Jabil Penang Opens Instrumentation & Diagnostic Design Center


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Jabil Penang recently opened its Instrumentation & Diagnostic Design Center to provide turn-key product design and engineering services for customers in the test and measurement, diagnostic, and healthcare markets. These enhanced capabilities will allow customers to rely on Jabil as a true solution partner with a comprehensive set of capabilities and innovative solutions that can support their full product cycle.

The Opening Ceremony, held January 15, started off with welcoming speeches from Nypro's Senior Business Unit Director, Parag Diwe and Technical Director, LS Choong, followed by a ribbon cutting and exclusive tour of the new Design Center for one of Nypro's key customers.

The Design Center consists of showcases demonstrating various Jabil Instrumentation Reference Design Modules and Embedded System Products, Connected Health Devices and Advanced Manufacturing Technology and Innovation.

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