Dell Launches Dell Enterprise Forum

  Dell Launches Dell Enterprise Forum

  *Event spans Dell’s leading, end-to-end enterprise portfolio, including a
    broad set of solutions to address convergence, data center transformation
    and data insights
  *Interactive learning experience, designed specifically for technical
    users, includes keynotes, super sessions, more than 100 breakouts,
    hands-on labs, and open access to Dell’s top engineers and architects
  *Dell developed this evolved conference based on attendee feedback from
    past Dell Storage Forums, the company’s cornerstone technical conference,
    to include deep dives into Dell’s broader data center capabilities,
    covering hardware, software and services

Dell Enterprise Forum 2013

Business Wire

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- March 27, 2013

Dell will host its Dell Enterprise Forum at the San Jose Convention Center on
June 4-6, 2013. The event will offer Dell customers and partners open access
to the most influential executives, engineers and architects developing Dell’s
end-to-end IT infrastructure. Attendees will take part in keynotes, featuring
Dell’s end-to-end data center approach, technology-specific super sessions,
technical breakouts, roadmap sessions, “speak with a geek” opportunities, and
hands-on labs showcasing the latest Dell data center offerings.

“The creation of Dell Enterprise Forum is a natural evolution and a direct
result of customer feedback as Dell quickly grows its enterprise footprint and
becomes a critical data center partner to companies worldwide,” said Marius
Haas, president of enterprise solutions group at Dell. “The conference will
give customers and partners a chance to spend time with Dell’s enterprise team
and get an in-depth look at our broad capabilities that drive improved
efficiencies in their businesses today while providing a view into the future
with our portfolio.”

Dell Enterprise Forum is a progression of the company’s previously successful
Dell Storage Forums. Dell Storage Forum served as the company’s cornerstone
technical conference, and its charter has been expanded to be inclusive of all
of Dell’s infrastructure capabilities. The conference will include deep dives
into key data center building blocks, such as Dell Active System converged
infrastructures to address specific workloads, Dell PowerEdge rack, tower and
blade servers that provide leading performance and scalability, Dell
networking as the intelligent backbone for in-center communications for data
centers, and Dell storage as a flexible, easy-to-manage and secure data
repository.

Dell continues to offer innovative technology to balance price and performance
with a scalable design point, helping IT organizations of all sizes easily
grow alongside their businesses. Dell Enterprise Forum will offer insights
into how Dell helps organizations attain their desired business outcomes with
technology that works better together to achieve its full potential.

“We consider ourselves an end-to-end Dell shop,” said Pete Koehler, IT manager
and virtualization architect at Tecplot Inc. “That’s why I am particularly
excited about this newly expanded, technical event. With just one trip, I get
an overview of Dell’s data center solution plans and my technical questions
answered by experts who know the technology inside and out. As a past Dell
Storage Forum attendee, I value the quality of information I get time and time
again. The ability to speak one-on-one with product planners and other key
individuals has been invaluable and helped with my short and long-term
strategic decision making. This conference continues to be on my ‘must go to’
list.”

Attendees will have the opportunity to network with peers to share knowledge
and expertise. They will also interact directly with top engineers and subject
matter experts from Dell’s worldwide development centers on key IT trends
organizations face today, including IT convergence, cloud, mobility, and data
insights. Customers and channel partners create their own agenda, focused on
technology areas with 10 core technical tracks and over 100 technical
sessions, including advanced sessions for the power user, spanning Dell’s
server, storage, networking, and converged infrastructure portfolio. Newly
added super sessions will offer a closer look at the latest advancements
within servers, storage, networking, and converged solutions. Breakouts will
include demos and an in-depth look at helpful tips, best practices and
architectural design of optimal solutions, including hardware, software and
services.

Channel partners can attend all technology sessions, as well as a varied
line-up of sales and business content within a channel track and
channel-focused super session. Both channel partners and customers have three
full conference days to obtain the technical content they need, with the
flexibility to attend various sessions best suited to their individual needs.

“As a past participant in Dell Storage Forum, I am very excited to see the
change to Dell Enterprise Forum,” said Scott Winslow, president and founder of
Winslow Technology Group, a Dell Premier PartnerDirect solutions provider.
“This will allow Dell to showcase its end-to-end enterprise solutions and
customers to better understand all Dell is offering, not only in storage, but
in servers, networking, security, software, cloud, backup and restore, and
more. To have all of these resources, and all of this information, available
under one roof, for three days, is a fantastic opportunity for end users and
partners alike. We are sending seven individuals on our team from Boston to
San Jose, and we are very excited to be participating.”

Registration for Dell Enterprise Forum in San Jose is now open.

Additional Information:

  *Blog: Optimize your enterprise at Dell Enterprise Forum
  *Video: Why customers attend Dell Storage Forum
  *Dell Enterprise Forum
  *Dell Enterprise Forum on Twitter
  *Dell Enterprise Forum on Facebook

About Dell

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technology and services that give them the power to do more. For more
information, visit www.dell.com.

Dell Enterprise Forum

Join us at Dell Enterprise Forum, the premier technical event for the Dell
data center community. End users and channel partners will learn how to
optimize Dell enterprise environments from servers to storage to cloud. Learn
more at www.DellEnterpriseForum.com or follow #DellEF on Twitter.

Dell, Dell Enterprise Forum, Dell Storage Forum, PowerEdge, Active Systems,
Compellent, EqualLogic and PowerVault are trademarks of Dell Inc. Dell
disclaims any proprietary interest in the marks and names of others.

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