SunMan expands engineering services for IoT applications

May 13, 2020
SunMan Engineering (San Jose, CA), a specialist in high-tech product design and development, is expanding its portfolio of comprehensive engineering services to include more IoT applications.

SunMan Engineering (San Jose, CA), a specialist in high-tech product design and development, announced it is expanding its portfolio of comprehensive engineering services to include more IoT applications, to help technology companies worldwide meet the needs of the consumer market.

Founded in 1990, SunMan Engineering has extensive experience providing end-to-end product development and technology R&D to government agencies, defense technology firms, and commercial companies — from startup to Fortune 500. Its areas of focus include product architecture, product development, product prototyping, as well as firmware and software development.

The firm says it leverages the expertise it has gained from working with clients in various verticals and applies the insights to create a high level of synergy and cross-pollination in its product development process.

"We understand the entire design and manufacturing process so we can take our clients from concept to product and get their projects done," said Allen Nejah, CEO of SunMan Engineering. "We have the technological know-how, as well as the business and marketing expertise to help our clients avoid pitfalls while keeping their projects on time and on budget."

In particular, the company is expanding its portfolio of products designed to simplify IoT (Internet of Things) for a wide range of connectivity applications. With this renewed focus, SunMan Engineering will support its customers to tap into the fast-growing IoT global market, which is expected to grow to about $520B in 2021 and reach 1.6 trillion by 2025.

In light of recent events, which will impact the global supply chain for the foreseeable future, SunMan adds that its approach of using mostly US-manufactured parts helps its customers minimize supply chain disruptions.

In addition, the firm notes that the labor market has changed dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic. SunMan Engineering adds that it is equipped with the staff and experience to handle a surge in demand as organizations revert back to outsourcing, so they can adapt to fluctuations in supply and demand while staying agile in the fast-changing business environment.

For 2020 and beyond, SunMan Engineering says it will leverage the many IoT products in its portfolio and its expertise in wireless technologies to augment its high-tech product development services.

"Our Silicon Valley-based team strives to balance sourcing, cost, and supply chain management so our customers can optimize their manufacturing processes and profitability," continued Sunman's Nejah. "In addition, we support our clients with business and marketing research to implement their long-term business visions."

To learn more, visit, or call the firm (408) 441-1500.

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