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Michael Dell’s 2021 Economic Outlook And Top 6 Tech Drivers

Dell Technologies CEO Michael Dell talks to CRN about his 2021 economic outlook, VMware integration ahead and the six major technology sales drivers next year.

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After successful co-engineered products like VxRail, what’s the next wave of VMware and Dell integration?

Our strategy has worked really well. We’re seeing substantial growth rates and continuing adoption of VxRail. I think because it’s the easy button to hybrid cloud. As I talk to customers, that’s certainly the overwhelming theme—they want hybrid cloud and multi-cloud. What we’ve also done is we put VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) in VxRail and of course that makes it super easy for customers to have consistent operations and infrastructure no matter where they decide to run their workloads. All of that has been very well received by customers. Clearly, Dell Technologies continues to be the industry leader in HCI [hyperconverged infrastructure] no matter how you count it.

We’re going to continue to enhance [VMware integration] with new edge offerings and new footprints as customers require a wide range of solutions from rugged edge solutions to scaling up their core data centers and beyond.

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