Monday, March 24, 2014

Dell Redefines the Economics of Enterprise Storage, Unveiling New Mid-Tier Storage Arrays for Asia-Pacific Region

Dell today announced it is seizing a new market opportunity with the unveiling of a brand new series of full-featured, enterprise storage arrays designed for mid-sized fibre channel deployments. Available first in the Asia-Pacific region and planned globally later in 2014, the new Dell Storage SC4000 Series arrays demonstrate Dell’s continued innovation to bring full-featured, enterprise-class storage to cost-efficient, high-performing, smaller-scale solutions.

  • Dell enters the mid-range fibre channel storage market with full-featured, enterprise storage arrays first launched throughout the Asia-Pacific region
  • All-flash and hybrid array options offer enterprise-class performance for mid-tier deployments with all-flash solution costing up to 76 percent less than competing arrays1
  • Dell extends innovative offer of all-flash performance for the price of hard disks to a new class of storage arrays2
  • New arrays, designed to support various workload demands, can host up to 10,000 Microsoft Exchange user mailboxes in a single 2U SAN3

The new storage array series, with an all-flash solution that can cost up to 76 percent less than competing pure flash arrays1, is the latest addition to Dell’s customer-driven enterprise data center portfolio of purpose-built solutions designed to make IT more efficient and practical.

Dell ranks first for x86 servers in APJ with 20.9% unit share

Dell today announced it has once again topped the Asia-Pacific & Japan (APJ) region with 20.9% unit share in the x86 server market. According to the International Data Corporation’s (IDC) Q4’13 Worldwide Quarterly Server Tracker, Dell ended the year in the number one spot, overtaking HP.

IDC reported that total x86 server shipments from APJ grew by 12% year over year and 4.9% quarter over quarter.

“We are very proud of regaining the leadership position in the regional x86 market, and attribute our success to our customer-centric approach. At Dell, we believe in keeping our customers at the core of everything we do,” said Sumir Bhatia, Regional Director, Enterprise Solutions, Dell South Asia. “In order to remain at the forefront of the enterprise technology market, we are also constantly adding compelling products and solutions to our portfolio,” he added. 

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Saturday, March 22, 2014

Our top of the line server for your most demanding workloads: The Dell PowerEdge R920

Information is power. We’ve all heard this before - but the reality is that for enterprises today, fast and easy access to a deluge of information really does become one of the most powerful advantages a company can have over its competitors. At Dell we understand this, which is why we continue to push the envelope with our PowerEdge server portfolio to address the business needs of today and tomorrow.

Today I am excited to announce the latest addition to the PowerEdge server portfolio, the Dell PowerEdge R920, our highest performing server, which allows customers to deliver faster results, quickly adapt to changing business needs, and improve overall reliability. Customers like the City of Round Rock believe technology plays a critical role in the functioning of their city, from improving the way they handle emergency situations to anticipating problems in real-time. 

For example, Brooks Bennett, CIO of the City of Round Rock recently said:

Our police and fire departments need data to be accessible at the drop of a hat and they cannot be slowed to get to where they need to go.  With the PowerEdge R920 we can have instant access to mission critical data that is required for our city’s first responders.  The R920 is a beast in terms of performance, onboard storage and all the workloads it can push. It will let us do our job faster and more effectively while helping us keep our community safe.

The 4-socket, 4U PowerEdge R920, built on Intel’s new E7 processors, is designed to handle extremely demanding, mission critical workloads like enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM), e-commerce, and very large databases – including in-memory databases. Initial workload testing shows:

Monday, March 17, 2014

LAZADA PH BAGS AWARD AT THE 6TH DIGITALFILIPINO WEB AWARDS, the Philippines largest online shopping mall, recently emerged among the victors in the 2014 DigitalFilipino Awards held at the Amphitheater of Ateneo Graduate of School of Business, Rockwell Drive in Makati City.

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Home Loan Free Loan

The Philippine Veterans Bank (PVB) just recently launched last February 28,  2013 of the Home Loan Free Home Promo held in Asian Institute Management Conference, Makati City.