Posts Tagged ‘Dell’
Dell is the largest IT vendor accepting Bitcoin as payment for goods and services, and is increasing the volume of sales using the virtual currency. Could Bitcoin become the new currency of the channel? There’s some logic behind it, as well as pitfalls.
The U.S. government signed off on the IBM sale of its x86 server unit to Lenovo last week. Now, the real fun begins as Lenovo absorbs thousands of employees and customers, and competitors try to capitalize on the transition.
The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States notified the two companies late Friday that it had given the deal the green light after finding no significant national security implications in the divestiture.
Eponymous vendor chief invests multi-million pound sum in VMS specialist
Michael Schelbert to lead sales across western states
Dell founder discusses life post privatization and what the company means to him
The $2.3 billion deal for IBM to sell its x86 server unit to Lenovo continues to slog through U.S. regulatory reviews, as government officials are concern about national security implications. The key to getting the deal done will likely come down to maintenance arrangements.
The Surface 3 tablet-laptop hybrid went on sale over the weekend, marking Microsoft’s official entry into competitor status with its OEM and reseller partners. And the competition levels are only going to get more intense.