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The 10 Top Dell Technologies News Stories Of 2021 (So Far)

From CEO Michael Dell spreading his entrepreneurial wings to Apex and Dell’s spin-off of VMware, here are the top 10 Dell Technologies news stories of 2021.

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The Biggest Dell Stories Of 2021

Dell Technologies is transforming itself faster than ever before with a focus on evolving its sales motion and product portfolio with Apex while selling or spinning-off key businesses such as VMware and Boomi.

The $94 billion Round Rock, Texas-based PC and infrastructure giant is coming off its record-breaking fiscal year 2021 as Dell generated $94.2 billion in revenue, driven by soaring PCs sales that hit a record of $48.4 billion.

Dell isn’t slowing down its massive growth rate this year either. In its first fiscal quarter 2022, which ended April 30, the company generated a total of nearly $24.5 billion in revenue, representing a 12 percent year over year. The growth was fueled by several strategic moves Dell is making as it transforms itself to meet the IT needs of today’s data-driven and hybrid cloud world.

From CEO Michael Dell spreading his entrepreneurial wings and the hiring of Dell’s first-ever co-COO, to a massive PowerEdge server launch and the official launch of Apex, here are the ten most important news stories from Dell Technologies in 2021 that you should know about.

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