Results for Networking
  • Blog Post: Run Oracle better from one source: Dell

    Leading global organizations engage Dell to design, deploy or modify Oracle solutions to speed performance, boost reliability and save money. That’s because Dell’s solutions reflect 12 years of collaborative development with Oracle and they are powered by Intel technologies. So whatever your...
  • Blog Post: Optimize the Benefits of Cloud Computing IaaS with Cloud-Ready Data Centers

    Shaun Walsh is Senior Vice President of Marketing, Emulex Enterprises of all sizes are eagerly moving forward in their journey to cloud and while it may take some organizations longer than others, the shift is inevitable. Cloud computing infrastructure as a service (IaaS) is a virtual data center...
  • Blog Post: Moving toward a software-defined data center with Open Networking

    Arpit Joshipura With the proliferation of virtualization throughout the data center with servers, storage and desktops, now is the time to tackle the last part – the network. The software-defined data center of the future is coming and Dell’s Open Networking solutions will play a big...
  • Blog Post: The Dell Networking Z9500 enables Tulane University to help build “Resilient Communities"

    Over the last decade, there has been a movement around the concept of “Resilient Communities” – the sustained ability of a community to utilize available resources to respond to, withstand, and recover from adverse situations. Resilient Communities help people thrive, no matter what...
  • Blog Post: WetterOnline relies on Dell to deliver faster weather services

    Ominous skies over Lodz, Poland by Flickr User Maciek As we have all experienced, weather is often unpredictable and can change quickly. With the constant unknown, we depend on weather services and meteorologists to quickly update their data to provide us with the latest conditions and forecasts....
  • Blog Post: Dell Wyse Datacenter for VMware Horizon DaaS

    Ed. Note: This blog post was authored by Cathi Allen, Solutions Marketing Manager, Cloud Client-Computing Recent headlines discussing the difficulties of securing online data have prompted enterprise IT and government advisors to recommend the deployment of private clouds. In the modern security...
  • Blog Post: Something for everyone at this year’s Dell User Forum Miami

    #DUF14 attendees take some time out to relax and have fun Dell User Forum in Miami last week had something for everyone in IT. From the keynotes to breakout sessions, to technical hands on labs, attendees and speakers alike learned about optimizing their enterprise. Ryan Hayes of Park...
  • Blog Post: Vechtdal College enhances learning environments with high-performance WiFi

    Vechtdal students connect to the campus WiFi via their tablets Netherlands-based Vechtdal College had reached a crossroads in the development of its wireless network. The legacy system no longer supported students’ or teachers’ expectations for constant connectivity for their mobile...
  • Blog Post: The Future of Open Networking

    A few months ago, I wrote about four networking trends we’ll see play out in 2014. We were talking the other day about what that post could look like two years from now, especially as we build out our Open Networking initiative . Just for fun, let’s pretend we fast forward to two years...
  • Blog Post: Hadoop gets a makeover: moving from batch processing to real time

    This week Dell will be announcing support for Cloudera Enterprise 5 Reference Architecture built on award winning Dell PowerEdge Servers and Networking. Customers value this expert guidance that starts with the bare metal install and leads to a highly tuned Hadoop cluster. The big news with Cloudera...
  • Blog Post: Come learn about Open Networking and SDN with Dell Networking at the OpenStack Summit!

    OpenStack has emerged at the epicenter of cloud technologies, and with all major enterprise vendors now committing direct support or compatibility, OpenStack has become the central vehicle for new data center technologies. In the past year OpenStack has made significant momentum in defining the cutting...
  • Blog Post: Dell’s open networking solutions continue to revolutionize the software defined data center

    Enterprise networks, data centers and cloud deployments are becoming increasingly complex, crowded and difficult to manage due to changing business demands arising from new workload deployments and users’ need for anytime, anywhere, any device computing and productivity requirements. Network traffic...
  • Blog Post: Dell Networking listens to customers at the EMEA Technical Advisory Board

    Posted on behalf of Steve Davis, Product Marketing Manager for Dell Networking Kicking off the day before the official start of Dell Enterprise Forum in Frankfurt, Dell Networking hosted a technical advisory board with key customers from across the EMEA region. This event brought together customers...
  • Blog Post: Live from Frankfurt - Dell Networking gears up for Enterprise Forum

    Guten Tag! This week, the Dell Networking team heads to Frankfurt/Main, Germany for Dell Enterprise Forum . Here, at Europe’s premier event for Dell enterprise end-users and partners, attendees will learn best practices on how to build a future-ready IT infrastructure using solutions based on the...
  • Blog Post: Visit Dell at Red Hat Summit 2014

    Dell is excited to be a Platinum Sponsor at this year’s Red Hat Summit (April 14 – 17, San Francisco). This event is the premier international open source technology event to showcase the latest and greatest in cloud computing, platform, virtualization, middleware, storage, and systems management...
  • Blog Post: Hiding the complexity and making tasks easier – an IT managers dream come true

    In keeping up with the rapid advances in both technology and user demands, the data center network infrastructure is no longer just a matter of connecting a few servers, storage devices and network switches in a rack. Today’s modern data center environments are complex and serve as a critical backbone...
  • Blog Post: SDN gets real

    Over the past decade there have been numerous attempts to define what the future of networking should be, and with each attempt came lots of hype about how the new technology would solve the many well-known problems with traditional networks. The most recent of these promising new technologies has been...
  • Blog Post: Dell is Changing the Game in Networking

    Recently I told you about some exciting developments Dell is driving around Open Networking and our first partnership in this area with Cumulus Networks . Today I am excited to bring to you more game-changing networking solutions that will deliver future-ready IT and optimize businesses for scale-out...
  • Blog Post: Real innovation for the Oracle datacenter

    Last October, Michael Dell stood on the stage at Oracle OpenWorld and announced a new evolution in a long standing partnership with Oracle. Dell Active Infrastructure for Oracle is both the culmination of and the foundation for this new relationship between the two companies. It embodies cooperative...
  • Blog Post: Dell Networking blade switches have just gotten even better!

    Two blade switches have been extremely popular as networking blades for use in the M1000e , selling tens of thousands of units: the Dell Networking MXL and the Dell PowerEdge M IO Aggregator . Both blade switches have become popular due to the exceptional bandwidth (40 GbE), and flexibility (modular...
  • Blog Post: Modernize your campus network with Dell Networking N-Series

    Campus networks are where employees, guests, and devices connect to applications and information using wired and wireless. Applications such as video, unified communications and internal webcasts are helping make employees more productive, but they are also straining the campus network. Employees today...
  • Blog Post: PowerEdge VRTX: Delivering convergence without compromise through customer-inspired design

    When customers at small and midsize businesses told us they were fed up trying to beat complex IT infrastructures into submission, we set out to redefine office IT. No small task. Committed to customer-inspired design, we got some of our best engineers on the job. And in June, we introduced the industry’s...
  • Blog Post: Relieving Network Traffic Congestion

    Editor's Note: Posted on behalf of Jeremy Erwin, Dell Networking A great network is one that simply works. A connection that quickly and effortlessly delivers multimedia content, email, large files and digital voice and video. The problem with many of today’s networks is that the ever-increasing...
  • Blog Post: 10GbE in the Data Center: Time to Speed Things Up

    At the risk of giving away my age, I fondly recall the days of using terminal servers connected to a DEC VAX mini-computer and a trusted VT100 terminal from my office desk. Local area networks (LANs) and Ethernet was in its infancy and the proposed 10Mbps speeds made our mouths water in anticipation...
  • Blog Post: Dell Networking Recognized for Innovative Switching

    Editors's Note: This blog was co-authored with Robert Hartman, Dell Networking Product Consultant 2013 has been an exceptional year for Dell’s networking product portfolio, not only having emerged as a challenger in the Gartner Campus Magic Quadrant for networking but stacking up a record...