The Internet of Things imagines a fully connected world of devices not normally thought of as computers. This world is already coming into being through smartphones and now smart cars capable of communicating maintenance needs with wireless connections. But, this is just the beginning.
Shoes, fitness devices, weather sensors, thermostats, intelligent appliances and other devices still to be imagined will provide a level of interconnectedness seldom dreamed of even in science fiction. UNICOM Engineering looks forward to the challenge of helping our clients develop IoT solutions to meet their business models. IoT devices will allow the collection of data on a micro level, which can then be processed to provide a macro picture. By communicating with cloud services, IoT devices identify trends and allow social connections.
IDF presented more than just the Internet of Things. Intel’s new CPU series, the E5-2600 v3, codenamed Haswell, was introduced as the new Enterprise CPUs. This new series continues the trend of pushing compute and IO up to higher performance levels. CPUs containing up to 18 cores and the addition of DDR4 memory support combine to offer performance levels up to 50% over the previous Sandy Bridge generation.
UNICOM Engineering uses the information gained at events like IDF to assist our clients in transition plans to Intel Xeon Processor E5-2600 v3 family of high-performance computing, communication platforms, and security appliances. UNICOM Engineering offers the earliest access to test and evaluation platforms, extensive experience, and field engineering expertise, ecosystem knowledge, and a platform-agnostic approach to designing the best deployment platform for your application. Call 800-977-1010 or visit www.unicomengineering.com to get started today.