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.
Ken Mills, GM & CTO, Dell EMC Surveillance Solutions
Data lakes: a critical infrastructure building block for your surveillance solution
The video surveillance market continues to see robust growth, as new use cases and video surveillance vertical applications are emerging, creating a tremendous opportunity for Video Surveillance solution providers to deliver greater value for their customers.
From integrating surveillance data in building management systems to save on energy costs to crowd monitoring in retail to offer a better shopping experience, CCTV has lost its closed nature and is progressively integrated with other systems to generate collective business intelligence.
To store, manage, protect and analyze increasing volumes of CCTV data while having the ability to integrate with other applications requires to go beyond traditional storage architecture and adopt an open platform that can scale to support future growth.
This webinar will explore the benefits of adopting a data lake architecture for building surveillance solutions.
Join us to learn how Dell EMC Isilon scale-out NAS Powered by Intel® Xeon® processors can help you build the right architecture to minimize risks while planning for future growth and new applications deployment.
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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
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.
Tracy Troyer - VP, Product Group & Jared Wilson- Enterprise Product Mgr - both of Dell EMC OEM Solutions
Rugged, ready and right along with you. Built from the ground up for harsh environments, the rackable compact size and certifications in shock, vibe, dust, humidity, EMI and maritime mean the XR2 is agile. The de-branding and customization capabilities mean it’s versatile. So whoever you are and wherever you go, you can take rugged with you. Join us to learn how the Dell EMC OEM XR2 server powered by Intel Xeon SP processors gives you anytime, anywhere access to the data and insights you depend on to make work happen.
Oliver Philippou, Senior Analyst, IHS Markit. Ken Mills, GM & CTO, Dell EMC Surveillance. Kristin Bradfield, Sales Director
Video surveillance solution providers have the opportunity to deliver greater value for their customers by capitalizing on the Internet of Things (IoT) and enhanced connectivity. Combining video analytics and big data, real-time response procedures, and emergency response systems are just some examples of how solution capabilities can be enhanced through the IoT. However, it isn’t just about greater value for existing customers; there is also potential for new applications and an expanded base of users.
This webinar will explore how customers can go beyond traditional security and safety applications by connecting video surveillance to other systems while also leveraging advanced video analytics. This webcast will provide example use cases as well as guidelines for building surveillance solutions to minimize risks while planning for future growth and new applications deployment.
Jason Brown, Consultant, ScaleIO Product Marketing
Escape the cycle of complexity. Begin operating with ruthless efficiency.
Transforming the data center is a tough challenge, so a successful strategy must include a robust, flexible and scalable storage solution.
This webinar will explore how, by leveraging Dell EMC ScaleIO software-defined storage (SDS), you will be able to:
•Support infrastructure simplification
•Gain web-scale efficiency to dramatically cut costs and enable on-demand growth
•Deliver a perpetual life cycle by eliminating data migrations and providing rolling upgrades
•Easily keep pace with rapidly growing storage requirements
•Manage and protect massively large data sets with ease
ScaleIO supports a software centric go to market strategy. ScaleIO is easy to implement, scalable and has a rich API set for ease of use by developers, shortening time to market and product development times. Backed by the Dell EMC brand, ScaleIO is from a proven provider of storage solutions for mission critical applications with full support throughout.
KEY TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION:
•Key SDS industry trends
•ScaleIO use cases and customer examples
Ross Porter, Director, Isilon, Luka Topic, Sr. Sales Manager Isilon, Michael Gruber Sr. Systems Engineer, DellEMC OEM
With the new generation of Dell EMC Isilon storage, the #1 scale-out NAS platform in the industry, OEM customers will be able to support new, more demanding file applications and workloads; easily keep pace with rapidly growing storage requirements; manage and protect massively large data sets with ease; and gain new levels of efficiency to dramatically cut costs.
KEY TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION:
oDell EMC’s next generation of Isilon Scale out NAS Platforms
oScale out NAS architecture from the Edge to the core to the cloud
oKey industry trends and solution use cases
oIntegrated multi-protocol access and optimised for in place analytics
David Pennington, VP Global Sales & Jared Wilson, Entrerprise Product Manager Dell EMC OEM Solutions
Digital transformation is driving a need for OEMs to address key concerns — agility, scalability, flexibility, simplicity and automation. Dell EMC’s next generation of PowerEdge servers meets those concerns head-on with an end-to-end portfolio of scalable, virtualized, software-defined and converged solutions on a common server platform capable of running any application, from traditional to native cloud applications (NCA). With Dell EMC PowerEdge servers, you can build your vision of a digitally transformed infrastructure with secure, worry-free solutions.
Graham Porter: Surveillance & Security, Dell EMC. Tony Burns: Director, Pelco
The video surveillance market continues to see robust growth, with organizations and governments requiring to deter, protect, prosecute and predict with their CCTV systems.
Body cameras, as an example are starting to be widely implemented, from places of work with signs ‘it is against the law to insult a staff member’ to police officers roaming the street. Independent studies prove that body worn cameras will reduce complaints, reduce the need for the use of force, and provide incontrovertible evidentiary video - Cameras change behaviour.
Pelco & Dell EMCs skill-set and qualifications are helping many customers in the Video Surveillance space, centralize data from hundreds to thousands of cameras, static, body-worn or vehicle mounted.
Join the webcast to learn;
- Video Surveillance Market
- Customer concerns with technology migration
- How Pelco & Dell EMC solutions are solving Customer requirements
- Customer Success Stories
Gain the ability to simply Store, Manage, Protect & Analysis petabytes of CCTV data
This webinar will explore how Digital transformation impacts the Vertical Solution Providers (VSP) business models and provide some guidance on how they can navigate this change and emerge as a leader in their respective markets
Chris Lenzsch, Big Data Analytics & IoT Dell EMC. Alex de Sousa, IT Manager Statoil. Luis Vye, Senior Analyst, Upstream
With an estimated global value of $31 billion by 2020, the digital oilfield is the oil & gas industry’s hotbed of innovation.
This free webinar will bring you insight from industry leaders Dell and Statoil on how they are driving down costs and increasing production levels by harnessing data driven strategies.
Alan Brumley, CTO Dell EMC - David Pennington, VP Dell EMC - Clifford Grossner IHS research director
While digital transformation has led manufacturers to incorporate sensors and software analytics into their offerings, the same innovation has also brought pressure to offer clients more accommodating appliance deployment options. Case studies and other examples will show how to select the appropriate appliance architecture.
For design and dev teams that prioritize performance and CX
From industrial automation and telecom to healthcare and digital security, this channel is dedicated on helping Vertical Service providers better understand digital transformation's benefits and challenges, and turn innovative ideas into market-ready solutions.
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