Posted by Marbenz Antonio on December 28, 2022
There are many different technologies that companies use to provide products and services to a global market. These technologies can be complex and interdependent, requiring skilled professionals with technical expertise to create effective solutions. Different organizations may also rely on different technological ecosystems, such as local on-premises networks, edge computing, cloud computing, or multiple infrastructure setups, which may be supported by Internet of Things (IoT) devices, artificial intelligence (AI), and other technologies. Additionally, not all organizations have the necessary in-house expertise, knowledge, or hardware to develop advanced electronic technology solutions.
Dell and Arrow have been working together for a long time, helping businesses bring their products to market more quickly, improve customer satisfaction, and reduce costs and complexity. The partnership is strengthened by eInfochips, an Arrow company that specializes in creating Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud solutions and providing services for electronic design and high-tech support. eInfochips covers everything from silicon and device engineering to cloud software and operating systems, essentially covering all aspects of technology development from the chip upward.
Dell, Arrow, and eInfochips collaborate with clients to offer specialized engineering and business benefits, particularly when it comes to complex, connected Internet of Things (IoT) solutions and technologies across various platforms. Their combined expertise allows customers to benefit from eInfochips’ capabilities in building complex devices from the ground up, including robotics, AI based on vision, autonomous machines, and unique operating systems.
An example of the expertise of Dell, Arrow, and eInfochips coming together is the General Electric (GE) customer project. GE was creating an Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) operating system (OS) called Predix to run on various IoT platforms and support cloud application management services. eInfochips contributed additional features to the project, including:
Through eInfochips, Arrow extends support for Dell products beyond just sales by adding additional capabilities to the solutions, such as Linux buildouts, security, machine learning, cloud services, remote management, and quality testing.
eInfochips services speed up development times and provide specialized skills that reduce the development workload that is not directly related to the final application. Whether the technology involves robotics, AI based on vision, or autonomous machines, Arrow, Dell, and eInfochips work together to create the necessary building blocks to accelerate customer projects and meet their needs.
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