• Microsoft delays Azure Stack, will sell it only through OEMs

    Waiting another six months for Microsoft's Azure Stack will be a hiccup to some IT shops, but narrowing their hardware choices for it will be far less welcomed.

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  • OEM (original equipment manufacturer)

    This confusing term has two meanings: Originally, an OEM (original equipment manufacturer) was a company that supplied equipment to other companies to resell or incorporate into another product using the reseller's brand name.

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  • How has gray market activity impacted your business?

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  • Tech OEMs: Gray market goods are a growing concern

    The gray market revisited: A KPMG report explores whether the sale of gray market products has decreased since 2008 when economic conditions proved conducive to unauthorized sales channels.

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  • EMC’s Burton: Lenovo servers, channel rep keys to EMC Lenovo OEM deal

    Needing a server partner to replace Dell, EMC was lured by Lenovo servers combined with its new OEM partner's channel reputation, presence in China.

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  • Server OEMs at risk as white box providers target cloud datacentres

    Server ODMs are targeting datacentres operated by IT giants such Amazon and Microsoft, threatening traditional server OEMs

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  • Dell strikes OEM deal with Nutanix to sell hyper-converged storage

    Dell's OEM deal with Nutanix will result in its selling hyper-converged software on PowerEdge servers. Dell also launched a low-end FC SAN.

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  • RapidMiner’s global partner program offers RapidMiner training

    This week, RapidMiner launched a partner program for system integrators, OEMs, VARs and Ambassadors; Arrow added Rackspace products to ArrowSphere; and more.

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  • What are the best OEM PC manufacturers?

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  • HGST aims Amplidata object storage at OEMs, cloud providers

    Western Digital's HGST division plans to pursue more OEM deals and launch turnkey object storage appliances with newly acquired Amplidata.

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