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Chuck Hollis on Dell Partnership, Future of Storage

This is the first of what I hope to be many thought-leader interviews featured across Dell’s blogs. Today, I had a conversation with an enterprise IT industry thought-leader, EMC’s Chuck Hollis, on the news Dell and EMC issued earlier this morning. The news release talked about the expansion of … READ MORE

Bruce Eric December 9th, 2008

Blade Server Myth #2 – Power and Cooling

In my last post about blade servers, we focused on price, and the TCO savings blades can provide. The E-Guide on Blade Server Trends also tackles the myth that blades require too much power and cooling. Here’s a snippet from that guide: [It’s true that] early blade systems … READ MORE

Kara Krautter December 8th, 2008

Cloud Computing’s Cost Appeal Fueling Adoption

Cloud computing provides a cost-effective architecture that has enabled new business models including Platform-as-a-Service (Paas) and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). The financial crisis might spell good news for cloud providers up and down the stack. According recent articles, IDC predicts that the current economic crisis in the U.S. will contribute … READ MORE

Todd B December 5th, 2008

Blade Server Myth #1 – Cost

One of the primary ways to simplify IT infrastructure – and save in the process – is through server consolidation. Blade technology is a good way to approach this, but many IT managers are reluctant to take the blade route. There are several myths about blades that create … READ MORE

Kara Krautter December 5th, 2008

Dell Maintains No. 2 Position for Worldwide Server Shipments

By Brad Anderson, Senior Vice President, Business Product Group On December 3 market analyst firm IDC released its Q3 Worldwide Quarterly Server Tracker report of industry revenue and server shipments. The report bears out what we know: that the challenging economy has had an effect on IT spending, … READ MORE

Brad Anderson December 5th, 2008

Thin Provisioning Takes SANs to the Next Level of Efficiency

Storage area networks (SANs) have greatly simplified the management of storage resources. By creating a centralized storage pool that can be allocated as needed, SANs have enabled many organizations to reduce both management and capital costs. Now, an approach has emerged to take SANs to the next level, … READ MORE

Kevin W December 4th, 2008
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