Compute Solutions – Next-Gen/Cisco
The most powerful business hardware in the world is as simple to use as it is powerful. Enterprise Integration is here to bridge the chasm between your needs and the power of Cisco, creating streamlined simplicity that will help to make your business thrive. Our high-level partnerships and personalized support will distill the knowledge necessary to harness the power of global business solutions.
Cisco Security Solutions
Attackers hungry for your data have more sophisticated tools than ever. Keeping up is a technological arms race-one that Cisco is right on top of. You need to be able to identify weaknesses, identify breaches, conduct a thorough cleanup if ever security is compromised, and if that happens, take your system back in time to before the problem occurred.
Cisco’s threat-centric security does all that and more, while remaining simple to activate and operationally transparent. Get protection not just for your server data, but also for all endpoints and mobile devices. Integrate everything with your existing system without a hitch.
Cisco Enterprise Hardware Solutions
Cisco’s hardware solutions are primed to turbo-charge any growing business. Enterprise Integration works with small, mid-size and enterprise clients worldwide to integrate Cisco routers, switches, security, telepresence, storage networking and unified servers into existing infrastructures. Your network can be optimized and automated to save on labor and other costs. EI is here to show you how, and to make sure everything stays up and running indefinitely so you can stay competitive.
No matter what kind of IT datacenter you are starting with, Cisco solutions are probably compatible to all endpoints within your organization. Cisco provides the hardware and platform; EI ensures it fits seamlessly into your existing network without so much as a hiccup.
Cisco UCS Solutions
The Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) server platform makes data center agility and efficiency a given. It was designed with mission-critical, memory-intensive applications and virtualized workloads in mind.
- Cisco Intelligent Automation enables System Admins to “set and forget” automation rules for corrective actions.
- Cisco has collaborated with NetApp and VMware to create FlexPod, a unified data center solution.
- Cisco Vblock integrates networking, storage, computing, and virtualization infrastructure into versatile modular blocks. This solution uses new business-continuity technologies to make cost-sucking downtime a thing of the past-even during migration of complete IT workloads from one data center to another.
The role of IT is no longer just to support the core business, it has become the core business. The business is placing a new set of demands on IT that require agility and flexibility to deliver the best possible solutions for customers. Ei specializes in architecting new systems and adjusting legacy ones to improve performance and increase security.
Where ever your business takes place, we are looking out for your security. With our team, you’ll have peace of mind that your Cloud system operates securely. Whether your deployment is public, private, or hybrid; with a service model of infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), or software as a service (Saas); our team has you covered. Wondering about how your cloud provider stacks up against the competition? Give us a call.
Data now stream from daily life: from phones and credit cards and televisions and computers; from the infrastructure of cities; from sensor-equipped buildings, trains, buses, planes, bridges, and factories. The data flow so fast that the total accumulation of the past two years—a zettabyte—dwarfs the prior record of human civilization.
EI can help you make the right investments in analytics, so you can extract the information you need when you need it. We’ll start with by identifying a use case that offer maximum business value. We’ll perform a proof of concept bring together unstructured data by leveraging next-generation Hadoop-based technologies. Our experts will build a big data platform, architecture and analytics that take into account how layers speak to each other, as well as appropriate security measures. Following proof of concept, proper training and workflows help scale this big data platform across all parts of the organization.
Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence
GPU-accelerated computing is the use of a graphics processing unit (GPU) together with a CPU to accelerate deep learning, analytics, and engineering applications. GPU accelerators now power energy-efficient data centers in government labs, universities, enterprises, and small-and-medium businesses around the world. They play a huge role in accelerating applications in platforms ranging from artificial intelligence to cars, drones, and robots.
Video surveillance goes from security guard to “Jason Bourne” type capabilities with real-time video analytics. Data scientists and researchers can now parse petabytes of data orders of magnitude faster than they could using traditional CPUs, in applications ranging from energy exploration to deep learning. Tesla accelerators also deliver the horsepower needed to run bigger simulations faster than ever before. Plus, Tesla delivers the highest performance and user density for virtual desktops, applications, and workstations.
HPC data centers need to support the ever-growing computing demands of scientists and researchers while staying within a tight budget. The old approach of deploying lots of commodity compute nodes substantially increases costs without proportionally increasing data center performance.
The NVIDIA Tesla P100 for PCIe lets mixed-workload HPC data centers replace up to half a rack of commodity CPU nodes with a single accelerated node, delivering the same throughput in a broad range of HPC applications. With over 500 HPC applications accelerated—including all of the top 15 —all HPC customers can now get a dramatic throughput boost for their workloads, while also saving money.
Virtual and Augmented Reality
Instead of interacting with a computer or server via a mouse, keyboard or touch inputs, virtual computing calls for doing so with your voice, hand gestures or a digital keyboard.
If you have been to any recent technology conferences, you have no doubt been exposed to recent VR or AR technology, you know they can be useful for playing games or productive tasks, like previewing a house you might like to buy. Imagine a virtual computing platform integrated into your research or manufacturing processes. These real productivity advancements could be transformational, opening the door to new, difficult to predict modes of computing.