Infotech Lead Asia: Dell has set up its Enterprise Systems & Solutions organization.
The new division will focus on the delivery of converged and enterprise workload topologies and solutions in alignment with Dell’s Enterprise vision.
Dell Enterprise Solutions and Services revenue grew 3 percent year over year to $4.8 billion in the third quarter.
The new group extends Dell’s growing enterprise momentum by focusing on optimizing infrastructure for enterprise applications and complex workloads to help customers achieve increased IT agility while balancing capital costs.
Dell’s new organization will be led by vice president and general manager Dario Zamarian, who previously headed Dell’s Networking business as vice president and general manager. Zamarian will report to Marius Haas, president, Dell Enterprise Solutions Group.
The Enterprise Systems and Solutions organization will accelerate Dell’s ability to design solutions that enable complex topologies to be deployed more rapidly by customers.
“As customers increasingly move to fully-integrated solutions, we are favorably positioned to capitalize on these trends with industry-leading server, storage, networking, and software assets coupled together as end-to-end systems,” said Dario Zamarian, vice president and general manager, Dell Enterprise Systems & Solutions.
As Zamarian moves to his new role, Tom Burns joins Dell as vice president and general manager, Dell Networking, reporting to Haas.
Burns comes to Dell from Alcatel-Lucent where he was most recently the president of the Enterprise and Strategic Industries Business Group.
Prior to this position, Burns was president of the Enterprise Product Group, responsible for product strategy and all sales and marketing activities for the company’s enterprise business which included, voice, unified communications and networking and security solutions.