ADI Engineering knows how to drive new products from concept to production at the speed today’s marketplace demands. Whatever your idea – we can develop it, test it, and build it, all with unbelievable efficiency.
ADI Engineering offers innovative solutions for all phases of your product’s lifecycle, from initial definition through development and volume manufacturing. Under our Open IP model, ADI serves as your outsourced product development and manufacturing team, but only for the parts of your product lifecycle you want. Want to manufacture your product yourself? No problem.
As a leading provider of commercial off the shelf (COTS) embedded single board computers (SBCs), ADI supplies market-ready platforms to serve as the basis of your product. Need something different? No problem, ADI rapidly creates semi-custom Modified COTS products optimized to your application, or we can create custom products designed from the ground up for your unique requirements. Active partnerships with global leaders in silicon technology and embedded software give ADI access to key technologies years ahead of general availability, allowing us to deliver the latest technologies to you, while reducing development cost, risk and time to market.
When it’s time for production, ADI’s Open IP model empowers you to decide whether to purchase finished product from ADI, or scale to volume through our manufacturing partner Sanmina-SCI or your own preferred factory.
ADI Engineering excels at transforming customer ideas into marketplace successes.
ADI architects your product based on your high-level business and technical objectives. We identify optimal approaches early on and seek to re-use our pre-validated reference platforms to ensure requirements for performance, cost, size, weight, and durability are simultaneously met within ever-shrinking time to market and development cost budgets.
Advanced Hardware Development
Developing advanced high-performance embedded computing products – systems, boards, and FPGAs using the latest technologies while balancing costs with time constraints.