North American Cable Equipment, Inc. Announces Expanded Lab and Testing Facilities in West Chester, PA Location

The new climate controlled lab space includes increased construction and fabrication areas for digital and analog headends as well as significantly expanded DRE staging capacity.

April 28, 2015 - West Chester, PA


North American Cable Equipment Inc. is thrilled to announce the expansion of its lab and testing facilities at its West Chester, PA headquarters. The new climate controlled lab space includes increased construction and fabrication areas for digital and analog headends as well as significantly expanded DRE staging capacity. There have been layers of efficiencies implemented to save time and room, as well as new safety measures employed in the enhanced space.

"For NACE to have grown enough to necessitate expansion of our labs is a massive point of pride for all of us", states North American Cable Equipment, Inc. CEO Aaron Starr. "Our award winning technical teams, our superb testing and design teams, and the engineering staff who construct our customized solutions are the backbone of our success" continued Starr. "We are excited and optimistic for the opportunities this expansion provides and for the next step in the evolution of North American Cable Equipment".

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