Event Occurred on Tuesday, December 11, 2012 at 7:15 AM CT

Tom Sweet, Vice President Corporate Finance and Controller, and Robert Williams, Vice President, Investor Relations, addressed investors at the Raymond James IT Supply Chain Conference in New York on Tuesday, December 11th. Mr. Sweet and Mr. Williams discussed Dell’s recent quarterly results and the company’s strategic initiatives with Brian Alexander, Raymond James’ Managing Director, Equity Research and then took questions from the audience. The event was webcast live at 7:15 am CT, and will be accessible via replay.

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