From Silicone Valley and Chennai
Based in the global tech hubs of San Jose, California and Chennai, India, our flagship 100,000 square foot Chennai facility maintains internationally-recognized ISO certifications, with favorable incentives via our location within an India Special Economic Zone (SEZ).
Combined with our vast network of trusted materials suppliers, these advantages uniquely position us to deliver exceptional quality at significant cost savings for every Syrma customer.
Design, Manufacturing, & Aftermarket
We’re a worldwide electronics manufacturing, electronics design, fabrication, assembly, and testing company. Our manufacturing services (EMS) include printed circuit board assembly (PCBA), metal/plastics fabrication, and complete product assembly. Our focus is on developing efficient processes and systems. A properly developed and implemented product is what we do.
In today’s electronics industry, fast time-to-market (TTM) and time-to-profit (TTP) is key. As an OEM, you not only require fast time-to-market to be competitive, but also precision manufacturing capability. That’s what you get when you partner with Syrma Technology.
Cost-conscious manufacturing in India
Specializing in high-mix, flexible volume precision global OEM manufacturing, we have developed an extensive supply eco-system in order to keep material costs as low as possible. Since we manufacture in India with minimal reliance on costly additional imports, we offer distinct advantages in lead time, quality, and production flexibility within the cost-conscious objectives of our global customers.
Flexibility regarding size, shape, frenquencies, material, and durability allows tailor-made products
Syrma Technology focuses on designing and manufacturing custom RFID tags and RFID readers. 90 percent of the RFID tags produced are custom-built tags for mass production. The choice of products includes active and passive tags in all sizes and shapes covering all frequencies, such as LF, HF, UHF, and even NFC.
The material used varies from plastic to glass to on-metal tags. Allowing some tag solutions to resist extreme environments with temperatures of up to 250 degrees Celsius, aggressive chemicals or high mechanical loads, whereas others are able to detect temperature deviation, humidity, or corrosion.