How cool is that?

Dell takes power and cooling to the next level with PowerEdge 12th generation servers Every generation of Dell PowerEdge servers is more energy efficient than the one before.  And this one is no different. In fact, Dell PowerEdge servers have increased performance per watt up to 101x in ten years. … READ MORE

Milly Pellizzari March 28th, 2012

Your guide to the Dell Storage Forum Boston keynotes

You know those conferences where the keynote is an opportunity to refresh your caffeine intake and check your email?  Dell Storage Forum, held in Boston this year on June 12th & 13th, is not one of those.  We are so excited to share what is happening at Dell in the … READ MORE

Sheryl K March 28th, 2012

The Proof Is In the Big Data Pudding

As a Marketer, I turn to customers to validate my messaging and value proposition.  Big Data is an emerging technology so it is critical that I sell the truth and not the hype.  In other words, we hear how Big Data will solve world hunger, but the proof is in … READ MORE

Mona Patel March 26th, 2012

Does Business History Repeat Itself?

During my academic days, one of my fields of study was Business History. If the mantra of regular historians is “those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it,” the maxim of business historians is “those who do not study the past will have to figure things out … READ MORE

Jon Fay March 26th, 2012

Comparison of Dell and Cisco High Memory Capacity Blade Servers

  As a member of Dell’s Solutions Performance Analysis team, I’ve gotten a lot of questions from people wanting to know how the power efficiency of our new PowerEdge 12th generation blades compares to our competitors. To help answer some of these questions, I recently published a test report comparing … READ MORE

Brian Ba March 26th, 2012

Deploying and Managing Today’s IT Workloads Part II

IT organizations often use four elements – size, complexity, economic value and availability – to effectively deploy and manage today’s complex workloads.  The simple definition of a workload– defined as the amount of processing needed at any given time–has greatly evolved in recent years.  In Part I , we discussed considerations … READ MORE

Marc Stitt March 23rd, 2012

Opt For The Data Express Lane With A LAN-Free Approach

Have you ever played the game SimCity?   Once you get slightly beyond beginner stage and build up a city, the biggest challenge becomes traffic.   It becomes very frustrating, very quickly with all of these little simulated cars, until you realize the solution. LAN traffic in your data center can be … READ MORE

Mark Prahl March 23rd, 2012

Deploying and Managing Today’s IT Workloads Part I

Part I: Essential Elements of a Workload’s Life “4-mation of air, fire, land and water” by Kolix For more than two thousand years, humans used four elements– earth, water, air and fire—to explain, describe and measure the known universe.   These essentials of life formed the foundation for all humankind and … READ MORE

Marc Stitt March 22nd, 2012

March #SANchat Transcript – All about Big Data

Hot topic for 2012?? Two words come to mind…Big. Data. Anyone who is anyone in the technology industry knows that big data is one of the biggest trends of the year. Of course we could not resist jumpin’ on Twitter and talking about it. Want to extend a huge thanks … READ MORE

Alison Krause March 22nd, 2012
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