Dell has unveiled the world’s most intelligent and secure business PCs across its award-winning Latitude, Precision, and Optiplex portfolios. The new devices further Dell’s commitment to sustainability with recycled materials, sustainable packaging, energy-efficient designs and EPEAT Gold registrations. Dell has the industry’s most sustainable commercial PC portfolio (May 2020).
It’s hard to believe that we’re heading into the year 2020 – a year that many have marked as a milestone in technology. Autonomous cars lining our streets, virtual assistants predicting our needs and taking our requests, connected and intelligent everything across every industry.
Not since the Intel’s NUC, Compute Stick and Compute Card have I stumbled upon a PC as compact and small as Dell’s latest innovation. The first-of-its-kind OptiPlex 7070 Ultra is truly made for a clutter-free desktop. Its modular zero-footprint design is clever; it simply slides and sits inside a thin display stand.
Dell has released its most advanced and easy-to-manage PowerEdge portfolio of servers – built to optimise price performance for myriad applications across web, enterprise and hyperscale. It features state-of-the art advancements in storage, processing and memory technology, matched with industry-leading management capabilities.
In a closed media session today, Dell announced new solutions optimised to help customers of all sizes from branch office to scale-out data centres. With the new “Private Cloud in a Box” – the all-new Dell PowerEdge VRTX (pronounced ‘vertex’) server, Dell is bringing enterprise-class converged technology to the small and medium business (SMB) market, minus the complexity and cost associated with conventional deployment.