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NEI Enables Customers to Concentrate on Core Competencies as it Assists with Telecom Platform Deployment
By Ed Silverstein, TMCnet Contributor
NEI (News - Alert) is a provider of innovative telecom platform deployment solutions that works hand-in-hand with customers to help them easily bring an innovative application to market in the shortest period of time possible.
The company provides server-based application platforms and lifecycle support for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and software developers. It provides services for deployment, design and integration with domain expertise and specific knowledge of ATCA, NEBS and DC-powered servers.
By teaming with NEI, customers will achieve telecom platform deployment more economically, and in an overall improved fashion. NEI boasts the ability to significantly improve an application’s time to market, which leads to increased profits.
In recent years, instead of downloading software to general purpose servers or shipping disks, vendors have begun to more often use plug-and-play, hardware-based appliances. These solutions offer many advantages over earlier methods such as easier maintenance, improved security and overall better application performance.
However, many software companies find they lack the expertise and resources to build and maintain a hardware-based deployment program on their own. Luckily, NEI can help with engineering, manufacturing, logistics and technical services. NEI also offers security and automated hardware. In addition, NEI’s Application Management software provides automatic updates, back-ups, and manages appliances in multiple locations.
The telecom platform deployment provider offers varied platforms for different needs, including entry-level appliances that combine performance and low cost and mid-range appliances that are ideal for small- and medium-sized businesses.
With NEI as a partner, customers can concentrate on making continuous innovations to their applications to keep their competitive edge.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein