Kevin Oliver is a product marketing manager for PowerEdge servers, with responsibility for emerging rack server offerings. Kevin’s prior work at Dell includes software defined, converged, and data center networking as well as M&A marketing integration. Additional previous work experience include Asia marketing management for National Instruments and Asia developer relations marketing for Intel.

Delivering 10/25/40/50 and 100GbE switching your way!

Earlier this year Dell announced the next generation of high performance switching for today’s demanding big data, Web 2.0, high performance computing (HPC), and cloud workloads with the Dell Networking Z9100-ON Fabric Switch. We were the first in delivering this new, extremely cost effective, highly flexible, multi-rate 10/25/40/50 and 100GbE … READ MORE

Kevin Oliver September 24th, 2015

Dell extends Open Networking to new boundaries

Today, we’re announcing the next leap forward in non-proprietary, open standards networking technology for the datacenter. Over a year ago, we launched our first open networking products – disaggregating network switching software and hardware and breaking down the monolithic, proprietary environments that have dominated networking. We’ve received very positive feedback from … READ MORE

Kevin Oliver April 23rd, 2015

Unleash potential with a modern network

We’ve summarized six case studies that detail how a diverse set of global companies are modernizing and opening their networks to innovation using Dell technologies with Intel Xeon processors in this Dell Networking eBook. Here’s a snapshot of the companies’ solutions and results:   Top IT training firm positions itself as a … READ MORE

Kevin Oliver October 29th, 2014

Discover lower TCO for your data center with Dell’s Converged I/O Calculator

Lately there has been considerable press and major announcements around the topic of convergence.  Convergence has already seen tremendous reception by the IT community by grouping multiple IT components into a single, optimized architecture.  This helps to centralize the management of resources, consolidate systems, increase resource utilization rates, and particularly … READ MORE

Kevin Oliver September 24th, 2014
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