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Dell Technologies World 2021: 6 Biggest Product Launches

From a new edge reference architecture and Apex to a new partnership with Equinix, here are the eight biggest announcements today at Dell Technologies World 2021.

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Dell Partners With Equinix To Drive Apex Colocation

At Dell Technologies World, Dell announced an expanded collaboration with global colocation data center giant Equinix to broaden the availability of Apex.

“Equinix is the world’s largest data center colocation provider for customers who want more location optionality for Apex services,” said Dell’s Mehrotra. “We’re hearing from our customers as well as others that they don’t want to manage their own data center, but they don’t want to also deal with the trade-offs of going to a public cloud. Equinix gives them that third option. With our Apex Data Storge Services, they’ll be able to pick this as an option.”

With Dell infrastructure and Platform Equinix along with the company’s International Business Exchange data centers, organizations can meet unpredictable IT and storage requirements more efficiently. Dell said businesses will have access to “near infinite scaling” of storage resources in Equinix data centers.

Equinix has more than 220 data centers across five continents and an ecosystem of more than 10,000 companies.

“The relationship with Equinix is a pretty powerful one,” said Michael Norring, CEO and President of GCSIT, a Seattle-based Platinum Dell partner. “Because data centers require space. A lot of customers don’t have the space to naturally grow their data centers. I really like that concept. That’s a powerful statement for Dell.”

 
 
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