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Dell announces solutions for future-ready enterprises

Zafar Anjum | May 8, 2015
Dell’s push linked to serve Singapore’s Smart Nation initiative

Dell has announced the addition of new data centre solutions for future-ready enterprises and to equip businesses with the agility and resilience to keep up with a dynamic marketplace.

Announcing this on May 5 in Singapore, the Dell executives linked it with Singapore's push towards becoming a Smart Nation, because to build a Smart Nation, it is imperative that businesses become future-ready. This is possible when the technologies they implement work together for current IT needs, and are flexible to adapt and scale for business growth.

Dell is supporting the Singapore business environment with its suite of future-ready solutions, said Ng Tian Beng, VP, Commercial channels, Asia Pacific Japan, and MD, South Asia and Korea.

"Mobile, cloud and big data are creating new workloads that require a different approach to IT. Enterprise technology needs to be flexible, adaptable and scalable to fit seamlessly into the IT environment of today and of the future. Dell's solutions are designed to meet this requirement," says Mak Chin Wah, general manager for Enterprise Solutions, Dell South Asia. "Businesses today have become more agile in delivering their products and services in a matter of minutes. In the future, the response time may be in seconds."

Dell also introduced new additions to the Dell PowerEdge line of servers and converged systems, new Dell Storage arrays and Open Networking solutions for next-generation data centers.

"Dell's solutions are the result of the company's commitment to a customer-centric strategy. These solutions were designed with the future in mind, while making sure that enterprises remain cost-efficient now and in the future. Based on open standards, our solutions are openly scalable to bring the flexibility and agility required by enterprises, in turn allowing them to capitalize on emerging innovations," says Ng.




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