Dell has expanded its portfolio with a range of servers, storage products and services designed to help small, medium and large enterprises deploy systems more quickly.
The offerings include new Dell PowerEdge servers, an EqualLogic PS4000 storage array and new planning services. The hardware comes with pre-tested components and software, and can be set up in hours rather than days, the company claims.
"Large enterprises, small-to-medium sized businesses and public sector organisations face common IT obstacles that impede their ability to efficiently assess, deploy and manage technology," said Brad Anderson, senior vice president of Dell's Enterprise Product Group.
"From virtualisation to high-performance computing clusters, customers are seeking standards-based technologies that improve efficiency while reducing costs. With Dell, organisations benefit from a powerful, efficient and affordable portfolio of server, storage and virtualisation products and services that put them on the fast track to efficiency."
The company is offering two new virtualisation systems, one designed for datacentres looking to add capacity and the other for small businesses entering the virtualisation sphere for the first time.
Dell is also going after the high-performance computing market with a new PowerEdge R410 server rack, which it says offers up to 80 per cent performance improvements over previous models.
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