Dell is stepping in the field of networking. Report says that Dell is making a new term in integrated field and going to fill the networking hole. This is going to happen as company built its way into building an integrated technology stack. This intelligent stack technology will used for data centers. Other vendors like Hewlett-Packard, Cisco and IBM were already in way of technology alteration by rounding out hardware to deliver a more end-to-end data center package. Now in this hardware alteration Dell is moving. Dell already provides its performance by offering ranges of servers, storage and services. Now to be an active part of technology change Dell is acquiring Force10 Networks .Force 10 networks will provide company the networking technology for better performance in networks. This technology offers company an integrated hardware stack The integrated hardware stack will help to automate the deployment of systems in data centers. Incorporation with Dell there is many companies which build out more end to end products which display performance in this area. For example the key acquisitions include services company Perot Systems and for storage companies EqualLogic and Compellent and security company Secure Works. These all companies’ already building data centers which are served in multiple companies. These systems to host cloud applications and is also opening research centers for cloud reference architectures. The research Vice president Cindy Borovick clearly said that company would like to have intellectual property on the internal side. With the technology of integrating the hardware stack the performance of Data centers will improve. The Dell Company wants to automate deployment and configuration of systems in data centers. This automation will help customers build data centers quicker .It will also demonstrate reduction in manual processes in maintaining data centers. The hardware catalog of Dell already includes different hardware and networking products.Force10’s switches and routers would be complementary, Force10 also brings product design capabilities. This also offers an open operating system that could help Dell improve its networking products. Dell’s partners like Brocade and Cisco offers different products such as switches which demonstrate is the field of networks. Company products will continued as it only some dimension will changed as said by Zamarian. The disadvantages of Force 10 include a long list. Out this list the hit list advantages are it is its open architecture. The technology FTOS OS used in Force10 products can be easily customized. Dell can quickly adapt FTOS to deliver pre-packed products to customers, who can then further customize the OS depending on their system and network configurations but if we compared it with HP Dell is paying a lesser price for acquiring competitive technology. There was a bidding war between Dell and HP for Storage Company 3PAR. In this war HP won the bidding and ultimately bought for $2.35 billion. Dell earlier this year paid $800 million to buy storage company Compellent, which was once a 3PAR competitor.
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At the Mobile World Congress, Dell revealed to its investors that it is about to launch a 10.1-inch tablet with Google’s Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS. The Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system has been built entirely for tablet computers. The first thing that is to be noticed about this operating system is the interface. In the Honeycomb interface, in place of hardware buttons, an on-screen navigation bar appears at the bottom of the screen. This display appears regardless of the orientation of the tablet. The home screen has also been improved.
The widgets have been redesigned to give it a appearance that gives it a prominent look. It gets easy to scroll through the inbox with the Gmail widget or go through the upcoming appointments with the help of the easy to use widgets. The user also gets the opportunity to develop personally customized widgets for any individual of the contact list.
The Dell tablet computer will be able to take complete advantage of the Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system by expanding into multiple panes that are shown side by side on your screen. In the Google OS, the users can read individual messages while viewing the on-screen inbox at the same time. The Google Talk platform will be used by Dell to introduce an integral solution for video chat. This will allow users to get connected to individuals in the contact list irrespective of whether they remain on line on their tablet or through their personal computer. The stock browser of Android gets upgraded with Honeycomb. Multiple tabs can be handled automatically with the help of this feature.
The 10-inch Dell tablet as revealed by the computer maker at the Mobile World Congress 2011 will have all the above features of Google’s Honeycomb in them. The Honeycomb upgrade will also see a new YouTube interface and Google’s e-book marketplace with a tablet optimized version. Bookmarks can be accessed from the home screen itself with the help of the Honeycomb browser widget.
How Dell will deal with the effect of Honeycomb’s interface on its battery life is still to be seen. Motorola XOOM may prove a tough competition for the Dell Honeycomb tablet as it too has incorporated Google’s OS.
After acquiring Compellent, Dell has announced plans of using the company’s data tiering technology in its line of storage arrays. According to the officials of Dell, the company has purchased each share of Compellent for $27.75, which makes it a deal worth $940 million. With the total equity price of $940 million the aggregate price for the purchase is roughly $800 million. The most important and significant intellectual property that Compellent had was data tiering technology. After having acquired this technology now Dell wants to offer to its customers the option of shifting the less frequently used data to the higher-capacity but slow in performance SATA hard drives.
Using this tiering technology Dell would be effectively able to reduce the initial costs for its storage system. This would be made possible because the data tiering technology decreases the cost of ownership. One thing that is common between Compellent and Dell is their ambition to assist cloud customers and also regulate their storage investments.
Now having acquired Compellent, Dell plans to combine the best of both the companies and thus win the confidence of its consumers. Dell seeks to help strengthen the customer relationship and also boost customer loyalty towards Dell. For this Dell officials have to make sure that they prove themselves to be the best. HP acquired 3Par, a company that offers services similar to those given by Compellent. An advantage with HP is that regarding 3Par’s SANs. The SANs have an ASIC, that is, Application-Specific Integrated Circuit that helps to offload the advanced functions. Thus, it will give superior performance to its systems and help to target higher-end customers. So you as a consumer have a lot to decide. Get yourself ready to make a tough choice. Brace up to witness a close contest between HP and Dell.
If you like to play games and are looking to buy a laptop, Dell Alienware M11x is the best choice. To play high-end games, laptops should have advanced configuration. It is not always possible to play the best games on your laptops for the reason that some computers are incompatible with the type and versions of games that have been released recently. Some games do not support the OS, while some need a higher version of the graphics media driver on your laptop. Some need upgraded RAM, while others need a higher capacity processor or even a better graphics card for playing the game smoothly on your laptop. Games like Gears of War, Dead Space, Mass Effect 2 and Call of Duty: Black Ops are all brilliant games, and playing them on your laptop would be a fascinating experience. However, the major problem with these games is their system requirements, which may not be possible for the normal categories of laptops to fulfill.
Dell has understood the problem of resource constraints that most people face regarding graphics-intensive games. Dell has recently announced the launch of its new series of Alienware laptops, which would be made available to the public at an affordable price. The laptop model is Dell Alienware M11x, whose price as stated by Dell officials would be somewhere around $500 to $600.
Dell Alienware M11x has 2 GB DD3 RAM along with a 160 GB HDD. It has the latest series of the Intel 1.63 GHz SU7300 processor, which would deliver high computing speed. Along with that, the laptop also has an 11.4-inch flat LED screen which supports a resolution of 1366×768 pixels. Dell Alienware M11x has 1 GB NVIDIA GeForce graphics accelerator card which would be enough even to run games which need highs graphic memory and updated drivers.
Starting CES 2011, the year of 2011 was already announced as the year of smartphones and tablets. Soon after the CES, Dell and HP launched tablet computers. The tablet craze actually reached a feverish pitch. Motorola XOOM, HTC Flyer, LG Optimus Pad, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Acer Iconia Tab, HP TouchPad, RIM PlayBook, Sony Xperia Play, Apple iPad, ASUS EePad, ViewSonic ViewPad, and many more were displayed at the MWC exposition. It was Android-based tablets making news at the MWC barring the Blackberry and iPad along with Windows Phone 7.
The whole range of tablets expected in 2011, has introduced new perspectives like the WebOS from HP and the Windows Phone 7 with their collaboration with Nokia. A range of processors and hardware be it NVIDIA or Tegra or QualComm, Snapdragon, Intel Extreme, AMD, Dual Core processors, Quad Core processors, and a host of new powerful devices, have been introduced.
The Android 3.0 platform – the Honeycomb has been specifically designed with large 7 and 10 inch tablets in mind. Although manufacturers like HTC are using the Gingerbread and other proprietary solutions jointly, to bring about the kind of performance to match the iPads or RIM Pads and probably even better it, the combinations of hardware and OS and performing apps on the same, are going to set the rules in the market.
The MWC 2011 also saw the massive growth of apps, app developers, carriers and operators and a host of related problems like revenue sharing, OS updation, standardization, mobile security, and many more areas. MWC also saw the growth of the WAC – Wholesale Applications Community, a platform to provide opportunities for global developers to create, synchronize and sell applications using standard and open API (Application Programmable Interfaces). This alliance of telecommunication companies is focused towards an open application platform, as also provision of a unified service platform for carriers towards aggregating mobile Internet applications. This will definitely help in better revenue generation and provide an excellent cloud based service experience to all smartphone users. The MWC 2011 has been acclaimed to be a success in such tablet and smartphone related issues.
Adamo by Dell is a path breaking ultra light laptop. There are so many features that make it stand apart from rival products. There are features that make it a complete package and offer value for money. It comes with an aluminum casing and it is a lighter than the Apple MacBook Air laptop. The most important thing about this laptop is that it has a sleek design, which makes it compact.
The processor used in Adamo by Dell is 1.2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo U9300. It has a RAM of 2GB and comes with a hard disk drive of 64 GB. It has Express chipset Intel GMA 4500 MHD. The screen size is 13.0 x 9.5 inches. There are ports for connecting a headphone and microphone. It has Bluetooth connectivity for networking. There is backlit keyboard on it and it is a big change in this series.
The most important feature or the USP of this laptop is its sleek look. It has a 13-inch sleek screen that renders high qulaity visuals. The Adamo by Dell laptop was first launched in 2009 at CES. Adamo by Dell is a great combination of efficient performance and aerodynamic design. It boasts of being the thinnest laptop in its series.