Today, we announced the opening of our Evergreen Joint Innovation Center, located in Austin. The work in the new innovation center is focused on the development of future hyperscale data center solutions for eBay.
The successful integration of Wyse within Dell has brought new end-to-end opportunities and growth. In fact, Dell has acquired more than 11,000 new customers over the last year and was the global leader in the growing global thin/zero client market in 2012.
When researchers set out more than two decades ago to map the human genome, they couldn’t possibly imagine all of the challenges that would come with such opportunity. As is often the case with scientific breakthroughs, the areas of technology, policy and ethics are still trying to catch up.
It’s been just over a year since we first launched social media training for our certified PartnerDirect channel partners. That’s a long time in Internet time – 360,000 beats in Swatch Internet Time, to be exact.
The trend continues. For multiple quarters, Dell's enterprise business has grown and taken share from competitors. This is not only in the server business but across our portfolio of enterprise solutions. At Dell, our commitment is first and foremost to our customers.
Last year, our top 25 partners by training investment grew their Dell revenues by 33%. In this economy, that’s a big number especially when the industry is struggling to gain even one or two percent growth.
It’s been a momentous few weeks for Dell’s enterprise business, as multiple leading industry reports underscored the enterprise solutions group growth Dell reported in our most recent earnings announcement.
Dell is announcing differentiated solutions to its converged infrastructure portfolio designed to help customers of all sizes and is bringing enterprise-class converged technology to a whole new set of customers: branch office companies and the small and medium business market.
By 2020, Dell aims to have a waste-free packaging stream: all packaging will be sourced from sustainable materials, and all of it will be recyclable or compostable. In short — Dell customers won’t have to send any of their packaging to the landfill.
One of the best aspects of my job as GM of Dell Software’s Information Management group is talking with customers, industry analysts, peers and colleagues. Lately, it seems that no matter where these conversations start, they inevitably gravitate toward the promise of analytics.