Dell Inc. has finalized its previously announced acquisition of Force 10 Networks Inc., a $200 million global technology provider of data center services with headquarters in San Jose, Calif.
Dell Inc. continues its shopping spree to expand its services offerings, announcing a definitive agreement to acquire Force10 Networks Inc., a provider of high-performance data center networking. Terms of the acquisition were not reported.
Three well-known government contractors have won five-year Defense Department contracts worth a total of $362 million for IT assistance for the Special Operations Command.
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The company is using acquisitions as a critical strategy for creating a more solutions-oriented business model.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission turns to Dell for outsourced IT services.
Bill Malone is now executive director of Dell Services Federal Government division and Caesar Nieves has been appointed Homeland Security client executive.
Dell Corp. will provide the Veterans Affairs Department with PCs, technology and services at more than 1,200 VA sites nationwide under a four-year, $476 million contract that will include approximately 600,000 PCs and monitors.
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Dell's focus on business and enterprise customers helps it outshine Hewlett-Packard.
Despite tight federal budgets during the next several years, Dell Computer Corp. will continue to acquire companies to further deepen its footprint as a government services provider. And it has $15 billion in cash to do so.
Dell said April 7 that it plans to spend $1 billion in cloud technology over its next fiscal year.