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In what many saw as the inevitable, Intel announced changes to their formalized 12-month tick-tock cycle a few weeks ago. Intel has simply decided optimizing the current architecture with new features is a more judicious use of time than trying to overcome the financial and physical barriers of shrinking the manufacturing process further.  Read More

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Over the past few years, adoption of sensor networking technology — known colloquially as “the Internet of Things” or IoT — has grown tremendously. According to Gartner research, 29-percent of major organizations are currently using IoT technology. An additional 35-percent plan to implement it within the next 12 months, or soon after.  Read More

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Partnering with an established value-added system integrator and deployment solutions provider can allow ISVs to avoid risks associated with their product’s lifecycle management. By anticipating problems during the design phase and providing long-term support once the product has shipped, overall costs are reduced, revenue pricing models are more reflective of lifecycle costs and customers become more satisfied overall. Even when the product nears the end of its useful lifespan, intelligent lifecycle management can mean timely replacement of obsolete systems with minimal downtimes.  Read More

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Here’s What We Learned at RSA 2016

Posted on March 10, 2016

We just came back from an exhilarating five days at the RSA 2016 Conference in sunny, beautiful San Francisco, California. While there, we heard some of the most recent news in the information security industry. We also heard from thought leaders on such diverse subjects as the right to encryption, the relationship between privacy and government, and the possible evolution of software defined security practices.  Read More

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Why Should You Build on Dell with UNICOM Engineering?

Posted on March 01, 2016

UNICOM Engineering and Dell are better together. Maintaining a strong relationship with Dell for over a decade ensures that we understand their technology platforms backwards and forwards. As a trusted partner we believe in joint problem solving, listening to your needs and designing solutions that optimize performance while controlling costs. Above all else, we intend to deliver on our promises while becoming an integral part of your team and protecting your brand.  Read More

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Now that the Intel’s new Haswell and Broadwell versions of their Xeon processors families are available, Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) will consider transitioning solutions to this new architecture. Doing so early takes the best advantage of new capabilities while simultaneously meeting the demands and expectations of customers.  Read More

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Part I of this guide introduced you to the reasons applications developers should consider the latest microprocessor technology for their next-gen deployment solutions. Since countless industries utilize Intel microprocessors and plan their upgrades according to Intel’s release schedule, focusing on making your application platform compatible with the latest microarchitecture is crucial. Just as important is understanding how to leverage the full level of potential that Intel’s latest products offer.  Read More

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When a software design team has finished bringing their vision to life in the form of a stable, consumer-ready application, they may realize that their job is still far from over. Suddenly, thousands of considerations come into play that the software team was not prepared to tackle, all of which add cost, time and risk to their business model. The need for a value added systems integrator and deployment partner becomes all too apparent. Issues like regulatory compliance, branding, global logistics and long-term product support mean that completing the coding and product design was only half the battle.  Read More

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Software developers know that their products do not exist in a bubble. All of their design capabilities, limitations and general guiding principles are governed by the environment in which they intend their product to run. When getting ready for application deployment, they must be sure that their platform is not only compatible with the latest architecture, but that it is prepared to take full advantage of the resources at its disposal.  Read More

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EU Lot 9 Update

Posted on December 18, 2019 0 comments
Category: Compliance

With the EU Lot 9 Regulations set to take effect in March 2020, our Regulatory Compliance team offers a update on what it fully details and our suggestions as the deadline approaches.  Read More

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E-Recycling, Our Commitment and Responsibility as Solution Providers

Posted on December 12, 2019 0 comments
Category: e-Recycling

UNICOM Engineering places a strong emphasis on recycling, repurposing, and the proper disposal of electronic equipment. Here are a few ways UNICOM Engineering helps clients meet their corporate social objectives to stay green.  Read More

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Fuel Up for Growth with a Value-Added System Integration Partner

Posted on November 25, 2019 0 comments
Category: System Integration

UNICOM Engineering is here to help shorten your time to market, increase efficiency, and decrease risk with the engineering expertise and production capabilities to launch your solution. Read to learn how we can get you there as a value-added systems integration partner.  Read More

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Why Dell EMC Unity XT?

Posted on November 07, 2019 0 comments
Category: Technology

Expanding on our previous Dell EMC Storage Solutions article, we delve further into Dell EMC Unity XT series as big data enables new growth opportunities.  Read More

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IPMI Best Practices

Posted on October 10, 2019 0 comments
Category: Security

UNICOM Engineering has identified specific vulnerabilities with IPMI interfaces and developed best practices for minimizing the risks they pose.  Read More

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