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Simply NUC was started to act as a bridge between Intel and end users. Since Intel only sells the barebone NUC kits to distributors, someone needs to act as the OEM in order for end purchasers to buy fully assembled systems, if they don’t want to build them on their own. There can be a lot of frustrations that come from trying to build up a barebone system for most people and business. They prefer to buy them ready to plug in and start using and that is what Simply NUC does. They also provide businesses with their own custom NUC clients that come pre configured with all of their software and settings. This can save massive amounts of deployment time for the end user.
Below is our interview with Aaron Rowsell, the Founder and CEO of Simply NUC:
Q: You’ve recently announced $8m in Series A Round; could you tell us something more?
A: We are currently growing at a rate of about 300% per year and are looking to expand globally as well as introduce some new products and product categories for smart connected homes.
Q: What kind of products do you offer to your clients?
A: We specialize in small, energy efficient, extremely reliable computer systems that can be used as desktop replacements as well as media players for digital signage, digital menu boards, smart conference rooms, and control devices for IOT applications.
Q: Why is now the time for a technology solution like Simply NUC?
A: The world is getting more and more connected and devices are needed that can put compute capabilities in places we couldn’t before. The small size, efficiency and raw power of NUC systems pave the way for exciting possibilities in retail, manufacturing, data collection and analyzation and more.
Q: What are your plans for the future?
A: We plan on releasing a new product for the home that will be a game changer. We are calling it the Homebase HUB and it is designed to be the ultimate device for your home. We are also looking forward to finishing our expansion into Europe and possibly Asia in the near future.
Last Updated on March 24, 2018