Five data centre trends to watch
To address mega trend challenges in 2014 and beyond, there needs to be greater simplicity in the solution stack, the physical infrastructure, and the tools used to monitor and manage operations, writes Sumir Bhatia of Dell.
Dell targets 'untapped' storage market with SC4020
Dell Inc believes that its latest storage solution is the answer to a previously untapped market in Malaysia – the mid-market segment.
Dell advances open-networking initiative, announces new pact
Dell has announced plans to advance its open-networking initiative which it claimed redefines traditional networking switch models to help customers develop future-ready data centres.
Dell touts success with VRTX adoption
Dell said that its PowerEdge VRTX all-in-one box designed specifically for office environments is seeing accelerated adoption by customers around the world, and announced enhancements to the line.
Dell announces new networking and storage solutions
Dell has announced new networking solutions, as well as mid-tier storage arrays for the Asia Pacific region.
Dell's journey beyond the PC
Michael Dell confident his company has momentum and will regain ‘significant’ market share Technologists got most of their predictions wrong, but it’s users who will lead innovation
Dell the man, on Dell the company
Michael Dell paid a short under-the-radar visit to Malaysia as part of a regional tour in late March. Digital News Asia’s Gabey Goh got the opportunity to sit down with the founder of one of the biggest technology players in the world for a wide-ranging interview.
80bil incidents of post-infection malware activity in 2013: Dell
The Dell SonicWALL Threat Research Team has released its annual threat report, which revealed trends in zero-day vulnerabilities and new cybercriminal tactics.
New all-flash storage going to be game-changer: Dell
Dell will be banking on its new Dell Compellent All Flash Storage Arrays to extend its market share in the flash storage market.
A budget-friendly approach to flash storage
When it comes to storage, a complete ‘rip 'n replace’ strategy can be more expensive and a lot more complex. It makes the most sense to add new technology, like flash and tiering, to an existing infrastructure to address new demands, improve performance or lower costs for existing applications, writes Dell’s Sumir Bhatia.
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