We share with you the best practices in bringing your ideas to life: from raw concept, through feasibility studies and prototyping, to advanced manufacturing.
With our extensive competencies in rapid prototyping and manufacturing, we support you by validating your ideas and carrying out market tests with the prototype we deliver, regardless of the volume.
In the most cost-effective way we prepare and optimize the production of even the most challenging electronic devices – from hundreds to hundreds of thousands of units.
Short series? Not a problem. Huge volume? Even better! No matter the quantity, we can do it.
Welcome to our design, development and manufacturing hub, where we apply our craftsmanship to fulfil your requirements. We bring your ideas to life using the knowledge and experience we have gained over the years. Since 1988, VECTOR has been delivering advanced equipment to top players on the telecommunication market.
What makes an electronic device great? Definitely a brainy guy by the steers, state-of-the-art lab equipment and, not so rarely, a project which allows for withstanding extreme conditions of the device’s environment. And the pressure of a few atmospheres or huge temperature amplitudes not always bring off such. Sometimes, 65 degrees Celsius is way enough for conditions to make them extreme.
Telco operators face many challenges these days. Their biggest nightmare is being unable to provide customers with high-speed services due to existing infrastructure. This case study outlines how we helped multiple-system operators solve this problem.
Telco customers will remain loyal as long as the offer is attractive, the service quality is high, and the portfolio meets their expectations. It is not an easy job for Telco operators to make a scalable offer and prevent customer churn. Here’s how we support Telco operators in achieving their business goals.
Data is becoming the new currency and its transfer from point A to point B should be performed in an effective (cost, speed, size) and above all secure manner. This case study presents how we designed and developed a prototype device that processes data in the cloud.