Published On: Tue, Oct 7th, 2014

Dell OEM Could Be the Future of Personal Computing

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Rob Enderle of Technewsworld compared Dell’s OEM unit to the Q Division in James Bond movies,  coming up with convenient devices and hidden weaponry in Bond’s Aston Martin. The Dell OEM division custom designs PCs and servers that fit specific client requirements. Last week, Dell sold a number of Solaris workstations to Siemens, which in turn is employing these solutions to beef up its own technology.

There is no end to what could result from these specialized computers. In the midst of an Ebola panic, it might be reassuring to know imagine a time when someone can step into a booth and be automatically given a medical checkup at an airport, although such solutions can’t seem to come fast enough.

Michael Dell, the company’s founder has been honored as entrepreneur in residence at the U.N an has been selected as the Global Advocate for Entrepreneurship. Since he built Dell from nothing, he knows quite a bit about developing an idea from scratch.

Enderle discussed a future, enabled by Dell OEM, when “your PC/tablet/smartphone is a module that you insert in something you 3-D print in your home, based on a design you created or licensed from the Web.” He added, “Dell could become the future of personal computing.”

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