Dell seeks its way into storage services in the cloud
Annual event for investors and investment acquisitions Michael Dell connects to a new strategy.
Dell continues on the road to move away from personal computers and other IT technology from low cost to a portfolio of technology solutions that address the cloud computing and the management of mobile terminals. But the problem also emerged from the meeting with Michael Dell’s annual analysts, is how to integrate different technologies result of the drive for a policy of acquisitions. The watchword seems to be that of business services in the wake of what they did in IBM and HP, with the addition of data management software and a boost.
In Dell’s storage acquisitions not counted: Equal Logic iSCSI and SAN; for Extant NAS, Ocarina Networks, compression and reduplication: Compellent for Fiber Channel. Dell’s marketing strategy for the management of data is called “fluid data” and allows companies to move data across multiple platforms and hardware integration issues. But Dell’s strategy for cloud computing data centers and networking are missing. Hence arose new speculation on Brocade networking and other private companies in addition to the internal technology which is called Power Connect. Another recent acquisition of Dell is the Secure Works company which is committed to the safety of the cloud and mobile terminals.