Dell has seen increased adoption of its cloud solutions and services across several public and private organizations around the world.
Dell claimed that public and private organizations around the world choose Dell Cloud solutions and services to achieve their unique business goals, improve competitiveness and better serve customers and citizens.
As many as 146 schools under Dong Yang Education Bureau in China have set out to improve K-12 education through an efficient and flexible Dell cloud infrastructure.
Dell said that the platform supports students and teachers from 146 schools by running more than 500 administrative and learning application servers as well as virtual desktops.
Dell portfolio of solutions includes Dell PowerEdge servers, Dell Storage, Dell Networking switches, Dell Software and Dell Services.
Chengdu University of Information Technology (CUIT) located in Sichuan province, China, is using cloud and thin client computing to reduce management and energy costs, improve mobile access and collaboration and enable innovation for its 20,000 students and 3,000 staff.
“By combining our global ecosystem of leading cloud providers with our cloud management capabilities and end-to-end solutions and services, we can create a cloud environment tailored for a customer’s specific needs,” said Nnamdi Orakwue, vice president, Dell.
UK-based PIE Mapping saw significant demand for its services after developing a Freight Journey Planner that kept business moving on London’s roads during the 2012 Olympics. To meet this demand, PIE has moved to a Dell Cloud on Demand platform.
Dell’s cloud solution has enabled the company to calculate complex routes significantly faster in the cloud and introduce several new products and services and can scale its IT in an instant to support its growing global ambitions.
Meanwhile, Dell private cloud solutions also enable governments and their agencies to efficiently modernize their IT infrastructures to better support their constituents with new and improved services.
SICTIAM, a government controlled agency in France providing IT service to public institutions, and Scotland-based Scottish Fire and Rescue (SFR) are among the few companies in public sector, who have shifted to Dell cloud solutions.