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Telecom Platform Deployment Ramps Up, Shows No Signs of Slowing Down Any Time Soon

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May 14, 2012

Telecom Platform Deployment Ramps Up, Shows No Signs of Slowing Down Any Time Soon

By Jamie Epstein, TMCnet Web Editor


As telecom platform deployment  continues to increase in complexity, companies like NEI (News - Alert) are being tapped to provide their vast expertise to organizations looking to enhance their deployment capabilities, while simultaneously increasing efficiency and cutting costs.


The recently released, next-generation Sandy Bridge processor (the Xeon E5-2600 family) is a major factor behind the wide growth of this space, as the new solution can help to raise core speed by up to 17 percent when compared to previous Intel (News - Alert) models. In fact, NEI’s platform, created from the ground up to support this new iteration of Sandy Bridge, was developed with the intention of dramatically increasing security functionality found within on-premise and virtual appliance solutions alike.

Additionally, the solution will enable ISVs and OEMs to continuously update their software and the hardware platforms on which they run.

Some of the most vital benefits of this telecom platform deployment offering include increased CPU processing, memory and I/O performance, as well as eliminating bottlenecks for apps that mandate real-time data rates.

An upcoming webinar sponsored by NEI, Dell OEM (News - Alert) Solutions and Intel Corporation and slated for May 15, 2012 at 12 p.m. EDT will highlight these benefits of the new Xeon processor E5-2600 family. In addition, Dell’s OEM Solutions Sales Engineer, Scott Trapp, will speak in detail about the company’s 12th Generation PowerEdge platforms, while NEI’s VP of marketing, Jeff Hudgins (News - Alert), will unveil how to get these new solutions to market quickly while fully comprehending deployment challenges such as custom integration, branding, imaging, regulatory concerns, trade compliance and logistics.

Armed with all there is to know about the new Sandy Bridge platform, how Dell 12G PowerEdge servers can optimize performance, and the four factors to closely analyze when implementing this next-generation technology, participants in this webcast will be able to see success in telecom platform deployment for the long term.

To register now, click here.

 




Edited by Amanda Ciccatelli







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