Michael Dell Commits To Future Of IoT, Reveals New Dell IoT Division
IT World Canada
New York – Dell Technologies is going all in on the Internet of Things, announcing the creation of a Dell Technologies IoT Division that will encompass IoT solutions across its entire portfolio. This includes products like Dell Edge Gateways and solutions like VMware’s Pulse IoT Control Center.
Michael Dell, CEO and founder of Dell Technologies, opened the company’s IQT Day event in New York with a simple statement. “It’s the internet of things, and ultimately it will be the internet of everything,” Dell said.
This means that the the Dell IoT Division is the first division to encompass the full breadth of what makes up the Dell Technologies family. This includes Dell, Dell EMC, Pivotal, RSA, Secureworks, Virtustream, and VMware.
Here are the technologies from the Dell Technologies family that will be apart of this new division:
· Dell provides the hardware in the Edge Gateways;
· Those Edge Gateways are then secured and managed via the VMware Pulse IoT Control Center;
· PowerEdge C-Series Servers from Dell EMC have been enhanced for batch training and machine learning as part of the distributed core. Dell EMC Isilon and Elastic Cloud Storage provides file and object storage for data and enables analytics through HDFS;
· Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) and Pivotal Container Service (PKS) provides a platform for developing new cloud-based analytics applications;
· Virtustream’s PCF Service provides a managed Pivotal PCF Service that simplifies the deployment and operation of mission-critical cloud architected workloads in Virtustream Enterprise Cloud. Virtustream Storage Cloud is then available for off-premises cloud object storage;
· And lastly, Dell Boomi connects relevant data to enhance cloud-based analytics and deep learning.