According to the official announcement by the company, Dell EMC which is a subsidiary tothe computermanufacturerDell,proclaimed recentlyon thisweekdaythatit’splaning to support thenew emergingtechnologiesthat would include AI, blockchain technology,Informationanalytics along with cloud-compliance.
As per a news report by ‘Economic Times,’ inspecific the firm hopesto take care ofits positionwithin theserver market by adopting new tools.
A senior director of the Infrastructure SolutionsclusteratDellEMCIndia ‘Manish Gupta’, while in an interview aforementioned that the interest from the company’sprimeclientsin blockchainleadedthem to adopt this new technology.DellEMC isactively looking into new technologiesto assistitsclientsto manageeachtraditionaland new age workloads while working on the same Dell server.
According to the report, Dell EMC’sclients mainly constitutenativeITcompanies, banks,monetaryalong with several investmentcorporations.
However,the necessityto keepup with itsclients, the IndianExpress (News Source)mentionedthat a study byDellTechnologies Digital Transformation Index, showed that more than 35% of Indian businessesare committed to invest in the blockchain technology while around 31%in quantum computing followed by 42%invirtual realitytechnologies over the fewsucceedingyears.
Dell EMC COO ‘DmitriChen’indicated thatthe corporateisthushoping to piggyback on the growing interest, noting thatIndiaisprogressivelymoving towarddigitisation adoption.
Adding further he said:
“India is shifting towards … transformationquickerthanthe rest of the globedue tothe country’s digital agendaand therefore thepresence of aextremelyskilled savvy workforce. Hence, we’reinvestinga lot more time thinking, talkingconcerningIndiaandspendingtimewithin the country.”
Notably,DellEMCisn’tthe soleDellsubsidiarywilling to enterinto the blockchain technology.sector. Cloud computingand virtualization corporation ‘VMware’ recently proclaimed[Project Concord] earlier this year as its free effort to combat scaling and energy efficiencyproblems.