Dell Weekly Recap: News (April 5 Edition)

Welcome to the latest edition of Dell’s Weekly Recap, your guide to the week's Dell-related news and happenings.


'Stampede' Supercomputer Unveiled at UT Austin

Stampede, the University of Texas’ new Dell/Intel HPC cluster, is the most powerful in the U.S. dedicated to “open” science through the National Science Foundation’s XCEDE program. 


Dell's Latitude 10 Tablet has Serious Offerings for Businesses – 

The Canberra Times (blog)Dell's Latitude 10 tablet has serious offerings for (blog)A tablet for the business environment is the holy grail for hardware manufacturers at the moment.

Dell's Latitude 10 Tablet has Serious Offerings for Businesses – Computer Weekly, March 27, 2013

A tablet for the business environment is the holy grail for hardware manufacturers at the moment. Trying to provide a sturdy piece of hardware, with performance specs which can include security features to satisfy IT departments, while still be sexy enough to throw around the boardroom, at a price point that can reflect kitting out an entire workforce?

Dell Debuts PC Support Subscriptions, New Workstation Software – Bloomber Business Week, April 2, 2013

Dell Inc. (DELL) is introducing a subscription-based customer support service for consumers who buy desktop computers, laptops and tablets. For fees starting at $239 a year, users will have access to telephone or Web-based assistance 24 hours a day, the Round Rock, Texas-based company said today in a statement. Dell will also provide support services via Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc.

'Bring Your Own Device' Trend Rushes into Korea – Asian News Network, March 28, 2013

Imagine switching your own smartphone to work mode during the day and back to personal mode once you leave the office…This phenomenon is called bring your own device, shortened in the industrial scene as BYOD, and it is getting ready to take off in Korea…

OptiPlex 9010: Dell Delivers a More Usable Touchscreen AiO – PC World, April 3, 2013

Calling out its design and the inclusion of a Video Electronics Standards Association mounting point rendering it suitable for almost any work environment the Dell OptiPlex 9010 is praised as “one of the best AiOs on the market.”

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