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More on Dell’s New Server Blades

While you won’t hear us say “blade everything,” you will hear us talk about the virtues of blades and where they make sense for customers. Tom Cloyd and Chad Fenner, who both focus on blade technologies for Dell, chat in this vlog about Dell’s new PowerEdge M805 and PowerEdge M905 … READ MORE

David Graves August 26th, 2008

Simplify IT – A Customer Perspective

At Dell, we talk a lot about how to simplify IT. But the most powerful voices come from customers. Merlin Glynn, CTO of MedNetwoRx in Dallas, Texas, was kind enough to write this email and allow us to publish it here. Thank you for writing Merlin. _______ I am the … READ MORE

David Graves August 25th, 2008

Dell and AMD On New Blade Servers

Last week I met with AMD’s Pat Patla and several of his closest analyst buddies at a dinner AMD was hosting.  Pat heads up AMD’s server and workstation business division and we thought it would be fun to get together and talk about some of our efforts.  We’ve been busy … READ MORE

Glenn Keels August 22nd, 2008

Solaris Now Available Through Dell

Starting today, we will be OEMing Solaris for customers looking for this option on Dell PowerEdge servers. We've worked closely with Sun to certify a select set of Dell PowerEdge servers for Solaris. The idea here is to give customers one place to purchase an entire solution – hardware, software … READ MORE

David Graves August 20th, 2008

Are new hard drive options increasing appeal for data tiering?

– (editor's note – this post also comes from Greg White in storage marketing. Thanks again Greg) Data tiering – classifying and segregating data on different types of disk drives – has been around for awhile, but has been somewhat limited by drive choices. Support for additional drive types on new … READ MORE

David Graves August 14th, 2008

Is Greening Your Storage a Key Consideration Yet?

– (editor note – this post comes to us from Greg White in storage marketing. Thanks Greg) Many organizations have been looking to desktops, notebooks and servers for power and cooling savings and the associated environmental benefits of green IT solutions. What about storage? Up to this point, storage has lagged … READ MORE

David Graves August 14th, 2008
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