Dell eyes new technologies in $60bn push

Dell founder Michael Dell has outlined the products and services he believes will help his company grow into a $60bn giant.

In an exclusive interview with vnunet.com, Dell said that wireless, storage and services will all provide fertile ground for growth over the next few years.

Asked whether Dell would become a $60bn operation he replied: "We've set that as a goal for the company. We were a $30bn company and this year we will be $40bn or $41bn and we are well on track.

"I think our growth will come disproportionately from some of the newer areas - servers and storage, services, software and peripherals."

In the UK alone, Dell's storage business has leapt 98 per cent over the past quarter, 50 per cent for the storage business overall. The services business, he added, is growing twice as fast as its systems business.

News source: vnunet.com

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