Dell buys Gale Technologies, forms new Enterprise Systems and Solutions organizationBy Angel Cuala on Nov 16, 2012 in Business, Software, Technology, United States •
Dell Inc. announced this Friday, November 16, 2012, their acquisition of Gale Technologies, a software firm based in Santa Clara, California that provides infrastructure automation solution to organizations, allowing them to streamline the deployment of on-premise and hybrid clouds; along with the formation of their new unit.
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According to a press release by Dell on its official website that day, the Texas-based multinational computer technology corporation has agreed to buy Gale. Dell did not reveal the details of the deal, but noted that its acquisition will help accelerate the momentum of their converged infrastructure family, the Active System Manager.
In addition, a new division, the Enterprise Systems and Solutions organization, will be formed to design and deliver integrated enterprise IT solutions and fuel enterprise growth, as well as to extend Dell‘s growing enterprise momentum by focusing on optimizing infrastructure for enterprise workload solutions.
“Today, enterprises need solutions that enable operational benefits of speed, efficiency, and flexibility in the allocation and use of resources.” Marius Haas, president, Dell Enterprise Solutions Group, was quoted at Dell.com, adding that Gale Technologies integrates well with their Active Infrastructure family.
“We are excited to join the Dell team and contribute to the company’s transformation into an end-to-end IT solutions provider by extending the Active Infrastructure family of converged solutions.” Gale Technologies CEO Nariman Teymourian said, noting that the combination of the two companies will be a big help to IT organizations.
As noted by Dell, this new unit will be headed by the company’s Networking business vice president and general manager Dario Zamarian, who will be reporting to Marius Haas, president of Dell Enterprise Solutions Group. Tom Burns, president of the Enterprise Product Group, will take over his position.
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