We often get asked by customers and others: “What makes Accolade unique and why should we use your products?” Last week we discussed intellectual property and this week we conclude with time to market.
We have all probably heard of “Not Invented Here” (NIH) syndrome. The basic premise being that some development teams believe they can build any and all needed functionality themselves without relying on any third-party. This sometimes afflicts software development teams and leads them to believe that they can solve all problems in software rather than relying on third-party hardware. Sometimes it is true that throwing more software at the problem can solve (or at least improve) the problem but is that always the best approach? Just because you can do something doesn’t mean you should, especially if it will take you more time (cost more) and perhaps force you to miss some time to market opportunity.
Accolade has accumulated vast expertise working with leading security and network monitoring vendors over the past decade and it may be worth your time to see how we can help cut your time to market with our ANIC FPGA-based adapters.