Dell EMC aims to simplify, speed up cloud infrastructure

| June 12, 2017

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What happens when two tech titans, each with their own strengths and challenges, merge together? All sorts of unforeseen complexities. One company’s business model may clash with its new partner’s, or their current projects fail to converge. However, with the emergence of Dell EMC this past year, the opposite is the case, according to Peter Cutts, senior vice president of hybrid cloud platforms, Converged Platforms and Solutions Division, at Dell EMC, Dell Technologies Inc.’s infrastructure group.

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