How Dell Helped Us Finish the ReMotion Knee Just in Time

The following is a guest post by Vinesh Narayan, product manager at D-Rev. D-Rev designs and delivers medical technologies that close the quality healthcare gap for under-served populations. Their goal is to shift industries to make world-class healthcare more accessible for all, and Dell is excited to help them … READ MORE

Laura Pevehouse December 9, 2015

Now Available: Dell’s New Precision Workstations

At Dell, we’re driven by the real needs of our customers and focus on designing the solutions that empower professionals across a variety of fields. For Dell Precision workstations, our team is tasked with building powerful computing devices that manage demanding work – from photographers like Sam Robinson, … READ MORE

Rahul Tikoo November 19, 2015

Challenging Europe’s Finest Engineering Students at EBEC

Working in a large enterprise means learning to work in a team with different people, with very different ideas, notes Jose Esteves, Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto (FEUP) professor and a Jury Member at this year’s European BEST Engineering Competition (EBEC). It’s a key asset for … READ MORE

Laura Pevehouse September 2, 2015

Every Power User Should Be Mobile

The following is a guest post from Olivier Favre at Teradici. Earlier this year, Teradici announced cross-platform support for it's PCoIP® Workstation Access Software on Dell's portfolio of Precision workstations allowing small and medium businesses with little IT support to run complex CAD applications from anywhere. ************ Mobility and flexible … READ MORE

Aundrea Grumbo August 7, 2015

Austin City Limits Relies on Dell to Enter the New Media Era

Watching Dell establish our strongest-ever end-to-end solutions made something click for Ed Bailey, the vice president of brand development for Austin City Limits, the longest running music series in American television history. It was in watching our growth and development that Ed realized Dell was a company he … READ MORE

Laura Pevehouse August 6, 2015
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