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Dell Expects Revenues Under Analyst Projections

Back in February, computer hardware giant Dell projected a revenue growth of 5 to 9 percent for 2012, though now the company reports that it’ll likely miss this estimate. Dell has just projected that 2nd quarter revenue would sit between $14.7 billion to $15 billion, while Wall Street analysts predicted $15.4 billion, mainly due to a lull in business purchases …

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Social Media Interaction Tips from Dell?

Interacting with social media can be something of a crapshoot, especially if you don’t have good privacy settings, and/or, sense enough not to post everything you come across. To address this amazing lack of self awareness, there have been a number of tutorials, warnings, and infographics to help you navigate these sometimes choppy waters. But having one more to remind …

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Dell Helps Fight Pediatric Cancer with Research Computing Cluster

Dell has created a special research computing cluster to go along with the new high performance computing and collaboration cloud used for identifying targeted treatments for pediatric cancer patients. Dell donated the computing cluster to the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) who is planning on the world’s first precision medicine clinical trial for pediatric cancer. The technology will allow researchers …

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Dell Apologizes for Moderator’s Sexist Remarks

Yesterday Dell issued a formal apology for a series of comments made during an event that took place in Copenhagen back in April. They hired Mads Christensen, a personality famous for poking fun at stereotypes, to moderate the Dell-sponsored partner summit and apparently he made some rather off-color remarks about women. While the remarks may have been suitable for a …

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Dell Introduces Intel Xeon Processors into PowerEdge Servers

Dell announced today they are beginning to integrate the latest Intel Xeon processor E3-1200 v2 product family into their enterprise PowerEdge microserver. The processors feature up to 1.95x more performance than previous versions. Forrest Norrod, vice president and general manager of Dell Server Solutions comments on their current enterprise server lineup: “We’re constantly inspired by the unique ways our customers …

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Dell Delivers Cutting-Edge Tower Workstations

Dell has been working hard on their latest offering of professional quality tower workstations. They promise their new Dell Precision series will deliver fast, versatile solutions optimized for innovators in the design and creation industry. Not only do they perform at optimal levels, but service and maintenance features have also been streamlined to decrease extended downtimes and make them more …

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Dell, EdgeCast, & Elemental Technologies Team Up

Dell has just announced another service geared toward delivering better value to its enterprise customers. Dell Deliver combines Edgecast software and Elemental video processing software to provide an efficient, cost-effective content delivery service. The platform utilizes Dell’s newest generation 12 PowerEdge servers. This is Dells first ever content delivery platform and it offers something special to content providers. It provides …

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Dell Acquires Make Technologies and More Patents

As you might recall, Dell has been on the warpath acquiring new technology for its enterprise customers and hugely increasing the number of patents they hold. Their latest addition of Make Technologies furthers this effort and adds to their growing modernization software offerings and capabilities. Here’s what Make stands to offer to their already diverse IT solutions: * Provides customers …

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Dell Acquires Clarify Solutions and Grows Capability

Dell is acquiring yet another technology solutions provider in an effort to better support their enterprise customers in streamlining information and transitioning to modern cloud-based management systems. This time they are taking on Clarify Solutions, a leader in data management. Clarify is based in Chicago and currently employs about seventy people who will now become part of Dell’s enterprise solution …

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Apple Gets Incentives To Expand in Austin

At a Thursday meeting, the Austin, TX city council unanimously approved $8.6 million in incentives for Apple, to expand their offices in that city. The incentives would help Apple almost double its offices in Austin, and the initial $8.6 million would only be a portion of the potential total package. Travis County will also decide to approve an additional $6 …

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Dell and YouTube Gear-Up For Major Coverage

Another important announcement from the 2012 South By Southwest (SXSW) festival, Dell and YouTube are partnering up for some major music festival coverages. These are events you won’t want to miss and these industry giants are making sure you don’t have to. Check out what the partnership has planned: * New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival (New Orleans) – April …

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Dell To Acquire SonicWall, Pending Regulatory Approval

Dell is acquiring security company and firewall-builder SonicWall. Dell says the company’s next-gen and Unified Threat Management (UTM) firewalls will help it bolster its security solutions portfolio. “We are building a strategic software portfolio to address the needs of our customers with key assets in the fast-growing and highly profitable IT security solutions business,” says John Swainson, President of Dell’s …

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