Dell Inc. will hold an enterprise forum from June 4-6 to connect its customers and partners with the company’s executives and subject matter experts for an interactive learning experience, according to a company statement.
The Dell enterprise forum at San Jose Convention Center, Calif. covers key data center components, including Dell’s active system converged infrastructures, PowerEdge rack, tower and blade servers, networking and data storage.
Marius Haas, president of enterprise solutions group at Dell, said the conference would allow attendees to spend time with the company’s enterprise team and take a glimpse at its offerings which help businesses improve on efficiency.
The forum will expose participants to Dell keynotes, super sessions, technical breakouts, roadmap sessions and hands-on labs featuring the company’s data center solutions, as well as networking with peers to share knowledge and expertise.
Participants and Dell’s top engineers will also tackle key trends in information technology, including cloud computing, mobility and data insights.
“We consider ourselves an end-to-end Dell shop,” said Pete Koehler, IT manager and virtualization architect at Tecplot Inc.
“The ability to speak one-on-one with product planners and other key individuals has been invaluable and helped with my short and long-term strategic decision making,” he added.
The forum includes 100 technical sessions, including the one intended for power users, and fresh super sessions to delve deeper into Dell’s server, storage, networking and converged infrastructure portfolio.
Meanwhile, breakouts will provide participants with tips, best practices and architectural design of Dell hardware, software and services.
Attendees can take part in all technical sessions, as well as varied queue of sales and business content in super sessions.
The enterprise forum builds on the previously held Dell storage forums that served as its cornerstone technical conference, the company said.