Dell recently highlighted its momentum in its client solutions (PC) business in which they reported its seventh consecutive quarter of year-over-year gains in global share and grew more in the third quarter than its top two U.S. competitors combined. IDC reported that Dell U.S. shipments grew 19.7 percent during the third calendar quarter of 2014.
“Our strong notebook performance in the U.S. and accompanying overall worldwide growth reflects the continued momentum we are seeing in the business and shows we’re providing the most secure, manageable and reliable products and solutions that our customers value,” said Jeff Clarke, Dell’s vice chairman, Operations, and president, Client Solutions. “And we have no intention of slowing down. You can expect us to maintain our strategy of investing in the PC business, with more additions to our portfolio to be announced next week at Dell World.”
Dell recently made following announcements regarding their commercial portfolio,
- As the leading provider of workstations in North America and the United Kingdom, Dell met customers’ insatiable need for more performance and productivity by being the first to introduce and ship higher performance workstations based on the latest processor and graphics technologies. Dell customers were able to take advantage of greater performance and scalability months ahead of companies relying on competitors for their technology.
- Extending our lead as the number one choice for thin clients worldwide, the new Wyse solutions announced in August were recognized among Network World’s “Hot Products at VMworld 2014”.
- Delivering the world’s most secure, manageable and reliable commercial PCs, Dell met the demand for flexible 2-in-1 products in the work environment with the innovative Latitude 13 7000 Series 2-in-1.
- Continuing our leadership as the number one choice for flat panel displays, the Dell UltraSharp 27 became the first monitor in the world to offer a resolution beyond Ultra HD. It has a stunningly crisp “5K” display with nearly 15 million pixels (5120 x 2880) and is designed to meet the needs of the most demanding professional environments.
- Pushing the cutting edge of technology, Michael Dell unveiled the world’s thinnest tablet (6mm) with the world’s best display (2560×1600 OLED) at the Intel Developer Forum in September.