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New EqualLogic Products

Hi, I'm John Joseph.  I recently joined Dell during its acquisition of EqualLogic, where I was vice president of marketing for 5 years.  It's been an amazing experience since 2003 when we worked to convince people that iSCSI SAN technology was real, and would cut the cost and … READ MORE

John Joseph February 4th, 2008

Dell (PRODUCT) RED Super Bowl Ad

Even though the Dallas Cowboys won't be playing, I'm looking forward to tomorrow's game. I'm interested to see the reaction to the commercials tomorrow, and welcome your comments here. Update, February 3: Here is the Dell (PRODUCT) RED Super Bowl ad. The song that's playing is Mick Jagger's … READ MORE

Lionel Menchaca February 2nd, 2008

Dell improves Windows Vista notebook battery life

When I talk to customers, I get lots of questions about overall performance in Windows Vista—especially in the area of laptop battery life. I saw an idea called Make longer lasting batteries for better portability from IdeaStorm user winoffice on the topic. While Vista brings a number of … READ MORE

Daniel_Judd January 31st, 2008

Dell Completes EqualLogic Acquisition

Today we completed the EqualLogic acquisition, a leading provider of high-performance storage area network (SAN) solutions designed for virtualization and ease-of-use. The purchase extends Dell's leadership in simplifying IT for customers.  Customers face extreme challenges with data growth. Storage solutions that use existing infrastructure, install in minutes not … READ MORE

Darren Thomas, VP/GM—Dell Storage January 28th, 2008

New PowerEdge M-Series Blade Servers From Dell

After talking to several folks here at Dell, I can say that we have a lot of folks who are excited to bring the PowerEdge M-Series modular blade servers to market, along with a new 10U enclosure. Building on the PowerEdge 1955 blade system that InfoWorld recently named … READ MORE

Lionel Menchaca January 21st, 2008
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