Server shipments grow
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01 September 2015

Server shipments grow

Gartner's latest report warns of a slowing

Beancounters at Gartner have added up the numbers and divided by their shoe size and decided that server shipments have grown by eight per cent.

Dell creates new hyperscale unit
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Cloudbusting plans

Tinbox shifter Dell has created a new business unit to chase after the "second tier" of hyperscale customers.

Dell releases cheap as chips Chromebook
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At last one which is affordable

Dell has released a Chromebook which is actually affordable and could end up in the paws of schoolkids or businesses.

Lenovo is global PC leader
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Tablets dying

Beancounters at Canalys have added up all their numbers and divided by their shoe size to name Lenovo the biggest PC leader.

John Byrne joins Dell as Global VP
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As global VP of sales and Strategy

John Byrne is an industry veteran that many people know from the days of ATI. This capable salesman managed to reach some of the highest possible positions in AMD after the acquisition of ATI. 

Dell launches Windows 10 device pre-sale
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Ahead of Windows 10 July 29th launch date

While Microsoft's Windows 10 OS might launch on July 29th that did not stop Dell to launch its Windows 10 pre-sale.

Thin client market drying up
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Lack of drivers

The global thin and terminal client market slumped during the first quarter of 2015, declining 7.8per cent.

Dell builds IoT lab in Limerick
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There once was a boxshifter called Dell...

Dell has opened an Internet of Things (IoT) lab in Limerick, Ireland as part of a cunning plan to create a base and research arm for its brand new IoT division.

Dell replaces XPS 13
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XPS 15 might be lucky for some

While Dell is refusing to mention anything about its replacement for the XPS 13, the XPS15 has been getting a lot of attention at Computex Taipei.

USB C getting thumbs up from suppliers
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One cable to rule them, one cable to bind them

It seems that everyone is wanting to copy Apple in putting a USB Type-C port onto their hardware.