 hour capability, to volume manufacturing, inspection and test, and certification and process validation. Digicom's Diamond Track Processes enhance productivity, product control, quality, and integrity of the product that's built.

The new contact information is Digicom Electronics, Inc., 7799 Pardee Lane, Oakland, CA 94621, Phone +1 510-639-7003. For more information visit the Digicom Electronics website at www.digicom.org or email info@digicom.org.

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