Dell Launches Storage Design Center In Bangalore

Bangalore: Dell, a leading end-to-end technology solutions provider, today launched its storage design center here and said it plans to ramp up operations by adding professionals.

The sixth of its kind across the globe, the Bangalore center will strengthen the coordinated development of Dell's servers, storage and networking in alignment with the company's focus on IT convergence solutions and its broader enterprise business portfolio, the company said in a release.

Dell plans to ramp up operations with its state-of-the-art engineering lab by adding storage architects, design engineers, software developers and engineering managers focused on enterprise storage technologies and data center integration, the release added.

Dell's storage design centers in Austin, Texas; Eden Prairie, Minnesota; Nashua, New Hampshire; San Jose, California, Tel Aviv, Israel and now Bangalore will collaborate to create next-generation storage technologies and data center integration, the company said.

"As an additional design center, the Bangalore storage design facility will focus on a variety of key development areas, including management software, support tools, integration, validation and sustaining activities for the Dell Storage portfolio."

Commenting on the launch, Alan Atkinson, Vice President and Co-General Manager, Dell Storage said "The demand for efficient storage products is said to be growing by more than 30 per cent annually, and we are receiving more requests for customised products and solutions that address specific datacenter challenges."

"With this in mind, we have extended our Dell Storage design capabilities to India, so we can leverage talent and other resources here to develop new storage innovations that will continue to keep Dell top of mind for a wide range of storage and data center customers," he added.

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Source: PTI