We've just been made aware of Dell's commercial December showcase thanks to Techarp forums, showing us all of the latest corporate and consumer offerings that the large-scale company will release in the near future.
The main products covered in this showcase include Dell's Venue tablets, their PowerEdge FX, updated Dell monitors and new product pricing and availability across the range. Dell have been one of the major players in the corporate structure for many years now, alongside other big names such as HP, IBM and Lenovo.
This showcase took place on the 3rd of December at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, seeing multiple topics covered. Firstly was a report on their revolutionary next-generation converted architecture. Claimed to feature a highly modular design, this method is designed to remove the need for SAN storage with the point to this being much better performance capabilities due to the storage being located locally to the server, removing any bottlenecks over your network infrastructure.
Dell's official statement reads:
"Today's data center is evolving and businesses are facing pressures to support existing application requirements while using IT in new and exciting ways - all within financial constraints. Typically, customers must choose between a variety of system architectures, including best-of-breed hardware and current converged infrastructure, as the base of their data center operations. The next-generation Dell PowerEdge FX architecture is Dell's revolutionary approach to converged infrastructure with one common modular and scalable platform with servers, storage and networking integrated to help customers better manage, scale and budget for infrastructure to meet business needs. "
Dell also covered their new Venue tablets, seeing their Venue 11 Pro looking exactly like a normal 11" notebook. Supporting windows 8.1, these new offerings from Dell don't look like revolutionary or too cutting-edge, however their Venue 11 Pro 7000 series claims an 8-10 hour battery life which is handy.
Lastly, their 5K displays were covered. Announcing their Dell UltraSharp 27 Ultra HD 5K monitor, offering the first to-market product running at HD 5K resolution. The stunning 4120 x 2880 resolution monitor also incorporates anti-smudge and anti-reflective edge-to-edge glass, said to help provide true-to-life color accuracy and pristine picture quality to the user. Alongside this, this device offers six USB ports and one media card reader installed from factory.
If you're interested in seeing more in-depth analysis and images of Dells upcoming products, please feel free to do so through Techarp's forums.