Innovation at Dell › Dell Research
Capitalizing on Dell’s 30-year history of driving practical, real-world innovation, Dell Research delivers long-range, disruptive, pan-Dell research and development to inform and influence Dell’s technology strategy. Dell Research complements the company’s innovative research and development by collaborating across Dell’s technical community to create holistic, organic solutions focused on customer needs, with a two-, five- and 10-year outlook.
By implementing a hybrid innovation strategy, Dell Research augments its organic research with an extended external community, including university alliances, to leverage that wealth of knowledge for the benefit of Dell’s customers. With a team of industry and technical experts, Dell Research is focused on multiple R&D projects within five major technology areas:
|Data and data insights|
Dell Research’s database research is aimed at understanding the implications of flash memory and next-generation Non-Volatile memory technologies on database systems
|Internet of Things|
A number of technological forces are combining to create a revolution at the intersection of computer control and computer networking.
|Mobility and next-generation UX|
With the proliferation of mobile devices and the growing reliance on them for both business and personal use, innovative technologies that connect, secure and provide reliability in this realm is a prime focus for Dell Research.
|Next-generation infrastructure and cloud|
Dell Research believes that next-generation data center infrastructure will be both software-defined and software-based.
Dell Research is developing research in the area of perceptive security systems to determine when there is a possible danger or risk, much like humans perceive and evaluate risk
The annual Dell Technology Outlook is Dell’s point of view about key, disruptive technology trends and inflection points, which have potential to affect businesses in a significant way.
|Dell Technology Outlook 2015|
|This report contains predictions by Dell Research about ten technological events we believe will take place in the next five years.|