1About As California As You Can Get
2Always the Genial Host
CEO, chairman and founder Michael Dell said that were here because of the skills and talents of a great workforce that is willing to take risks to drive the new developments in our business around networking, cloud computing, security, the data center, mobility, software development—all the areas that Dell is focused on.
3Santa Clara Mayor and the Governor
In welcoming Dell to his city, Mayor Jamie Matthews (at right) said that “back in the 1850s here in California, the people who made money weren’t the people searching for gold. The people who made money were those who found a way to support those searching for gold. Dell now personifies that smart business thinking.”??Ã Gov. Jerry Brown (left) told the audience that “what is needed in this economy today is investment, boldness and risk-taking, and I think the whole Dell company expresses that.”
4Cutting the Ribbon
Carrying out the venerable U.S. tradition of cutting a ribbon to open a new location, whether it’s a barber shop or an IT company, from left to right: California Gov. Jerry Brown, Michael Dell, Santa Clara Mayor Jamie Matthews, Dell Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Karen Quintos and Dell Vice President of Networking Dario Zamarian.
5Plenty of Room for Expansion
6Scalent Systems Moves Into New Quarters
Scalent, which Dell acquired in 2010, has moved into the new complex. The company provides shortcuts intended to make data center infrastructure easier and more efficient to operate. Its former CEO, Ben Linder, now has moved on within Dell to become the corporation’s new executive director of Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing, a new business unit.
7Ocarina Networks Brings in Its Talent Pool
Staff members from another 2010 acquisition, Ocarina, will be situated on the new Dell campus. Ocarina brings second-generation deduplication capability to bundle inside Dell’s EqualLogic storage product line, which is aimed primarily at unstructured data in midrange enterprise-size data centers. Ocarina’s open-standards software includes compression.
8Zing Go the Strings of Dells Heart
9Finally, Everdream Also Moves In
10New Neighbor to Marvell Technologies
The new Dell campus sits next door to the headquarters of Marvell Technology Group, which for many years was the site of 3Com—creator of the Ethernet networking protocol.