In this 10 minute overview, learn how the industrial IoT is disrupting the transportation industry, what this means for your business, and how our transportation customers are successfully leveraging the IIoT to gain a competitive edge.
RecordedJan 30 20187 mins
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Doug Lieberman, Global Solutions Director, Dell Technologies and Adam Mendoza, Sales Engineer, Intel Corporation
Although we immediately associate 5G with Telco, today’s Telco is much more than 5G.
While 5G will deliver very low latency, improved data rates, and the opportunity for tailored services, 5G is an enabler for broader real world applications.
Delivering connectivity based on the workload, including AI, robotics, cybersecurity, IoT and data analytics, means bringing compute as close to the Edge as possible with an enhanced network infrastructure to enable near real time applications.
By managing enormous amounts of data closer to where it is generated, collected and analyzed means those new services can drive the opportunities for new capabilities and improved customer experience.
Today’s Telcos are not only technology distributors, but also service providers – bringing end-to-end capabilities to a broad set of use cases, and creating new revenue opportunities to leverage their investments.
Join us to hear more about how the evolving Telco landscape is driving organizational success, and how Dell and Intel are partnering with Telcos around the world to turn ideas into solutions, solutions into services, and services into revenue opportunities.
Michael Sherwood, CIO @ City of Las Vegas and Martin Yates, CTO for Digital Cities @ Dell Technologies
From the city states of ancient Sumeria, long considered the creators of modern civilization and known for their innovations in language, governance, architecture, to present day Las Vegas, Singapore and San Francisco, cities have always been cradles of innovation. Now, with urban populations projected to reach 7.5B by 2050, cities must once again remake themselves.
In today’s cities, services and utilities operate independently and autonomously. But to manage explosive population growth, they must become ecosystems of interconnectivity, powered by data, running in a multi-cloud world.
Each city faces its own vision and unique challenges in achieving this. Join us in conversation with civic innovators from around the world as we explore those challenges – and how Edge computing and the Internet of Things are helping them meet their goals.
Join Martin Yates, CTO at Dell Technologies, as he talks with Michael Sherwood from the City of Las Vegas to hear what one of the most innovative cities across the globe is doing to build a digital city.
In this short 10-minute webinar we will introduce you to the new Dell EMC PowerScale family – PowerScale OneFS, PowerScale nodes and Isilon nodes. We will discuss what is meant by any data anywhere, we will look at PowerScale at the edge, in the core and enabling your cloud and we will discuss what is meant by OEM-Ready….all in 10-minutes.
Quentin Esterhuizen – Lead Storage Product Manager, Dell Technologies; Mark Geel – Storage GTM Manager, Dell Technologies
In this short 10-minute webinar we will introduce you to the new Dell EMC PowerStore appliance. We will touch on the benefits of the container-based architecture, introduce you to the innovative AppsON feature that allows you to run your applications directly on the array itself and we will talk about some use cases….all in 10-minutes.
Ken Baumgardner – Product Manager, Dell Technologies Design Solutions; Mark Geel – Storage GTM Manager, Dell Technologies
In this short 10-minute webinar we will introduce you to the Dell EMC VxRail HCI appliance. We will discuss what makes up a VxRail and we will introduce you to the new VxRail D Series option – a short depth ruggedized VxRail appliance option….all in under 10-minutes.
Sean Phelan, Vice President Global Sales, Dell Technologies, Ken Baumgardner, Consultant Product Manager Dell Technologies
The Dell Technologies Design Solutions team is excited to introduce the new Dell EMC VxRail D Series – bringing HCI to extreme edge environments. Built for VMware, with VMware, to enhance VMware, this new VxRail D Series option is powered by a short depth Dell EMC PowerEdge server. Enjoy the following features:
•Simplified life-cycle management, where we do the full stack testing and qualifications so that you can install and upgrade with confidence
•Designed for space-constrained, remote and harsh environments – temperature resilient, shock resistant, minimal footprint and highly portable
•The full VxRail software experience with a fully integrated vCenter, AI-driven insights, RESTful APIs, and much more
Martin Bäckström @ Ericsson, Flavio Devide @ Dell Technologies, Christian Renaud @ S&P Global
Cloud computing has been a defining technological advance of the last decade. Today, though, its primacy is being challenged by the rise of the Internet of Things and sensor-dependent technologies like autonomous transportation and computer vision.
Applications like these generate vast data feeds which need to be ingested, analyzed and acted on in real time. And to achieve that, compute is migrating out to the edge.
However, at the same time 5G is delivering an order of magnitude improvement in capacity, latency, reliability and availability. Could this spell a retreat from the edge?
Join moderator Kirsten Billhardt from Dell Technologies as she welcomes panelists:
- Martin Bäckström, Head of Technology & Portfolio, Cloud & NFVi, Ericsson
- Flavio Devide, Edge & IoT Field CTO, Dell Technologies
- Christian Renaud, Vice President, Research, S&P Global
As we examine these rising technology trends, their challenges and likely implications for business outcomes. With expert panelists from both sides, this promises to be a highly stimulating debate.
Sean Phelan, Global Vice President of Specialty Sales, Design Solutions Ajay Misra, Consultant Product Manager, Design Soluti
We’re excited to share with you the latest addition to the Dell Technologies Design Solutions’ storage portfolio – the OEM-Ready Dell EMC PowerScale – the new standard in unstructured data storage. PowerScale brings structure to unstructured data with simplicity at scale for any data, anywhere. Start small and seamlessly scale to multi-petabytes from the edge to the core to the cloud. Benefits include:
•Bringing OneFS, our leading scale-out file system, together with our leading PowerEdge servers
•OEM-Ready: hardware and software rebranding available to support your go-to-market requirements
•DevOps ready, inline data reduction, S3 support, and OneFS at the edge, in the core and into the cloud
Sean Phelan, Vice President of Specialty Sales, Dell Technologies Design Solutions
In this webinar we will share with you the latest announcements to our storage portfolio:
•Dell EMC PowerStore: A revolutionary storage appliance that allows customers to run applications directly on the array for a consolidated footprint at the edge. PowerStore is data-centric; supporting any workload; it is performance-optimized, utilizing the latest in NVMe flash and storage-class memory; and it’s adaptable with a container-based architecture.
•Dell EMC VxRail D Series: This durable, ruggedized, hyper-converged platform is built on the PowerEdge XR2 short depth server. It is capable of withstanding extreme temperatures and extends beyond the datacenter to space-constrained, remote, and harsh environments without compromising on functionality, performance or simplified lifecycle management.
•Dell EMC PowerScale: Designed for unstructured data - start small and seamlessly scale to multi-petabytes from the edge to the core to the cloud. PowerScale is OEM-ready, meaning both the hardware and software can be rebranded/de-branded to support your go-to-market requirements.
Chris Rommel, VDC Research; Greg Moore OEM CTO, Dell Technologies; Inbar Blankenship, Product Manager, Rockwell Automation
Solution builders in industries including mining, energy and manufacturing are facing new pressures to differentiate their products and services, accelerate the pace of innovation and improve operational efficiencies in an increasingly competitive environment.
Meanwhile, edge processing demands continue to increase in the OT environment, driving the need for additional compute, connectivity and storage - as well as more flexible hardware and software platforms. Emerging workloads ranging from AI/ML, IIoT and video analytics drive new use cases, such as heavy asset monitoring, predictive maintenance of equipment and machine vision for inspection.
In this webinar, we will address the surge in edge computing and uncover how you can drive value by partnering with Dell Technologies OEM Embedded & Edge Solutions. We can help you design, deliver and support customized industrial Edge solutions and a secure supply chain – all from one trusted and sustainable tier 1 vendor.
Matt Tracewell, Vice President, Tracewell Systems; Dan Romanelli, Sales Director, Dell Technologies OEM Solutions
By 2025, Gartner projects 75 percent of all enterprise-generated data will be processed outside of a traditional data center or cloud. Federal agencies already collect massive amounts of data in the field, often in rugged environments. As a result, there is a hard requirement to bring customized compute capabilities to the network’s edge to enable better, faster insights, and ultimately, a mission advantage. Edge environments call for portable solutions, without sacrificing power, speed, storage, or security.
Agencies and federal systems integrators need a trusted collaborator to propel innovation, ensure regulatory compliance, and get powerful, end-to-end enterprise-class IT capabilities to drive agency missions through digital transformation – from the edge to the core to the cloud. Join Dell Technologies OEM Solutions to hear how we’re building secure and compliant solutions for mission-critical environments. Plus, Tracewell Systems will discuss how they work with Dell Technologies to build solutions that support mission critical computing for strange and usual places, were commercial technologies was not created to operate.
Sean Phelan, Global Vice President of Storage Solutions ; Quentin Esterhuizen, Head of Storage, Dell Technologies OEM
Join this exclusive conversation for Application Developers & OEMs, hosted by Sean Phelan, Global Vice President of Storage Solutions, and Quentin Esterhuizen, Head of Storage Product Management, Dell Technologies OEM Embedded & Edge Solutions.
• Learn how this highly differentiated solution is an excellent fit for application developers who are deploying data-intensive solutions at the edge.
• Discover how PowerStore converges storage and compute by hosting applications directly on the appliance, decreasing valuable footprint and energy costs for remote operations.
• Explore how Dell EMC PowerStore with its container-based architecture, active-active scale-up and scale-out growth options, and the fact that it employs the latest in artificial intelligence and autonomous operation, PowerStore is data-centric, intelligent, adaptable storage.
Sean Phelan. Global VP Sales - Dell OEM & Charlie Wood, Project Manager - Vanson Bourne
In this co-produced webinar by Vanson Bourne and Dell Technologies, we will examine the results of a recent worldwide survey entitled the Global Data Protection Index (GDPI) and how OEM solution developers can benefit from integrating data protection.
Among other data points, we’ll review the costs associated with downtime, compliance with government regulations, and the challenges faced in protecting newer technologies associated with Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, Robotics, etc. All of this will be done through both industry and geographical lenses, allowing attendees to compare their solution’s preparedness against that of their peers.
Cindi Howson, Chief Data Strategy Officer, Thoughtspot & Alan Brumley, OEM | Embedded & Edge CTO
In the age of digital transformation, customer experience is critical to maintain a competitive edge no matter what industry you are in. Differentiation requires innovative solutions that can process and provide immediate access to data and its contextual information.
Today’s personalization and 360-customer demands require next-generation designs that support memory-centric architectures as well as offload technologies.
Join Alan Brumley of Dell Technologies, and special guest Cindi Howson of ThoughtSpot, as they discuss industry trends and creative solutions to provide the best customer experiences for the evolving landscapes of today and tomorrow.
Greg Moore, Dell Technologies | Harry Forbes, ARC Advisory Group | Spencer Doyle, Industrial Platform, Noodle AI
In Industry 4.0 companies are embarking on the transformative journey. The desire to gain new business insights from data, the availability of affordable IoT infrastructure, move to the edge, AI and the advent of 5G are driving strong demand.
Hear from a panel of experts how manufacturers are transforming and how industrial solution builders can keep them ready for the era of new industrial revolution.
Topics of discussion will include:
· trends happening in a connected manufacturing world
· move to the edge, the role of IoT, AI, 5G and other emerging technologies
· ways to help your customers drive digital transformation
· the next generation OEM solutions that we modify, configure, test and optimize to fit your unique needs so that you and your customers can maintain a competitive “edge.”
Ron Pugh, VP Americas and Damian Murphy, Advisory SE, Dell EMC OEM/IoT. Mike Boudreaux, Connected Services Director, Emerson.
The implementation of Industry 4.0 can help industrial companies gain competitive advantage by leveraging new digital technologies across the full value chain. IDC has predicted that by 2020, 60% of the top manufacturers will rely on digital platforms that enhance their investments in ecosystems and experiences and support as much as 30% of their overall revenue. From leading edge process control and measurement to the factory floor, Dell EMC OEM & IoT is helping industrial companies innovate faster, optimize operations and create new revenue streams by leveraging customization and secure Tier 1 infrastructure, global support, world-class supply chain and broad partner ecosystem.
Join us to discover how Dell EMC OEM & IoT solutions can help you drive business value in the era of digital industrial revolution.
The 5 main challenges that industrial companies face in building solutions for the digital era
1.) How digital technologies are helping industrial companies grow revenue and optimize operations
2.) How industrial companies can benefit from Dell EMC OEM’s expertise and capabilities
3.) Use cases showing how our customers are gaining competitive advantage today by leveraging digital technologies:
4.) Ensuring automation and connectivity on the factory floor, in the oil field and at sea
5.) Transforming maintenance from reactive to predictive
Alan Brumley, CTO Dell EMC OEM Solutions & Scott Trapp, Architect -VMWare Embedded & Jeffrey Sullivan, Dell EMC OEM Solutions
Please join us for an in-depth conversation on how the blend of your IP, our Dell EMC hardware powered by Intel®, and VMware software means your solutions have better scalability, availability, security, efficiency and simplified lifecycle management.
VMware on Dell EMC OEM appliances allows your solution to run multiple operating systems on one physical machine. It adds fault and security isolation at the hardware level, and makes it easy to move and copy virtual machines. It also simplifies lifecycle management as there is an easier transition between hardware generation changes.
Additionally, VMware helps your solution to become cloud ready and relevant when your customer is looking for a hosted or cloud solution.
In the session we will be covering:
•Trends in the industry impacting OEMs today and what’s driving the need for virtualized appliances.
•Hear directly from Dell EMC OEM’s CTO and VMware’s embedded architects on how the inherent benefits of virtualization can help both the OEM’s solutions and their customers.
•How solution builders can leverage Dell EMC OEM for a turn-key combined solution that includes support and distribution globally.
We hope you’ll be able to join us for this informative and valuable session.
Quentin Esterhuizen, Sr Product Mgr, Storage & Josh Adkinson, Business Development Mgr - both of Dell EMC OEM Solutions Group
Cloud adoption continues to grow with an increasing number of customers choosing this operating model for their data, virtual machines and applications. The traditional appliance must evolve to provide a more cloud like experience for your customers who are experiencing a digital transformation.
In the session we will be covering:
*Overview of the two HCI strategies you can adopt
*Benefits of adopting a modern HCI architecture
*The Dell EMC OEM solutions approach
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