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Dell Earnings: 5 Things To Watch Around VMware, Storage, PCs

From its big bet on PowerStore to record PC sales, here are the five most important things to know about Dell Technologies upcoming fourth quarter financial earnings report.

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Dell Technologies Q4 Financial Earnings Preview

Dell Technologies will report its fourth fiscal quarter earnings results tomorrow that will answer many questions such as if Dell’s roaring PC business can offset potential losses in its bread-and-butter storage and server business as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt IT hardware spending.

The $92 billion infrastructure giant has yet to post any serious drops in total revenue since the COVID-19 pandemic first hit the U.S. nearly a year ago. During Dell Technologies’ previous third fiscal quarter, the company generated $23.48 billion in revenue, up 3 percent year over year, while net income was up 60 percent to $881 million.

Round Rock, Texas-based Dell is set to report its fourth fiscal quarter results to media and analysts at 5:30 p.m. ET on Feb. 25.

CRN breaks down the five most important things investors and Dell channel partners should watch for.

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