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Form a Strategic Relationship with Telecom Platform Deployment Provider NEI
By Jamie Epstein, TMCnet Web Editor
Massachusetts-based NEI (News - Alert) works with tech-savvy customers from a wide range of industries, powering the largest selection of purpose-built, turnkey platforms currently being leveraged by OEMS, ISVs and service providers around the world. As customer demands increase by the day, the telecom platform deployment provider is there every step of the way, assisting companies in bringing new products to market in a cost-effective manner.
In fact, the NEBS certified Dell (News - Alert) platforms that are run by NEI seamlessly integrate lifecycle management services with an ultra high degree of expertise that a varied customer base will benefit from both now and in the future. Looking at different solutions encompassed in the company’s portfolio, the Dell NEBS Level-3 and ETSI-certified PowerEdge R620t and R720t carrier grade servers are able to work successfully with a little help from the Intel Xeon processors. The rack mount systems offer increased performance, memory, security and scalability.
“Innovation is what drives our customers,” said Austin Hipes, vice president of Technology at NEI, in a statement. “The Xeon processor E5-2600 family holds the potential to create significant product differentiation, and the transition to this new architecture is increasing rapidly. Our new standard platforms will help early adopters gain a competitive edge by leveraging the processor’s unmatched performance, energy efficiency, embedded security and scalable port densities.”
In fact, according to findings from an NEI survey last year, nearly one third of respondents reported that they plan to migrate to the new Xeon Processor (News - Alert) E5-2600 Family within the next 12 months. 40 percent of participants from storage companies and 36 percent from the security industry are reportedly opting for that migration in the next year, followed by telecom (35 percent) and network management (23 percent).
So why should a business select the Intel portfolio that is backed by NEI? “As a Dell OEM (News - Alert) Solutions Premier Partner and Intel ISA Associate Member, we develop business solutions that solve complex deployment challenges, accelerate time-to-market, reduce ownership costs and increase business efficiencies. NEI offers the industry’s broadest range of engineering assistance programs and platforms for applications of all sizes. Our best-in-class solutions are proven to ease deployment cycles and enhance the lifelong manageability and reliability of mission-critical applications,” company officials stated.
Moreover, NEI’s deeply rooted knowledge of ATCA, NEBS and DC powered servers can help companies quickly overcome challenges related to intricate designs and deployment problems. While its carrier communication platforms offer various expansion slots and I/O options needed when implementing advanced telephony boards and multi-core processors, the company’s thorough comprehension of what it takes to truly have these platforms up and running right away can be the difference between a new application being delayed for an extended period of time and a firm seeing the product be brought to market in shortest period of time possible.
If you are looking to meet enterprise demands related to rich communications but aren’t sure about how to get started, NEI could help you design best-in-class solutions that adhere to even the most stringent carrier needs.
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Edited by Rich Steeves