The Open Compute Project helps data centers save energy and increase efficiency

By L.A. Lorek Data centers gobble up energy. But some of the smartest minds in the information technology industry want to change that. They are meeting in San Antonio today and tomorrow to rethink the old ways of putting together servers, power and cooling units and the rest of the guts of data centers to […]

UT Entrepreneurship Week features startups and tech veterans

In 1984, Michael Dell started his computer company in a dorm room at the University of Texas and now he is one of the world’s richest men and runs Austin’s largest company. Since then, hundreds of entrepreneurs have launched ventures while at the university or upon graduating. To put the spotlight on entrepreneurship, a group […]

Dell ranks first worldwide in healthcare services

Dell is number one worldwide in Healthcare technology solutions. Dell partners with other companies like Citrix, VMWare and others to provide complete technology packages to hospitals, clinics, doctor’s offices and other healthcare providers. The company offers electronic medical records, medical archiving and mobile clinical computing. Employees with the Dell healthcare division donned blue scrub outfits […]

Dell promotes the connected classroom at Dell World

Dell is one of the top suppliers of technology to schools. In the past few years, Dell has worked to provide schools with total technology packages in what it dubs the “connected classroom,” says Snow White, (yes, that’s her real name) a former elementary school teacher who works in Dell’s education technology division. She demonstrated […]

Dell provides solutions to law enforcement officials

During his keynote address at Dell World Thursday, Michael Dell proclaimed that Dell is no longer just a PC company. It is a global solutions provider. In fact, Dell employs 40,000 people worldwide in the solutions area. And Dell displayed many of its areas of solution expertise on the expo floor Thursday with Dell employees […]

The PC market is growing, says Michael Dell at Dell World

The PC market is alive and well. “We don’t see PCs going away at all,” Michael Dell said Wednesday afternoon, during a question and answer session at a Dell World press and analysts event in Austin. “There are a billion and a half PCs in the world and that seems to me like a pretty […]