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Appliance Deployment Specialist NEI to Display New 380V DC and AC Server Platforms
By Deepika Mala, TMCnet Contributor
Application deployment expert NEI (News - Alert) is currently showcasing its new 380V DC and AC server platforms for the data center at the 2012 Uptime Institute Symposium this week in Santa Clara, Calif.
The new data center solutions powered by NEI leverage Intel’s (News - Alert) latest x86 Xeon E5 processors and will be part of IO’s innovative IO.Anywhere Data Module inside the Symposium’s innovative Modular Data Center Campus at the not-to-miss event.
NEI’s ground-breaking 380V DC platforms enable DC-powered data centers to require fewer components, dissipate less heat and significantly improve efficiency. This results in increased reliability and greater uptime, which help drive adoption within the data center and propel equipment providers to develop DC data center infrastructure.
A fully integrated modular data center system, IO.Anywhere will feature NEI’s server platforms and will be located at Booth D3 inside the Modular Data Center Campus.
NEI will also co-host a breakfast on Wednesday, May 16 at 7:30 a.m. PT with IO and ABB/Validus DC in the Magnolia room.
Through its expertise and comprehensive suite of solution design, system integration, application management, global logistics, support, and maintenance services, the appliance deployment provider is redefining solutions to provide customers with a sustainable competitive advantage.
Additionally, boasting over a decade of appliance innovation and the ability to provide physical, virtual and cloud-ready solutions makes, NEI has indeed become one of the most trusted deployment partners in the industry.
In related news, TMCnet has reported that Alert Logic, a organization that offers security solutions for approximately half of the biggest managed hosting and cloud computing organizations around the globe, has joined hands with the appliance deployment provider in order to enhance its footprint by debuting more scalable deployment options for varied computing environments. To read the full report, click here.
Edited by Jamie Epstein