Dell Provides West Point Cadets with Technology, Storage Solutions

The United States Military Academy at West Point has chosen Dell to provide its 10th consecutive issue of personal-computing solutions to incoming cadets, continuing a relationship that underscores the tech company’s commitment to support learning in higher education through technology

West Point’s Class of 2014 represents the 10th consecutive class Dell was selected to support through the delivery of quality education through technology. Each class member will receive a Dell laptop and a Dell flat panel monitor.

In addition to personal computers, Dell provides West Point with storage solutions, printers and accessories.

“Providing our nation’s military and educational institutions innovative and progressive technology solutions is a privilege,” said Joe Ayers, area vice president and general manager, Dell Defense. “We are honored to support today’s West Point Cadets and tomorrow’s leaders.”

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