Dell EMC Services enables clients’ transformation to modern IT infrastructure environments

Dell Technologies’ core competencies remain rooted in products and infrastructure

The keynote sessions began with a Dell Technologies Capital update by Scott Darling, president of the venture arm. This group manages investments for all of Dell Technologies’ strategic business units, including Boomi, VMware, RSA, Secureworks, Virtustream, Dell EMC and Dell. Dell Technologies Capital has spent over $100 million in investments to broaden the company’s innovation ecosystem, taking various levels of financial positions in over 90 companies over the past six years. We believe Dell Technologies’ strategy of using this venture capital structure to spur innovation and gain access to creative new technologies across the startup community will play a critical role in the expansion of its strong market position as a key infrastructure provider enabling IT modernization.

Chairman and CEO Michael Dell also spoke at the event, discussing the topic of unlocking the power of data. He talked about how the company stores and protects more data than any competitor, and has the market opportunities to enable clients to extract value from data, from the edge to the core to the cloud. The presentation transitioned into a keynote by CTO John Roese that outlined six key areas of innovation that Dell Technologies will focus on to capture market share: powerful accelerated compute, high-performance data storage and protection, software-defined infrastructure, multicloud operating models, compute and analytics at the edge, and data mobility. The company will continue to invest in these six areas to make data and applications agile and adaptable to the large advances made in data generation through modern technology, and we believe this aligns nicely with the company’s overall goal of being the supplier of essential infrastructure across the globe.

 

The two-day summit began with a full day of keynotes spanning Dell Technologies’ (NYSE: DVMT) various lines of businesses and capabilities. The second day consisted of track sessions on infrastructure, client solutions, Internet of Things (IoT) and business innovations, including one-on-one discussions and small group meetings.

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