The deal with AMDDell officially announced it will release next month new desktop workstations named Dimension, which will work on AMD's processors, and will also showcase a two-socket and multi-processor server using AMD Opteron processors by the end of the year.
During the current quarter, the company launched its brand new service for enterprise customers, which enables all clients to compare critical IT performance metrics to historical results. By using Platinum Plus, clients can also make use of the Real-Time Tracking Window using Google Earth to view around-the-world, real-time status of service progress.
Another achievement of the company is the Best Buy award received from Consumer Reports for its well-known Inspiron E1505. Furthermore, the E1505 and the XPS M1210 were both selected as Top 10 Back to School Systems by Laptop magazine. "During the quarter, the company introduced new ninth generation (9G) PowerEdge servers with Intel's latest Xeon 5100 series processors. These systems deliver a 152 percent performance increase over the previous generation and can lower power consumption by up to 25 percent. Dell is enthusiastic about Intel's recent launches of the Core 2 Duo for desktops and Xeon 5100 Series processors for servers and workstations, and the upcoming Merom processor notebooks, which help Dell provide great technology for its customers. Dell's partnerships with AMD and Intel will greatly enhance its ability to end the year with the broadest and best product line in its history," it is written in the press release.
Total enterprise storage revenue is up 36 %, as the company launched new Dell/EMC CX midrange storage systems and other two Network Attached Storage (NAS) storage servers designed on its 9G server platform.