NEI (News - Alert), a provider of application platforms, appliance, and lifecycle deployment services for software developers and OEMs, is showcasing its latest innovations at the upcoming RSA (News - Alert) Conference.
At the event, the appliance deployment specialist will highlight its global manufacturing and support capabilities which deliver cost-effective deployment capabilities to customers.
NEI, a division of UNICOM (News - Alert), provides its services to a variety of verticals including security, storage and communications. The company is known for its design technologies, integration expertise, global logistics and unique deployment capabilities and its solutions reduce the complexity involved in integrating and maintaining various technologies. As a result, companies can improve their cost efficiency and deliver flexible solutions to customers.
Its portfolio encompasses the industry’s broadest range of engineering assistance programs and platforms for applications of all sizes, serving to ease deployment cycles and reinforce the lifelong manageability and reliability of mission-critical applications, according to company officials.
Some of theclients that have gained from NEI appliance and lifecycle deployment services include Alert Logic, Endace, and Lightspeed Systems. At the Moscone Center in San Francisco, the location of the 2013 RSA Conference, NEI will present real-life examples of various end-users.
Additionally, NEI has been recognized as premier partner for Dell (News - Alert). The partnership between the two companies started five years ago when Dell sought an alternative to create telco-grade platforms from the ground up.
Today, the company is assisting Dell to become a gateway in the telecom word through unparalleled reliability that only a NEBS-certified vendor can provide, with solutions backed by NEI’s lifecycle management services in addition to having key hardware experts always on hand.
Coined the LEAD (Lifecycle Engine for Application Deployment) system, this platform enables IT administrators to gain access to a single controlled image that can help them significantly increase visibility into the deployment strategy at hand.
Edited by Jamie Epstein