Dell has announced its first cloud and services solutions, which will be available as a free upgrade to existing customers.
The company, which is owned by the tech giant Intel, has also announced that it will make its new servers available as an upgrade.
The new Dell Vista servers will come with Intel Xeon E5-2690v3 processors, 64GB RAM, 2TB hard disk and up to 128GB SSD storage.
The servers will also come with two USB 3.0 ports and four Gigabit Ethernet ports, and will have support for 802.11ac wireless networking.
“The Vista platform delivers the flexibility to enable a broad range of IT services in a cloud-first environment,” said Jim Renshaw, vice president of corporate solutions at Dell.
“This new cloud and cloud services offer the power to deliver new cloud-enabled experiences to millions of IT professionals, enabling them to run their businesses more efficiently and more effectively.”
“We have been working closely with Intel to deliver these new cloud services to our customers,” said Renshawn.
“We are confident that these new services will help drive continued growth of Dell’s cloud computing business, which employs more than 10 million people worldwide.”
Dell Vista is the most advanced and flexible cloud-class cloud offering in the world,” added Robert Gagnon, vice chairman of the company’s corporate solutions group.”
The Dell Vists are also available in the US for $999.99.”
They will be able to take advantage of these new technologies and services to make a seamless transition to Dell Vistas cloud solutions.”
The Dell Vists are also available in the US for $999.99.