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Dell Rent-A-Cloud Service Unleashes

September 1, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  Smarthouse

Dell Cloud goes public as software is the new hardware. Dell and VMware have hooked up to create Cloud services based on VMware vCloud Datacenter Services, providing a “seamless multi-tenant environment for virtual systems.”

he service will provide enterprise level, public, private and hybrid clouds – its the first public cloud offering to beta customers, ran from Dell’s data center in Plano, Texas.

This latest move “supports Dell’s strategy to provide customers next-generation computing solutions composed of hardware, software and services,” it said yesterday, and comes as fellow tech giant HP recently announced plans to jump off the hardware ship as margins and revenue go stale.
HP also said it will concentrate on its future cloud and high margin software services and IBM are also building towards providing a similar cloud based offering.
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