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Dell: Build Your Own Cloud

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In growing technology markets, the rate of innovation increases as the technologies become more accessible. That's what is most significant about the announcement from Dell today that it is now offering servers, loaded and ready to go. The servers are designed with the power and optimized for customers that wish...
Dell: Build Your Own Cloud

Dell ups ante in ARMs race with 64-bit Iron server

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Enlarge / Dell's Chief Architect & Technologist Jimmy Pike shows an Iron board with six individual 64-bit ARM servers at the Open Compute Summit. At today's Open Compute Summit in Santa Clara, California, Dell showed off a new generation of X-Gene 64-bit ARM-based servers that the company is developing for...
Dell ups ante in ARMs race with 64-bit Iron server

Dell and OnApp cooperate on pretested cloud packages

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OnApp and Dell have teamed up to create pretested cloud packages for service providers and make it easier for them to roll out services, which could result in more competition in the cloud space.The packages provide all that's needed to roll out a virtual infrastructure for public and private...
Dell and OnApp cooperate on pretested cloud packages
Morphlabs, Dell pitch all-SSD private cloud

Dell: PCs? Those Old Things? We're All About the Enterprise Now!

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Having once helmed the world’s largest maker of personal computers, Michael Dell says the company that bears his name should no longer be known primarily for PCs. In an interview with CNBC (embedded below) Dell described the company as an “end-to-end solutions provider,” and not so much a PC company....
Dell: PCs? Those Old Things? We're All About the Enterprise Now!

Dell brings 40-Gigabit Ethernet to PowerEdge blades

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Dell will flesh out its new virtual networking strategy at Interop next month when it shows off a 40-Gigabit Ethernet switch for the PowerEdge M1000e blade system announced Tuesday....
Dell brings 40-Gigabit Ethernet to PowerEdge blades
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