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Ixia’s IxLoad Used to Benchmark Carrier-Class Dell PowerEdge Server Line Ixia, the leading, global provider of converged IP network test solutions, today announced that Dell, Inc. has selected Ixia as one of its key partners for performance testing on its PowerEdge server line. Dell’s PowerEdge series includes the large-scale blade servers used by service providers [...]
As businesses and organizations continue to build out their data centers and cloud computing architectures, they are prioritizing server platforms that offer the right balance of computational performance, energy efficiency and virtualization capabilities. To address these needs, Dell today updated 17 PowerEdge servers with new technology from AMD and Intel that provide businesses with an [...]
Dell, Citrix, and Microsoft provide an end-to-end optimized solution for remote, server-hosted desktop virtualization called Dell Virtual Remote Desktop (VRD). This solution combines Dell’s client, server, storage, networking hardware, and services with Citrix XenDesktop desktop virtualization technology and Microsoft’s server virtualization and management infrastructure.
US computer giant Hewlett-Packard emerged the winner on Thursday in a bidding war with Dell for 3PAR after raising its offer for the data storage company to 33 dollars per share or 2.35 billion dollars. HP and 3PAR make a “winning combination,” HP executive vice president Dave Donatelli said in a joint statement confirming the deal was done and had been approved by boards of directors at both firms.
Modest industry spending rebound leaves Oracle at its weakest point in recent history; Dell makes a rating jump. TheInfoPro, an independent research and advisory company for the IT industry, today released its latest server study, which yields some surprising results.
Dell today announced its Virtual Lab solution designed to help higher education organizations address time, space and budget challenges while providing students the freedom to access lab-based software anytime, anywhere and from any device. The solution will debut on several U.S. campuses this fall.
Dell Inc.’s purchase of a storage provider for $1.13 billion marks another step in the personal computer industry’s quest to expand into more profitable businesses. As PC prices have plummeted in recent years, computer manufacturers such as Dell and Hewlett-Packard Co. are moving to meet emerging demand for technology services.
We received first batch of our Dell PowerEdge R710 servers today. These servers are for Vmware virtualization testing environment to simulate various virtual infrastructure configurations. I used the opportunity during initial configuration to take some pictures. We are hoping to get some more servers in the near future, including a decent SAN so we can test storage virtualization as well.