Dell launches its next generation servers

by George Chetcuti [Published on 5 March 2012 / Last Updated on 5 March 2012]

Dell announced a full portfolio of 12th Generation blade, rack and tower PowerEdge servers optimized to run mission-critical business applications. Dell designed and built its 12th Generation servers with input from more than 7,700 customer conversations in 17 countries across four continents – focusing on their needs for innovation to deliver business results faster. The new Dell PowerEdge servers work seamlessly with Dell's storage and networking products.
Dell's CEO claims that his company is no longer a PC company but it has become a major provider of services and products for corporate businesses. In the wake of the shift towards mobile devices such as, Apple's iPad and others, Dell goes for a new line of servers for enterprise customers.
Read Dell's press release here - http://content.dell.com/us/en/corp/d/secure/2012-02-27-dell-enterprise-solutions-deliver-results-faster.aspx

Dell announced a full portfolio of 12th Generation blade, rack and tower PowerEdge servers optimized to run mission-critical business applications. Dell designed and built its 12th Generation servers with input from more than 7,700 customer conversations in 17 countries across four continents – focusing on their needs for innovation to deliver business results faster. The new Dell PowerEdge servers work seamlessly with Dell's storage and networking products.

Dell's CEO claims that his company is no longer a PC company but it has become a major provider of services and products for corporate businesses. In the wake of the shift towards mobile devices such as, Apple's iPad and others, Dell goes for a new line of servers for enterprise customers.

Read Dell's press release here - http://content.dell.com/us/en/corp/d/secure/2012-02-27-dell-enterprise-solutions-deliver-results-faster.aspx

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