According to a Dell statement, "Dell plans to grow EqualLogic's successful
channel-partner programs with current and future EqualLogic-branded products,
and also plans to incorporate EqualLogic technology into future generations
of its Dell PowerVault storage line available through the channel and direct
Meanwhile, if you thought Dell would be satisfied with its recent radical transformation
from a mostly direct business model to a mixed model with about 10,000 retail
outlets via partnerships with Wal-Mart, Staples, Carphone Warehouse, Bic Camera
and Gome...think again. During the EqualLogic call, Michael Dell said, "Six
months ago, I think we had zero stores where you could buy Dell product, and
now we have about 10,000 stores. Just stay tuned for additional announcements."
Dell also said he'll keep offering Windows XP until customers don't want it
The main story on EqualLogic with some of the other tidbits is here.
Posted by Scott Bekker on November 06, 2007 at 11:57 AM
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