Dell EMC breaks silence on IoT edge with slew of announcements; analysts weigh in

| November 22, 2017

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Since Dell Technologies Inc. and EMC Corp. stacked their bulky portfolios together to officially become Dell EMC last year, the newly merged company has sold the notion that bigger is better. In its end-to-end marketing message, however, a strategy for rapidly growing “internet of things” edge devices was MIA until recent announcements at the Best of Breed Conference in Atlanta, including a new internet of things division and partner program. Better late than never but can Dell EMC catch up to the internet of things edge runaway train?

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