Dell Once Again Paves the IT Way – #DST_2015

DELL2Dell Solutions Tour 2015
SMX Aura
April 16, 2015


When I first entered the call center industry a decade ago, DELL was one of my first accounts for Teleperformance. We took orders from customers who wanted to purchase a desktop package with
printers together with it’s other partner brands. So in my opinion, Dell has always been a trend setter and I’m in love with their monitors and sleek laptops even up to this very day.

Just recently, many thanks to the kind invite of a PR friend Ms. Sheila, I got reunited again for Dell this time with its Solutions Tour 2015 held at SMX in SM Aura attended all over by the IT community.

Dell flew in some of its top executives in the Asia Pacific Region to discuss what was in store for this year’s solutions tour. Led by Dell Philippines, Country Manager Christopher Papa, it was a rare moment meeting:
Chin Wah Mak, General Manager, Enterprise Solutions
Business, Dell South Asia; ; Tian Beng Ng, Managing Director, South Asia &
Korea and Vice President, Commercial Channels, Asia Pacific
Japan, Dell; Harjeet Singh Rekhi, General manager, Client Solutions
Business, Dell South Asia

It was also awesome meeting Jonathan Avila, Dell Monitor Ambassador who shared his experience using Dell’s monitors and other programs related to his photography business.
And here are the most important information you needed to know.
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Dell is proud to share it’s enhanced networking portfolio designed specifically to meet the needs of small to medium-sized businesses, including the new X-series family of smart managed switches and an expanded N-series family with the addition of the Dell N1500 for smaller fully managed environments.

Global workforces have given rise to increased mobile and cloud computing. This, combined with the rise in data analytics, has caused businesses to experience a data deluge. IT departments of
all sizes are looking to create a network infrastructure that is able to manage this new generation of computing and workload processing but are often constrained by limited resources. To provide small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) with a competitive edge and the ability to grow their networks at a flexible and affordable rate, Dell has introduced these innovative networking solutions that combine cost effective, enterprise-level network control with consumer with ease.
P1190475Dell Networking X-Series

The Dell Networking X-Series is a family of smart web-managed 1 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) and 10GbE switches specifically designed for SMBs that offer intuitive, enterprise-class features, as well as multiple flexible configurations. SMB customers can enjoy advanced network management without requiring professional IT support thanks to step-by-step wizards and customizable
dashboards that make configuration, calibration and troubleshooting quick and accurate.

Dell Networking N1500

The Dell Networking N1500 family offers fully managed 1GbE switches optimized for smaller networks. The switches utilize a comprehensive enterprise-class Layer 2/3 feature set, common
command-line interface (CLI) for consistent management and standard 10GbE SFP+ transceivers and cables for stacking, providing up to 200 1GbE ports in a 4-unit stack. SMBs can deploy a secure network that is optimized for VoIP and social environments, and prioritize network traffic for maximum efficiency.

Dell Networking W-series wireless support

To reassure wireless customers and partners, Dell announced extended support for the W-series family of wireless access points and controllers. Dell is committed to supporting the W-series
without interruption throughout the product life cycle.



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