Dell will host its
Dell Enterprise Forum
San Jose Convention Center
on June 4-6, 2013. The event will offer Dell customers and partners open access to the most influential executives, engineers and architects developing Dell’s end-to-end IT infrastructure. Attendees will take part in keynotes, featuring Dell’s end-to-end data center approach, technology-specific super sessions, technical breakouts, roadmap sessions, “speak with a geek” opportunities, and hands-on labs showcasing the latest Dell data center offerings.
“The creation of Dell Enterprise Forum is a natural evolution and a direct result of customer feedback as Dell quickly grows its enterprise footprint and becomes a critical data center partner to companies worldwide,” said Marius Haas, president of enterprise solutions group at Dell. “The conference will give customers and partners a chance to spend time with Dell’s enterprise team and get an in-depth look at our broad capabilities that drive improved efficiencies in their businesses today while providing a view into the future with our portfolio.”
Dell Enterprise Forum is a progression of the company’s previously successful Dell Storage Forums. Dell Storage Forum served as the company’s cornerstone technical conference, and its charter has been expanded to be inclusive of all of Dell’s infrastructure capabilities. The conference will include deep dives into key data center building blocks, such as Dell Active System converged infrastructures to address specific workloads, Dell PowerEdge rack, tower and blade servers that provide leading performance and scalability, Dell networking as the intelligent backbone for in-center communications for data centers, and Dell storage as a flexible, easy-to-manage and secure data repository.
Dell continues to offer innovative technology to balance price and performance with a scalable design point, helping IT organizations of all sizes easily grow alongside their businesses. Dell Enterprise Forum will offer insights into how Dell helps organizations attain their desired business outcomes with technology that works better together to achieve its full potential.