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Dell Invests $1 Billion in Cloud Hosting Infrastructure, Strategy

April 7, 2011 No Comments

Technology giant Dell (www.dell.com) announced on Thursday it is entering the cloud hosting market with a series of new cloud services, technologies, and data centers.

Dell plans to invest a whopping $1 billion throughout the year to deliver “leading solutions, services and cloud-based delivery options” to launch and sell cloud services, starting with email archiving and a hosted virtual desktop software.

“Technology advances, delivery methods and the move to disruptive IT models like cloud are changing the fundamental way businesses operate,” says Steve Schuckenbrock, president of Dell Services. “With this transformational shift, businesses are gaining benefits in terms of speed to market and organizational and compute flexibility. Dell is mobilizing to help customers capture these benefits and with today’s announcement is making the power of the cloud accessible to more organizations and users. Dell has made and will continue to make significant investments to deliver technology that helps customers thrive in the Virtual Era.”

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