Dell and Red Hat Produce Hardware/Software Solutions for IT ManufacturersAvaya
Dell recently announced it will collaborate with Red Hat, Inc. to produce Dell and Red Hat (News – Alert) hardware/software solutions for IT manufacturers on an international scale. The project will allow manufacturers to customize the PowerEdge and Precision platforms of Dell (News – Alert) and use the reliability and performance of Red Hat’s offerings.
The Dell OEM Solutions focus on providing fast time-to-market and considerable cost reductions for its users. The group recently announced the Dell OEM (News – Alert) Partner Program and will provide integrated, flexible systems based on the JBoss Middleware and Enterprise Linux solutions of Red Hat.
“This newly announced extension of our successful ten-year collaboration means that Dell and Red Hat today can serve the most demanding builders of technology solutions,” said Dion Cornett, VP of Strategic Alliances at Red Hat. “Appliance and application vendors leveraging the trusted brands and proven solutions of Dell and Red Hat, integrated into a cohesive and readily consumable offering, will enjoy compelling value.”
The OEM Partner Program of Dell serves as a one-stop shop for manufacturers. It is highly customizable and organized into both OEM Solution and OEM Channel Partners with different levels and types of partnerships.
The Red Hat and/or Dell program will offer a blend of capabilities to manufacturers including high level of branding and products customization, regulatory compliance and certification of the product, close collaboration with vital suppliers, deep technical resources, products with extended-life and locked down hardware configurations and cost efficient best-of-breed technologies.
Dell focuses on providing innovative technology and services for customers. The Dell OEM Solutions customers balance execution and innovation with industry-standard hardware, global services and support capabilities, and dedicated OEM resources. The company assists its OEM customers run operations in a more efficient manner and increases their time to profit ratio.
Edited by Braden Becker