Dell Crafts Private Cloud Offering, Intros ISV Partner Program

Davis, Jessica
March 2010
Channel Insider;3/25/2010, p1
The article reports that Dell Computer Corp. is introducing a new Cloud partner program, which is a set of solutions and services for independent software vendors (ISV) looking to build private clouds. It says that the new program's inaugural ISVs include Aster Data Systems, Greenplum Inc., and Canonical Ltd. In addition, the program solutions and services will include the Dell PowerEdge C-series servers, consulting, and deployment.


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