Products Being Built from the “Ground Up” for Rugged Specifications
When we think about “rugged computing” we may think of the word “rugged” as an adjective, describing a toughness required for a computer. On the contrary, while this thinking is not entirely wrong, the word “rugged” is a term used to define a class of computing. When a particular application calls for a “rugged computer” as a necessity for maximum (or any) performance in the field, General Microsystems (GMS) knows exactly what to deliver. As a company founded over 35 years ago, GMS has been designing and manufacturing boards and systems from the “ground up” to meet the demanding specifications of the consumer. And it is with great pride that GMS has been able to outpace the market with its innovation and leading rugged computing technology. To be clear, when we say we build boards “from the ground up” we are saying something very specific. Beginning with the board design to the hardware selection down to the manufacturing of each unit, GMS is able to maximize its ruggedness due to the fact that it owns every level of its development. With every decision that is made, GMS understands that the summation of these individual decisions will eventually leave us with a final product that is the most rugged computer that can be made that time on the market. It is in this tedious design and manufacturing process that the GMS difference is born. Using American ingenuity, labor, manufacturing and skill GMS is able to use the highest quality personnel and products so as to create a rugged computer designed for and above your specifications.