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New cloud servers by Dell

Dell launched new cloud servers at San Francisco during the “Solutions for the Vitual Era” product launch event. Initially, the company will partner with Joyent for its cloud platform for web applications. This deal will mean offering a service solution via private platform. The company is also partnering with ISVs which includes Aster Data and […]

WebHost.Uk.Net brings Quad Core dedicated servers to customers

WebHost.Uk.Net has launched a new range of Dell managed dedicated servers, which utilize Intel Dual Core and Quad Core processors. According to the hosting provider, these machines should handle running complex applications with relative ease. The servers are connected by redundant gigabit connections and clients can choose to run either a Windows or Linux operating […]

Dell buys Exanet for $12M

Bankrupt data storage company Exanet will be acquired by Dell. The company went into receivership last month and acquisition rumor started at that time. The headquarters of Exanet is located in Israel and this deal will provide Dell its first R&D center in that location. The company also has offices in Europe and Japan.

InetServices adds new Dell PowerVaults to their line

InetServices web hosting provider has added Dell PowerVault MD3000 and MD3000i modular disk storage array to their offering. Some of its customers sought these new models for more storage. The company has previously offered the MD1000 model for more than two years.

New enterprise product line from Dell

Dell has unveiled 14 new enterprise products which ranges from blade and web servers to software and services. The new PowerEdge servers offer optimized virtualization, usability capabilities and Intel’s latest Xeon processors. Model R710 provides the best performance per watt in the industry. The M-series blade arhitecture is 27 percent cheaper than HP’s c-Class.

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