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Dell Technologies expands its PowerProtect portfolio to deliver data protection solutions designed to fit any IT strategy

Dell Technologies introduces new Dell EMC PowerProtect DP series integrated appliances and PowerProtect Data Manager software advancements to help customers protect, manage and recover data from traditional and modern applications across core data centers, edge locations and public clouds. Dell, the industry leader in data protection appliances and software1, also announces PowerProtect Cyber Recovery is the first data vaulting solution endorsed by Sheltered Harbor to enhance cyber resiliency in the financial sector.

New Dell EMC Ready Solutions for HPC accelerate customers' time to deliver new products and services in healthcare, life sciences and manufacturing

Dell Technologies announces new Dell EMC Ready Solutions and high-performance computing (HPC) cloud service provider collaborations to accelerate AI and advanced computing innovation in healthcare, life sciences and manufacturing.

'Innovation and world-changing ideas have always started with people thinking big,' said Thierry Pellegrino, vice president, Data-Centric Workloads & Solutions, Dell Technologies. 'We're committed to advancing and democratizing HPC and AI by making these technologies more accessible to the big thinkers who will shape our future.'


Dell Technologies, FedEx (NSYE: FDX) and Switch (NYSE: SWCH) are working together to develop exascale multi-cloud edge infrastructure services

"This will bring compute, storage and connectivity to the network edge and help customers overcome performance barriers for latency-sensitive applications.

This initiative will focus on bringing multi-cloud resources and exascale compute power closer to where customers run their businesses. Taking this approach allows organizations to make real-time decisions using capabilities like artificial intelligence, machine learning and 5G.

The companies plan to build technology hubs across the United States that will be capable of supporting multiple cloud environments with Switch's edge data centers and Dell Technologies' cloud infrastructure. The hubs will be placed in strategic, secure FedEx locations, with the first underway in Memphis, Tenn. This combination creates the foundation for a consistent experience across multiple cloud platforms..."

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