The development will promote the adoption of advanced technologies such as the Internet of Things, Industrial Internet of Things, edge computing, and robotics across industries such as agriculture, e-commerce, healthcare, education and pharmaceuticals, according to Manish Gupta, Vice President (Vice President) of Infrastructure. Solutions Group, Dell Technologies India.
“As organizations look to bring more and more of their applications to the public cloud, they will also need enterprise-grade solutions and services for workloads that integrate with their on-premises infrastructure packages,” Gupta told IANS.
The convergence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) with IoT and Industry 4.0 will reduce manufacturing costs and improve quality and returns.
He stressed that “data analytics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning (ML) will penetrate new market segments and enable better data-driven decisions for businesses leading to more accurate and predictive analytics in real time.”
With 5G technology set to become a reality soon, Indian Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), focused on driving revenue growth and reluctant to invest in IT infrastructure solutions initially, will require a flexible journey to the cloud.
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“MSMEs require flexibility to manage workloads – upgrading their existing IT infrastructure by increasing their capabilities to manage future workloads will give them an edge over the competition, provide exemplary customer services and strengthen their relationships with partners in the era of digital transformation,” said Gupta. Ian.
“With our broad portfolio of solutions, the right server, storage, cloud, and cybersecurity solutions will help shape the future of small and medium-sized businesses, transforming them into profitable organizations that take action based on cutting-edge insights, mapping progress across the market,” said the company’s CEO.
Dell Technologies has introduced software-driven storage innovations that provide insights, security, and increased productivity for Indian businesses.
These developments will give companies a secure and resilient environment to extract important insights for growth in the digital age, according to Gupta.
“Our infrastructure solutions are designed to integrate IT operations and reduce the complexities of business. This is one of the reasons why we have been industrially leading in the country in the server sector for three consecutive quarters, with our revenue exceeding 40 per cent in the Indian servers market,” Gupta told IANS.