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Dell Buys Force 10 to Boost Networking

Dell announced its intent to acquire data center networking company Force 10 Networks Wednesday for an undisclosed sum. Force 10 will complement Dell’s data center portfolio and help broaden the product offerings available to Dell’s enterprise client, the companies said Read More

Roundup: MapR, Dell, EMC

MapR licenses EMC Greenplum enterprise Hadoop, Dell expands virtualization portfolio with Virtual Lab 2.0 and thin client offerings, new EMC solutions for Citrix Desktop. Read More

Roundup: Gnodal, AMD, Cisco, Dell, SAP

Networking startup Gnodal unveils rack-top switch offerings, AMD and Dell team on new server offerings for Microsoft Tech-Ed, Cisco announces new MS-SQL solutions for its UCS, Dell and SAP partner on new cloud offerings. Read More

Dell Plans Global Network of Cloud Data Centers

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Dell is deploying a fleet of 10 data centers around the world to host cloud computing services for customers, the company said today. The company plans to invest $1 billion to launch and market cloud offerings that will commence with email archiving and a hosted virtual desktop offering. Read More

Roundup: EMC, Riverbed, Dell

EMC hands off Mozy to VMware and acquires NetWitness, Riverbed Technology (TVBD) adds cloud storage partners, Dell beefs up PowerEdge servers with new Intel E7 chip. Read More

Shared Infrastructure Benefits the Data Center

In a recent survey of the Data Center Knowledge audience we learned that 64% of you are planning to expand your current data center or build a new data center. That is why you will want to read this white paper from Dell on Shared Infrastructure: Scale-Out Advantages and Effects on TCO and learn how systems like these have the potential to greatly reduce the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for large data center deployments. Read More

Dell Targets Hosters With PowerEdge Microservers

The PowerEdge C5125, the AMD-powered version of Dell's new microservers.

Dell today continued the steady flow of new products from its Data Center Solutions (DCS) unit, introducing two new microservers as part of its PowerEdge C5000 line. The new products are designed for web hosting companies and ISPs seeking to get better efficiency out of their data center operations. Read More

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