IT giants Infosys and Wipro to help Dell treble services revenue in few years

BANGALORE: Michael S Dell wants to more than treble the software services revenue in a “few years”, an ambition that the entrepreneur is betting on his team of leaders handpicked from Indian outsourcing giants such as Infosys and Wipro.  Significantly, the founder, chairman and CEO of the Texas-based computer hardware and services firm believes ever since going private, Dell has been able to focus more on clients without being distracted by “activist shareholders” and invest in some of the long-term strategies, including investing in cloud, security and analytics space.

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/tech/ites/it-giants-infosys-and-wipro-to-help-dell-treble-services-revenue-in-few-years/articleshow/43189559.cms

We won’t spread ourselves too thin in India: Anand Sankaran

After having worked at Indian information technology services major Wipro for more than two decades Anand Sankaran moved last year October to Dell as its president and global head of infrastructure and cloud computing services. In his first interaction with the media since joining Dell, Sankaran says the last eight months have been “exciting, challenging, rewarding and a lot of hard work”. He talks to Itika Sharma Punit on the acceptance of cloud computing by clients and Dell’s areas of focus.

http://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/we-won-t-spread-ourselves-too-thin-in-india-anand-sankaran-114062900453_1.html

Wistron partners with Dell to develop computers made of recycled plastics

TAIPEI — Taiwanese contract laptop maker Wistron Corp. (緯創) has partnered up with longtime customer Dell Inc. to work on a sustainable solution for electronic waste recycling — by building waste into new computers. Wistron said in a Tuesday press release that, for the first time, its third-party certified “closed-loop” recycled plastics are being used to make computers for the U.S. brand’s upcoming computer line.

http://www.chinapost.com.tw/business/company-focus/2014/05/22/408306/Wistron-partners.htm

Dell targets ‘untapped’ storage market with SC4020

May 16, DELL Inc believes that its latest storage solution is the answer to what it said was a previously untapped market in Malaysia – the mid-market segment. According to KT Ong, Dell Malaysia general manager, the Dell Compellent SC4020 helps companies in the mid-market segment address their IT challenges in a “cost effective” manner. 

http://www.themalaymailonline.com/tech-gadgets/article/dell-targets-untapped-storage-market-with-sc4020

We will continue to focus on small biz with SonicWall

Dell had announced the acquisition of SonicWall, an IT network security solutions provider, in 2012. The acquisition helped Dell expand its security and software services portfolio (called Dell’s software group). Dell’s software group is valued at $1.6 billion, globally.  According to Amit Singh, Country Head-India, SonicWall BV-India (A Dell Company), features prominently for Dell amongst the Asia-Pacific-Japan region.  As cloud computing, bring your own devices (BYOD), mobility and big data, throws up new security challenges, Dell SonicWall is looking at firming its presence.

http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/features/smartbuy/we-will-continue-to-focus-on-small-biz-with-sonicwall/article5792398.ece

Dell recaptures old spirit and looks beyond PCs

After months of corporate manoeuvring that led to it being taken private last year, Dell Inc has a renewed sense of excitement and the freedom to make the bold moves necessary to thrive again, with Asia…  “With almost two-thirds of the global population residing in this part of the world, we see enormous opportunity in Asia,” chairman and CEO Michael Dell told the Dell World 2013 conference in December…

http://www.bangkokpost.com/business/telecom/394241/dell-recaptures-old-spirit-and-looks-beyond-pcs