Dell EMC Technologies
Tech Giant Dell Looks to Blockchain to Stay Competitive in Indian Server Market
September 12, 2019
Show all

Dell has Blockchain Ambitions to Driver Server Expansion in India

Dell EMC India

Dell to adopt Blockchain to expand its Server Market in India

Dell has come up with plans to invest and expand in emerging technologies like Blockchain to be on top in India’s server market. The news has emerged from Dell with its intention to be on top in India’s server market. Dell, the multibillion-dollar company has received multiple requests from its clients to adapt to modern server solutions as per Manish Gupta, senior director, and general manager of Dell EMC, India. As per Manish Gupta’s comments to Economic Times, Dell is looking into areas to introduce new products which can adapt to blockchain, AI, cloud, and analytics.

Dell EMC India has a huge client list comprising of local IT organizations, banks, financial organizations, insurance companies and government sectors which are taking interest in blockchain applications.

Blockchain has marched ahead from its use case of storing the transaction data of Bitcoin, first of its decentralized money with assurance to invent. Almost everyone from Startups, organizations, and government sectors are looking for ways to integrate into their everyday working model. The reason behind the readiness to embrace the technology is because of its simplicity, security and faster than any previous solutions.

Dell’s networking and server business model has earned the global revenue of $5.1 billion in second quarter of 2018 strongly believes blockchain can aid to retain its top position in Indian Server Market. The launch of new server PowerEdge MX which supports both traditional and emerging data center workloads inclusive of blockchain.

Though the PowerEdge servers look good on paper, it is yet to be seen how the new servers will fare with blockchain. As per the press statements from Dell EMC, PowerEdge MX’s is capable to build, combine, compute, storage and network and capable to handle workloads of the organizations with emerging technologies on AI, IoT, and software-defined storage and networking. Point to be noted here is there is no mention of blockchain.

The intent to adapt to blockchain in organizations and government sectors is good enough a sign to progress. The government sectors which normally is not open to cryptocurrencies has launched blockchain pilots for registration of land records and issuance of birth certificates.