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Dell unveils new datacentre solutions

Dubai, December 27, 2009

Dell has introduced new infrastructure management, storage and networking solutions and services designed to help customers simplify, standardise and automate their datacentres.

Dell is delivering on its vision for the datacentre, which allows customers to create a flexible infrastructure that can be dynamically orchestrated. With 10GbE as the underlying fabric, along with integrated and heterogeneous infrastructure management tools, customers can change the economics of their datacentre by increasing performance while decreasing costs, said a statement.

Customers who adopt an end-to-end 10GbE architecture can decrease networking acquisition costs by approximately 50 per cent and cut up to 76 per cent of their network management costs. Businesses now can realise the benefits of an efficient unified fabric at lower technology acquisition prices and experience decreased overall management costs, making this technology more accessible than ever before.

In response to customer demands, Dell is bringing together an end-to-end solution of state-of-the-art servers, storage, networking, software and management tools to work together as one dynamically configurable entity that is open and pragmatic. The result is a fast-to-deploy and responsive infrastructure that helps businesses respond to customers’ and employees’ changing needs.

“Our competitors are trying to take short cuts by providing proprietary stacks that create lock in and really only benefit the vendor,” said Mohamed Halawa, enterprise marketing manager, Dell ME.

“Dell is taking a practical approach to developing its IT and data center solutions for large organisations,” said Matt Eastwood, group vice president of IDC’s Enterprise Platform Group.

“Today’s new compute fabrics must be flexible – with modular components that are easily managed and that can adjust and change with the demands of the environment. Dell’s heritage and legacy of focusing on standards-based technologies is well-suited for these environments and can drive real returns for customers.”-TradeArabia News Service




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