|会社名||Dell Technologies Inc （DELL デル・テクノロジ―ズ クラスC）|
|概要||事業概要 デル・テクノロジーズ(Dell Technologies Inc.)(旧名: Denali Holding Inc.)は情報技術(IT)ソリューションの提供に従事する会社である。同社はクライアント・ソリューション事業、企業ソリューション・グループ(ESG)事業の2つの事業を運営する。クライアント・ソリューション事業は商業・消費者顧客に、デスクトップ、シンクライアント製品、ノートブック、並びにクライアント・ソリューション・ハードウェアの販売に関連するサービス及びサードパーティ製のソフトウェアと周辺機器を販売する。製品はデスクトップPC、ノートブック、タブレットなどのハードウェア、モニタ、プリンタ、プロジェクタなどの周辺機器、サードパーティのソフトウェアや周辺機器などの製品が含まれる。また、クラウド対応のデータ分析とインフラストラクチャ管理サービスを提供する。ESG事業はサーバー、ネットワーキングとストレージ、並びにESGハードウェアの販売に関連するサービス及びサードパーティ製のソフトウェアと周辺機器を含む。同社は製品を設計、開発、製造、販売、サポートし、サービスを提供する。 デル・テクノロジ―ズは米国のITソリュ―ション持株会社。子会社を通じて、クライアント・ソリュ―ション部門はハ―ドウェアを中心に、モニタ―、プリンタ―、プロジェクタ―、コンピュ―タ周辺機器を取り扱う。また、ビッグデ―タを扱うクラウド・ソリュ―ション部門や仮想化ソリュ―ション部門を展開する。本社はテキサス州ラウンド・ロック。 Dell Technologies helps organizations and individuals build their digital future and transform how they work, live and play. The company provides customers with the industry's broadest and most innovative technology and services portfolio for the data era.|
|本社所在地||One Dell Way Round Rock TX 78682 USA|
|代表者氏名||Michael S. Dell|
|代表者役職名||Chairman of the Board Chief Executive Officer|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 01 February 2019 Dell Technologies Inc revenues increased 15% to $90.62B. Net loss decreased 19% to $2.31B. Revenues reflect Products increase of 16% to $71.29B Services increase of 9% to $19.33B. Lower net loss reflects Interest and other net decrease of 8% to $2.17B (expense). Basic Earnings per Share excluding Extraordinary Items increased from -$3.70 to -$3.02.|
Dell’s XPS 13 Plus gets 13th Gen Intel processors 2023/05/04 18:25:03 The Verge
Are you a Platinum person or a Graphite person? | Image: Dell Dell has refreshed what might be its boldest and funkiest laptop, the XPS 13 Plus. The new model looks quite similar to the product released last year ; the flat keyboard, LED function row, and invisible haptic touchpad remain. But inside, the new model is powered by Intel’s 13th Gen Core processors — specifically, from what I can see on Dell’s website, the Core i7-1360P. Honestly, the processor is probably what most needed changing. The XPS 13 Plus I reviewed in 2022 was a nice-looking, well-built machine with a great screen, but it was hot and loud with subpar battery life. Those are big issues for a thin and light laptop, but they’re also issues that a better processor could potentially fix. Image: Dell You have to find the touchpad based on vibes. The 2023 XPS 13 Plus will still use Intel’s P-series, the somewhat confusing chip family that sits between the ultra-efficient U-series and the heavy-hitting H-series. However, Intel has made an important change to the 13th Gen P-series that might work in the XPS 13 Plus’ favor.
Dell launches G15, G16 gaming laptops with 13th-generation Intel processor and Alienware-inspired cooling system 2023/05/04 13:27:50 The Times of India
Dell has launched G-series gaming laptops in India. The new lineup includes G15 and G16 laptops powered by latest 13th-generation Intel Core HX series processors and Nvidia RTX 40 series graphics. Apart from that, the new G-series laptops also come with Alienware-inspired vapour chamber cooling and Element 31 thermal interface for better thermal performance.
Dell launches new G-series gaming laptops in India 2023/05/04 08:05:38 The Siasat Daily
New Delhi: Dell Technologies on Thursday launched the new G15 and G16 series gaming laptops, powered by the latest 13th Gen Intel Core HX series processors in India. The Dell G15 and G16 are priced at Rs 89,990 and Rs 1,61,990, respectively, and are available to purchase from the company’s official website, online and offline … Get the latest updates in Hyderabad City News , Technology , Entertainment , Sports , Politics and Top Stories on WhatsApp & Telegram by subscribing to our channels. You can also download our app for Android and iOS .
Dell launches G15 and G16 series gaming laptops in India 2023/05/04 07:25:27 The Hindu
The Dell G15 and G16 come with 13th Gen Intel Core HX series processors and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series GPUs
SCS Standards Publishes New Recycled Content Certification Annex for Electrical and Electronic Equipment 2023/05/03 18:30:00 Accesswire
EMERYVILLE, CA / ACCESSWIRE / May 3, 2023 / SCS Standards is pleased to announce publication of the new Annex A to the existing SCS-103 Certification Standard for Recycled Content. Annex A focuses on the electrical and electronic equipment sectors. The Annex was developed by a diverse multi-stakeholder group that includes: Amazon, the Center for the Circular Economy at Closed Loop Partners, De''Longhi, Dell Technologies, The Ellen MacArthur Foundation, HP, Microsoft, Logitech, Phillips, and The Recycling Partnership. SCS-103 Annex A: Supplemental Criteria for Electrical and Electronic Equipment raises the bar for recycled content in consumer electronics products. Current recycled content claims in the sector are focused on component materials. This comprehensive addition to the SCS Recycled Content Standard sets a minimum threshold for recycled content for each product sub-category and requires multiple recycled material inputs. Certification will allow for a product-level claim and will back up manufacturers'' recycled content claims, reinforcing customer confidence, and supporting purchases of products with higher levels of recycled content.
DELL vs. HPQ: Which Computer Stock is Better? 2023/02/09 03:50:00 TipRanks
In this piece, I evaluated two computer stocks — Dell Technologies (NYSE:DELL) and HP Inc. (NYSE:HPQ) — to see which is better. These two companies…
Zoom cuts 15% of staff citing a post-pandemic decrease in demands 2023/02/09 00:18:12 Deseret
This April 18, 2019, file photo shows a sign for Zoom Video Communications ahead of the company’s Nasdaq IPO in New York. The video-conferencing service is cutting about 1,300 jobs, or approximately 15% of its workforce. CEO Eric Yuan said in a blog post Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2023, that the company ramped up staffing during the COVID-19 pandemic, when businesses became increasingly reliant on its service as people worked from home. Yuan said Zoom grew three times in size within 24 months to manage demand. Mark Lennihan, Associated Press On Tuesday, Zoom CEO and founder Eric Yuan announced that the company would be cutting nearly 15% of its entire workforce, saying goodbye to roughly 1,300 employees. Why? During the pandemic, the usage of Zoom skyrocketed, and the company grew three times in size over the course of 24 months, Yuan stated . However, it seems that post-pandemic life is changing the company. “As the world transitions to life post-pandemic, we are seeing that people and businesses continue to rely on Zoom.
Dell Joins Hedera’s Governing Council 2023/02/08 23:16:07 Bitcoin Ethereum News
The post Dell Joins Hedera’s Governing Council appeared on BitcoinEthereumNews.com . The tech giant Dell Technologies Inc. will be joining the governing council of the distributed ledger company Hedera Hashgraph LLC. Dell Exploring DLT According to the team at Hedera, tech…
Zoom to cut staff by 15 percent 2023/02/08 16:08:00 The Manila Times
SAN FRANCISCO, California: The company behind the Zoom videoconferencing platform — which became a household name during the pandemic — announced Tuesday it is laying off about 15 percent of its staff. Zoom Video Communications Chief Executive Officer Eric Yuan is also taking a 98-percent cut in salary this year and forgoing his executive bonus, he said in a blog post about the job cuts. He added that members of his executive leadership team are taking a 20-percent salary reduction and also forfeiting bonuses this year. While people and businesses continue to rely on Zoom "as the world transitions to life post-pandemic," the Silicon Valley-based firm is seeing customers cut back on spending, Yuan said in the post. Zoom has made the "tough but necessary" decision to lay off about 1,300 people, or roughly 15 percent of its staff, according to Yuan. "Our trajectory was forever changed during the pandemic when the world faced one of its toughest challenges, and I am proud of the way we mobilized as a company to keep people connected," Yuan said.
Zoom and eBay join Dell, Okta, Spotify, Google, Intel, Microsoft, Amazon and other tech companies making layoffs 2023/02/08 15:31:00 MarketWatch
Zoom and eBay are the latest tech companies in the layoffs spotlight. Here’s a list of other companies making job cuts.
''India set for accelerated 5G infrastructure deployment'' Says Dell Technologies 2022/08/01 05:00:59 The Sentinel Assam
NEW DELHI: As India begins to take first steps towards 5G with a record Rs 1.5 lakh crore spectrum auction, a top Dell Technologies India executive said on Sunday that the company expects to witness the beginning of an accelerated 5G infrastructure deployment serving both urban and rural India sooner than expected. The development will boost adoption of advanced technologies such as the Internet of Things, Industrial IoT, edge computing, and robotics across industries like agriculture, e-commerce, healthcare, education, and pharma, according to Manish Gupta, VP and GM, Infrastructure Solutions Group, Dell Technologies India. "As enterprises look to bring more and more of their applications to the public cloud, they''ll also need enterprise-grade solutions and services for their workloads that are integrated with their on-premises infrastructure stacks," Gupta told IANS. The convergence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) with the Internet of Things, Industry 4.0 will reduce manufacturing costs, improve quality and yields. "Data Analytics, AI and Machine Learning (ML) will penetrate new market segments and enable better, data-driven decisions for businesses resulting in more precise, real-time, and predictive analytics," he emphasised.
India set for accelerated 5G infrastructure deployment: Dell Technologies 2022/07/31 06:25:00 Business Standard
A top Dell Technologies India executive said on Sunday that the company expects to witness the beginning of an accelerated 5G infrastructure deployment
Dell Technologies shares the 3 keys to business resiliency 2022/07/30 06:21:22 CRN India
The past two years have introduced us to new ways of business operations, making organizations more dependent on digital, which has consequently raised the need for organizations to be more resilient. In their May 2021 study, McKinsey & Company expressed that the speed and uncertainty of change requires companies to build long-term plans to withstand […] The post Dell Technologies shares the 3 keys to business resiliency appeared first on CRN - India .
Dell slashed the price of this 22-inch monitor to only $150 2022/07/29 21:04:20 Techtelegraph
Working from home has a ton of perks, but working from a tiny laptop screen is definitely not one of them. Whether you’re bringing your job home with you or you’re doing your homework, you could certainly benefit from taking advantage of one of our picks for desktop monitor deals. Today’s awesome deal? Dell is […] The post Dell slashed the price of this 22-inch monitor to only $150 appeared first on TECHTELEGRAPH .
Microsoft Joins With Rivals To Try And Unseat Amazon''s Dominance In Government Cloud Computing Contracts 2022/07/28 18:20:00 Zero Hedge
Microsoft Joins With Rivals To Try And Unseat Amazon''s Dominance In Government Cloud Computing Contracts As the old saying goes: "The enemy of my enemy is my friend." Putting this into action, Microsoft has been making nice with its competitors like Google and Oracle in order to try and get the U.S. government to stop exclusively using Amazon for many of its cloud computing contracts. Microsoft "has issued talking points to other cloud companies aimed at jointly lobbying Washington to require major government projects to use more than one cloud service", the Wall Street Journal reported this week. It has also sought help from names like VMWare, Dell and HP, so far not asking Amazon to join the group. As of now, Amazon has about 39% of the global cloud market, the report notes. Microsoft comes in at 21%. But when it comes to government work, Amazon truly dominates, with a 47% share of the 2021 U.S. and Canada public-sector market order, the report says. For example, the NSA selected Amazon last year for a contract worth as much as $10 billion, the report says.
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