Nearly everything has a computer in it these days, making the Intel-embedded community a focus of technological innovation. Cars, refrigerators, and even bank cards may have a processor to communicate with the Internet, which makes them—and many other products—a part of the Internet of Things (IoT).
To handle the growing traffic UNICOM Engineering has long been an associate member of the Intel System Alliance, a group that works closely with Intel to optimize product development in sync with Intel releases. In other words, UNICOM Engineering has an inside track to make sure their products use the latest Intel releases to the fullest extent possible.
The Intel-embedded community reads like an all-star roster of the most prominent names in the industry: Microsoft Corporation, Dell, Hewlett-Packard and Oracle, just to name a few. No wonder UNICOM Engineering is among this elite group.
The knowledge and experience these Intel-embedded community members share with each other and their customers provides a real advantage to any organization seeking first-rate solutions involving embedded applications. The data center hardware UNICOM Engineering delivers worldwide is an excellent example.
The E-2900 and E-1800 communications appliances are featured solutions on the Intel-embedded community website. These rack-mountable devices encourage embedded software design customization and can serve as energy-efficient, general-purpose data center building blocks. They also provide customers with flexibility in developing solutions for enterprise communications, call centers, video centers, and storage.
In addition to products, UNICOM Engineering experts also author white papers and articles on embedded design and applications to the Intel-embedded community.
To learn more about Intel’s Intelligent System Alliance, and to see UNICOM Engineering’s featured products, articles and white papers, visit the alliance website. To learn more about UNICOM Engineering’s solutions that utilize Intel-embedded products, visit the UNICOM Engineering website.