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NEI Changes Name to Unicom Engineering

And will leverage resources of parent company UNICOM Global

This is a Press Release edited by StorageNewsletter.com on 2013.05.24
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NEI, provider of application platforms, deployment solutions and
lifecycle support services for software technology developers and OEMs wordwide,
announced its name change to UNICOM Engineering, Inc., a
division of UNICOM Global.

As a wholly-owned subsidiary of UNICOM Global, UNICOM Engineering will continue
to offer application deployment solutions that provide its customers with a
sustainable competitive advantage.

"UNICOM Engineering will maintain and
broaden NEI's successful track record cultivated as a trusted deployment
partner to customers WW,
" said Rusty Cone, SVP of UNICOM Engineering.
"We continue to identify exciting
opportunities to build on the company's sterling reputation for customer
service and innovation, while leveraging the impressive depth of technical
talent possessed by the UNICOM Engineering team.
"

UNICOM Global, an IT company, completed its acquisition of
NEI on September 18, 2012.
This strategic acquisition offers direct benefits to
UNICOM's customers, technology partners and supply partners, as the company
further strengthens its global presence and existing relationships with Fortune
500 and Global 2000 commercial customers; federal, state and local governments;
ISV and OEM strategic partners.

The new name positions NEI within UNICOM Global's portfolio of companies, which
includes UNICOM Government, Inc., UNICOM Logistics, and UNICOM Capital. Each offers
an array of services that reflect the synergies in markets and capabilities between
UNICOM Global and its customer base.

"UNICOM Engineering will leverage
the technical acumen of its staff while utilizing the significant resources of
UNICOM Global to provide software developers and OEMs an ideal blend of
services to continue our legacy as one of the industry's most trusted deployment
partners,
" said Jeff Hudgins, UNICOM engineering's VP marketing.
"The future is exciting, and we look
forward to finding new ways to help our clients achieve their goals while
furthering our legacy of appliance innovation.
"

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