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Dell’s Jeff Clarke On ‘Driving’ More VMware Integrations And Innovation

Dell Technologies vice chairman Jeff Clarke talks to CRN about driving collaboration with ‘VMware and the other Dell Technologies brands and continuing to build more tightly coupled, tightly integrated solutions for our customers.’

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Jeff Clarke On Building ‘More Tightly Coupled, Tightly Integrated Solutions’

Dell Technologies vice chairman Jeff Clarke says technology integrations between the seven brands of the $91 billion infrastructure giant will only accelerate going forward.

“What I’m going to do is continue the journey that I’ve talked publicly for the past year and a half of driving broader levels of integration and innovation across the Dell Technologies estate, while driving our collaboration with our colleagues at VMware and the other Dell Technologies brands and continuing to build more tightly coupled, tightly integrated solutions for our customers so we can drive differentiated advantages at the Dell Technologies level,” said Clarke, vice chairman, Products and Operations, in an interview with CRN.

Clarke, known as Dell Technologies CEO and founder Michael Dell’s right-hand man, leads the Round Rock, Texas-based company’s global supply chain and its products organizations including its Infrastructure Solution Group (ISG) and Client Solutions Group.

In a recent interview with CRN, Clarke talks about fostering more integration across Dell Technologies and the recent appoint of Jeff Boudreau as the new president of ISG, which includes server, storage, networking and hyper-converged infrastructure.

 
 
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