Welcome to the latest edition of Dell’s Weekly Recap, your guide to the week’s Dell-related news and happenings.
TOP STORY OF THE WEEK
Remember that Haswell-powered Dell workstation that popped up last week? The company is officially ready to acknowledged its silicon, announcing on its corporate blog that the machine is being unveiled at SIGGRAPH this week…Dell hasn’t let the workstation’s price slip either, but we don’t expect it to be cheap — nothing thin and powerful ever is.
DELL CUSTOMER SPOTLIGHT
Customers who need computing power in extreme environments rely on ruggedized endpoint devices. NASCAR racing team JTG Daugherty use a ruggedized Dell Latitude 10 tablet and ruggedized Dell notebooks to increase team collaboration and data processing in order to shave off critical seconds for races.
5 STORIES ABOUT DELL
Dell UltraSharp 32 monitor introduced with UHD resolution – July 25, 2013
Those who spend a lot of time on the computer usually find two or more monitors to be better than one, but there are some instances where a larger, high-resolution display works better than a set of dual monitors (or in addition to them). Such is a case where Dell‘s new ultra-high-definition UltraSharp 32 display comes in. The monitor is aimed at professionals who work with media.
Social business study: Shifting out of first gear – July 16, 2013
Demonstrating how a company can capitalize on social business opportunities and leverage social analytics to benefit the customer, Dell’s social media program extends beyond the marketing function.
Dell building BI bridges – July 23, 2013
Big Data is increasingly being seen as the key to new business insight. As part of Dell’s transformation, the organization is providing solutions that “enable efficient ecosystem management,” with database management, business intelligence and Big Data analytics among its areas of specialization.
SDN: Will Moms miss the good old fan? – July 24, 2013
The Software Defined Networks (SDN) trend promises a more cost-effective future for network operators. Dell is well positioned to take advantage of the commercial opportunity that SDN entails as part of its potential to deliver greater efficiencies across network configuration, management, routing and policy enforcement.
Dell Ireland has partnered with non-profit organization Camara Education to improve disadvantaged students’ access to ICT in education and in turn enhance their computer literacy skills in two schools in Dublin and Limerick.
TOP 5 Direct2Dell POSTS (July 20 – July 26)
- Dell’s Social Evolution: From a Corporate Blog to a Social Business
- LEAK: New Dell Precision M3800 Workstation & UltraSharp 32 Display Designed for Creative Professionals
- Dell’s Cloud Solutions Do That? Top Dell Cloud Facts
- The Open Source Soul of Dell Multi-Cloud Manager
- Dell Partners Can Become Brand Masters
Press Release(s) (July 20 – July 26)
- Dell Innovation to Drive Customer Success in Open Source Cloud and Big Data Environments
- Dell Special Committee Receives Revised Proposal from Michael Dell and Silver Lake