Dell Helps Redstation Grow Business by 70 Percent a Year (DailyFinance) Redstation, a provider of dedicated hosting and co-location services, has experienced year-on-year growth of up to 70 percent with its dedicated infrastructure and cloud services underpinned by Dell Inc. (NASDAQ:DELL) PowerEdge 12th generation servers. The company selected Dell PowerEdge servers following a competitive analysis against Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE:HPQ) and Supermicro. Redstation states it is able to achieve improved scalability, memory density and storage capacity with Dell PowerEdge R720xd servers and PowerVault storage. A 72 percent reduction in power cost has been achieved with the new infrastructure in place compared with its legacy infrastructure, allowing for an improved density per footprint without increased power costs. This has helped Redstation keep its prices low for customers, which is critical in the hosting industry where the ability to bring solutions to market quickly and at an affordable cost defines success.
Icahn Urges Dell to Commence $14-a-Share Tender Offer (Bloomberg) Billionaire investor Carl Icahn, seeking to derail a planned leveraged buyout of Dell Inc. (NASDAQ:DELL), urged the computer manufacturer to make a tender offer for about 1.1 billion of its shares at $14 apiece. Icahn proposed the arrangement as an alternative to the Round Rock, Texas-based company’s plan to be taken private in a $13.65-a-share deal, outlined in a February proposal by founder Michael Dell and private-equity firm Silver Lake Management LLC. In an open letter today, Icahn urged Dell shareholders to vote against that proposal at a special meeting set for July 18.
Dell Chooses ZeroLag Communications as Part of its Dell Cloud Partner Program (PR Web) ZeroLag Communications, Inc., an emerging leader in cloud hosting, has been selected by Dell Inc. (NASDAQ:DELL) as one of the three initial partners in the new Dell Cloud Partner Program to deliver public cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) to its customers. ZeroLag vCloud is an enterprise class, multi-tenant infrastructure-as-a-service public cloud solution that is hosted in secured ZeroLag and Dell Inc. (NASDAQ:DELL) data centers with cutting edge provisioning, management and performance managed by ZeroLag. With its unique hybrid cloud capabilities, the ZeroLag vCloud provides Dell’s customers with on-demand computing capacity to extend their internal data center with the same benefits they have in their own virtualized infrastructure.
Dell Beats Peers with PowerEdge Servers (Zacks.com) Dell Inc. is going through a revival phase as it begins acting on the strategies discussed in the Dell Enterprise forum in June 2013, to evolve its business model. Dell Inc. (NASDAQ:DELL) has adopted some innovative solutions, which include the PowerEdge 12th generation servers. These servers are designed to attract more customers and address more dynamic business requirements. While they increase the level of business efficiency, productivity and reliability, they effectively reduce costs. Dell is making valuable contribution to its customers. The company has been instrumental in reducing the Chinese steel maker TAGAL’s cost of ownership by 20.0%, and has been able to improve the customer response time with its enterprise solution.
Dell VRTX — A Nice Package for SMBs, Remote Offices (SiliconANGLE) Dell Inc. (NASDAQ:DELL) has introduced a nice converged system for the SMB and remote office marketplaces in the VRTX, writes Wikibon Analyst, Founder, and Managing Consultant of the 1610 Group, and former CIO Scott Lowe in his latest Wikibon Alert. The VRTX is unusual in its size — it is limited to four servers and 48 TB of storage. “And that’s it,” he writes. “There is no ‘expansion pack’ or ‘scalability cable’ that magically expands the VRTX beyond these walls.” Physically it is a small box that can fit under a desk or in a corner of the otherwise empty office or closet that serves as the data center for many SMBs and remote offices.