Results for OEM Group, Server
  • Blog Post: AC/DC – 80s Rock Band or Data Center Power Distribution Terminology?

    Good question but since you’re reading this on Dell’s CIO-focused blog and not Creem , you should assume it is the latter. This is a topic that's been widely discussed across our industry, including this article from Jeff Burt of eWeek . Grid designs for data center power grid infrastructures...
  • Blog Post: Flash Storage Options for Appliance Platforms

    Using flash storage in computer-based appliances is nothing new. I remember the days of installing PCMCIA flash drives into routers (essentially computers) to update the firmware/OS. That was a great solution back then, but today the cost and complexity of designing a unique single purpose appliance...
  • Blog Post: A Revelation to Building Redundant or High Up-time Computing Applications

    About a month ago I was asked to participate in a discussion with my good friend and co-worker, Josh Neland (@joshneland) , about different methods for building redundant or high up-time computing applications. My understanding was that Josh would discuss redundancies in general and I would cover enterprise...
  • Blog Post: Dell’s OEM Division and The New PowerEdge 11th Generation Servers

    Since 1995, I’ve had the pleasure to participate in the growth of Dell from a relatively small computer start-up to one of the largest technology providers in the world. What a ride it’s been! In 2001, I joined Dell's Industry Solutions Group (ISG), typically referred to as the OEM...
  • Blog Post: The Impact of Customers on Dell's OEM Business and Appliances

    In this interview, Dell's Franklin Flint describes how a customer works with Dell's OEM group , even influencing the design of Dell-branded products for use in their hardware appliances. Using the Google Search Appliance as an example, Franklin describes how the PowerEdge R710 server includes...
  • Blog Post: Dell OEM Solutions custom shop Winter 2011 update: Part 1

    I recently spent a week in Las Vegas, Nevada, to meet with a large group of field-based employees from Dell’s OEM Solutions Group. Late one afternoon I participated in a small Expo showing and demonstrating the capabilities of our fun organization. As I escaped my spot in the corner of the room...