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Dell Fluid Data Architecture Advancements Unify and Protect Storage From Start to Scale

Dell recently announced new solutions that continue to advance its Fluid Data architecture to help customers efficiently manage their data and protect business information.

The new advancements include updates to the Dell Fluid File System for a common, enterprise-class distributed file system across the company’s three primary storage solution families, a new Compellent platform that dynamically unifies block and file data, and a new entry-level Brocade 16GB Fibre Channel switch to support next-generation applications.
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Posted by on July 12, 2012 in Dell, Technology


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Dell Launches New Generation of Dell EqualLogic Storage Solutions

Dell announced new Dell EqualLogic storage solutions and supporting software to help customers address the data management requirements of increasingly dynamic, virtualized data centers. The company also released details of new integration across its storage portfolio with the forthcoming VMware vSphere 5 virtualization and cloud infrastructure platform.

“Organizations of all sizes continue to place a priority on boosting IT asset efficiency while improving IT responsiveness to business pressures. Ever greater exploitation of virtualization is a key element in these efforts, and the deployment of flexible and intelligent storage systems is frequently the key to successful efforts,” said Richard Villars, vice president of storage and IT Strategies at IDC.
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Posted by on September 20, 2011 in Dell, Technology


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Dell Unveils New Bing Maps Boulder Microsite

Dell recently announced its work with Bing Maps to create a dedicated imagery processing microsite to support Streetside, Bird’s Eye, aerial and satellite image types provided by Bing Maps. Dell’s Modular Data Centers combined with Mellanox InfiniBand networking were the building blocks of the new highly efficient microsite.

“Our goal was to push technological boundaries, to build a cost effective and efficient microsite,” said Brad Clark, Group Program Manager, Bing Maps Imagery Technologies (BITs), Microsoft Corp. “We ended-up with a no-frills high-performance microsite to deliver complicated geospatial applications that can in effect ‘quilt’ different pieces of imagery into a cohesive mosaic that everyone can access.”
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Posted by on September 12, 2011 in Dell, Technology


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Dell Completes Acquisition of Compellent Technologies, Inc.

Dell (NASDAQ: Dell) today completed its acquisition of Compellent Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: CML), a rapidly-growing provider of highly-virtualized storage solutions with automated data management features, including tiering and thin provisioning, for enterprise and cloud-computing environments.

Compellent shareholders approved the acquisition at a special shareholder meeting today.

The Compellent acquisition is Dell’s latest strategic investment to expand its award-winning, enterprise storage portfolio which includes EqualLogic and PowerVault. The combination of Compellent technology with current Dell storage solutions significantly advances the Dell strategy to help customers better manage data growth, reduce storage costs and dramatically simplify the management of IT infrastructure.
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Posted by on February 23, 2011 in Dell


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Dell Expands Cloud-Based Services Portfolio to Simplify IT Management and Reduce Costs with SaaS Solutions

Dell launched in the Asia-Pacific region its portfolio of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications for large enterprises, small and medium businesses, the public sector and channel. Dell’s SaaS applications provide customers with cloud-based applications that help simplify and automate IT management and reduce overall IT costs.
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Posted by on December 17, 2009 in Dell


ACCENT MICRO TECHNOLOGIES and DELL PHILIPPINES Sponsor Philippine Computer Society’s Monthly Membership Meeting and Professional Development Program

The Philippine Computer Society (PCS) held its Monthly Membership Meeting and Professional Development Program last Sept. 18, 2008 at the Microsoft office 16/F 6750 Ayala Ave. Makati City.  The general assembly was in full house with 70 new members and attendees.

This month’s theme, Unified IT Infrastructure: Virtualization, was supported by the event’s key speakers, Mr. Allan Divinagracia, Enterprise Business Manager of Dell and Mr. Carlos “Titus” Manuel, Sr. Director for admin and HR, FEU – East Asia College. 

Mr. Divinagracia focused on the effects of storage virtualization to companies while Mr. Manuel took a quick and fun discussion on Quickie Meetings, Clean, Clear and Crisp.  

Accent Micro Technology was there to showcase some of DELL’s best products such as the DELL Vostro 1200, Dell Poweredge Towerserver T100 and DELL Optiplex 330 Desktop at affordable prices.  Over-all, entire event was a success.

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Posted by on October 6, 2008 in Dell


Dell’s Launches New Studio Hybrid PC: Ultra-Small, Colorfully Stylish, “Green”

Dell introduced a desktop that is ultra small and super sleek called the Studio Hybrid.

The Studio Hybrid was designed to enhance personal expression and creative living. Dell’s smallest desktop PC, about the size of a collegiate dictionary, can fit just about anywhere. Depending on the location or decor, the Studio Hybrid can be set up in a vertical or horizontal orientation, and be personalized with a choice of seven optional, interchangeable external finishes or color sleeves: Bamboo, Emerald, Quartz, Ruby, Sapphire, Slate, and Topaz.
With a starting price of $499, the petite Hybrid PC has the performance to take on the digitally enlightened user’s everyday activities like creating mash-ups, content for personal web pages, editing and uploading videos and digital photo albums. The Studio Hybrid is at home in the living room, fitting easily into entertainment centers, and connecting to HD TVs via a standard HDMI port. When paired with an optional wireless keyboard, people can easily flip back and forth from watching a favorite broadcast TV show or sporting event to checking online stats, sending email, looking at digital pictures, etc. on the TV.

Customers can configure a Studio Hybrid with variety of optional technologies and peripherals to make it truly unique, like:

– Wi-Fi networking – allows people to place the PC anywhere that’s convenient for them.

– Wireless keyboard and mouse help ensure a clean desktop, counter top or coffee table.

– Blu-ray DiscTM drive for watching high-definition DVDs.

– TV tuner that enables users to watch, pause and record live TV1.

– Multiple flat panel display options, like the Dell’s first 16:9 Full HD LCD monitor, the 24-inch S2409W

“Our goal was to design a desktop that fits in the office or in the living room, or anywhere space is at a premium,” said Michael Scheschuk, Dell desktop product marketing. “We’ve created a desktop PC category that combines style, performance and a high degree of energy efficiency.”

The Dell Studio Hybrid is about 80 percent smaller than the typical desktop minitower, and uses up to 70 percent less energy. In addition to being extremely energy efficient and Energy Star 4.0 compliant, the Studio Hybrid’s unique packaging was designed to be environmentally responsible:

– Reduced packing materials about 30 percent by weight as compared to typical tower desktops.

– Packing materials are also 95 percent recyclable.

– Reduced printed documentation 75 percent by weight on average as compared to typical tower desktops.

– System recycling kit is included.

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Posted by on July 30, 2008 in Dell