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5 Reasons Why Dell Apex Beats Public Clouds: Jeff Clarke

‘We have built [Apex] to deliver the very model and the very set of capabilities that customers have received from the public cloud, yet give them all of the agility and the control that they desire to have without having to be forced to move data from on-premise to off-premise to control the things that they want,’ says Dell Technologies Chief Operating Officer and Vice Chairman Jeff Clarke.

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VMware Partnership Makes ‘Apex Even More Powerful’

Dell Technologies and VMware have been jointly creating market-leading solutions like VXRail for years. Although Dell is spinning off its 81-percent stake in VMware later this year, the two companies have agreed to a five-year commercial agreement to keep in-tact its joint go-to-market and innovation strategies, which includes Apex.

“We’re working with our VMware team of how we can integrate across both VMware and Dell more of our combined services and capabilities and offers to make Apex even more powerful for our customers,” said Clarke.

At Dell Technologies World 2021 this week, both top executives from VMware and Dell doubled down on their commitment to each over in the years ahead. Clarke said the “pipeline is rich” ahead for VMware and Dell around revenue growth, joint engineering and channel partner synergies.

“The pipeline is rich with future opportunities -- whether we look at what’s happening at the edge, whether we look at what’s happening with 5G and what could be built out in a private 5G network,” said Clarke. “The work that we’re doing together on the next generation data center and composability, our teams are deeply engaged on the next generation a wave of technologies. So there’s equal, if not more, opportunities with partners going forward than we demonstrated to date. I’m pretty excited about that.”


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