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Virtualization Management – VMware and Dell, Big 2 or Big 6?

July 10, 2012
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Virtualization Management is sufficiently different from systems management so that it is likely that VMware and Dell will disrupt the traditional systems management business instead of simply participating in it. This will hasten the demise of the legacy systems management vendors like IBM, CA, HP, and BMC.

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Dell Continues Software and Services Expansion with Euro Cloud Investment

June 15, 2012
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CloudComputing

With the bottom falling out of the box shifting business, Dell continues its efforts to refocus it's business along more profitable lines. Dell first announced the appropriately named Dell Cloud at VMworld Las Vegas last August based out of its Plan0 Texas Data Center. Now it has set its sights on the rapidly growing European…

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Dell Storage Forum 2012: Converged Infrastructure Future

June 13, 2012
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At Dell Storage Forum 2012, Dell introduced a new converged infrastructure that features an Equallogic Array that takes up 2 slots of a new blade enclosure. Moving storage closer to the workloads running within the blades. This is a very interesting and powerful play by Dell, but I kept asking myself is this really a…

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Dell Transforms Virtualization Management with Quest Buy

May 30, 2012
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If Dell in fact buys Quest then Dell will Transform Virtualization Management. Dell's presence in the market, customer base, and market reach combined with its product set will put Dell in a strong position to compete not only with VMware, but also to create serious pain for IBM, HP, CA, and BMC. Furthermore, the opportunities…

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Dell-Quest deal will strengthen Dell enterprise services and force shakeout in desktop virtualization market

May 29, 2012
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According to Bloomberg News Dell is in discussions to acquire Quest Software in a bid to strengthen its enterprise software services portfolio. Dell has been shopping, with five acquisitions announced so far this year, to add software, computer storage and networking gear to its lineup of PCs, which account for 52% of its sales. With…

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Next Generation Thin Clients – Cheaper, Faster, Better

May 21, 2012
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DesktopVirtualization

The cost of a VDI desktop dropped again last week with the release of a new low-cost thin clients that increasingly blur the boundaries between the cost of physical and virtual desktops, creating new opportunities for growth in a market segment that is struggling to reach more than 5% of enterprise desktops.

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Dell to expand cloud and thin client business through Wyse acquisition

April 4, 2012
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Dell continues its expansion into the cloud and virtual desktop market with the announcement on Monday that it has reached agreement with Wyse Technologies to acquire the company. Dell has had a long partnership with Devon IT,the Dell OptiPlex FX 130 and FX 170 thin clients and the Dell FX100 Zero Client are OEM editions…

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Citrix and Dell team up to deliver VDI-in-a-Box

February 28, 2012
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DesktopVirtualization

Dell has joined the the highly competitive and technically diversified single box desktop virtualization market in partnership with Citrix to package VDI-in-a-Box as a virtual appliance. The somewhat awkwardly named Dell "DVS Simplified 1010" appliance is built on the Dell PowerEdge R710 rack server that comes pre-installed with Citrix XenServer 5.6 and VDI-in-a-Box 5.0.

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Xen port to ARM puts pressure on VMware

December 19, 2011
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Stefano Stabellini, a senior software engineer at Citrix Systems, has announced a proof of concept port of the open source Xen Hypervisor for the ARM Cortex A15 processor. The project was started in early November and has already developed to the point where it is capable of booting a Linux 3.0 based virtual machine up…

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