Dell, now a 32-year-old company, has rebranded and is officially Dell Technologies, according to an email sent to the global team from chairman and CEO Michael Dell.
Dell's acquisition of EMC is doing more than raising eyebrows these days, with many concerned about the amount of debt Dell will find itself in once the deal is done.
As OpenStack Summit kicks off, one of the first pieces of news out of the conference is that Verizon has completed what it claims is the world's largest network functions virtualization OpenStack cloud deployment.
Dell is looking to help customers increase the performance of their Red Hat OpenStack private clouds. The company is now offering Midokura Enterprise MidoNet as an optional performance accelerator for its Dell Red Hat OpenStack Cloud Solution.
EMC Corp. is looking to sell Documentum, the company's content management system, in the run-up to being acquired by Dell, Bloomberg reported, based on information gathered from people knowledgeable of the matter.
Now that Intel has announced its quickest 22-core Broadwell chip, the rash of new hardware capitalizing on the tech can begin flooding the market.
NTT Data has agreed to acquire Dell's IT services unit, the unit of Japan's largest telecom carrier announced Monday. Although the amount was not disclosed, newswire Bloomberg reported the price at $3.06 billion.
HPE is still king in the cloud infrastructure market, but competitor Cisco is catching up. According to a quarterly report from Synergy Research Group, the cloud infrastructure market is growing at more than 20 percent each year, with both the top two vendors seeing strong growth during the fourth quarter of 2015.
Dell commissioned Dimensional Research to survey more than 200 IT professionals responsible for UC in the U.S. and found that almost all – 95 percent – experienced challenges delivering UC services to remote workers. At the same time, though, 83 percent of those surveyed indicated they expect the number of remote workers to grow over the next year.
Dell could reportedly soon sell its IT services unit to Japanese tech giant NTT for around $3.5 billion in an effort to raise money for its monstrous EMC acquisition.