Dell Technologies Inc   (DELL)
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    Sector  Technology    Industry Computer Hardware
   Industry Computer Hardware
   Sector  Technology


What are Dell Technologies Inc's Business Segments?


Dell designs, develops, manufactures, markets, sells, and supports a wide range of computer systems that are customized to customer requirements. These include enterprise systems (servers, storage, networking products, and workstations), client systems (notebook and desktop computer systems), printing and imaging systems, and software and peripherals.

Servers. Dell’s standards-based PowerEdgeTM line of servers is designed to provide customers affordable performance, reliability, and scalability. Options include high performance rack and tower servers for enterprise customers and aggressively priced tower and appliance servers for small organizations and networks. Dell ranks number one in the U.S. and number two worldwide in shipments of x86 servers (based on standard Intel architecture).

Storage. Dell/ EMCTM and Dell’s PowerVaultTM lines of storage products offer customers a comprehensive portfolio of cost-effective hardware and software solutions to protect customer data. Dell offers external storage, tape backup products, network attached storage, fibre channel arrays, storage area networks, and rack solutions.

Networking Products. Dell’s PowerConnectTM switches are standards-based network switches that connect computers and servers in small- to medium-sized networks. PowerConnect products offer customers enterprise-class features and reliability at a low cost. Dell introduced the PowerConnect line of network switches in the third quarter of fiscal 2002.

Workstations. Dell offers the Dell PrecisionTM desktop workstation and the Dell Precision mobile workstation. These products are intended for professional users who demand exceptional performance to run sophisticated applications, such as three-dimensional computer-aided design, digital content creation, geographic information systems, computer animation, software development, and financial analysis. In calendar 2003, Dell held the number one position in the U.S. and worldwide for branded workstation unit shipments.

Notebook Computers. Dell offers two lines of notebook computer systems. The LatitudeTM line of notebooks is designed to address a wide range of business and organizational needs, including powerful performance, portability, and flexibility. Latitude offerings range from wireless-ready, highly expandable full-featured models to thin, light ultra-portable models. The InspironTM line of notebooks is targeted to customers who require high-performance computer systems at aggressive prices. Typical customers are individuals or small-to-medium sized businesses that require optimum performance for their investment.

Desktop Computer Systems. Dell offers two lines of desktop computer systems. The OptiPlexTM line of desktop systems is designed for corporate, institutional, and small business customers who demand highly-reliable, stable, manageable, and easily serviced systems within networked environments. The DimensionTM line of desktop systems is designed for small businesses and home users requiring fast technology turns and high-performance computing. The Dimension product line typically features the latest high-performance components. Dimension customers include corporate and institutional customers as well as small businesses and home users.

Printing and Imaging Systems. Dell offers a wide array of Dell-branded printers, ranging from consumer inkjets to large workgroup lasers. The Dell printer product line is focused on making printing easier to buy, easier to own, and easier to use. All Dell printers feature the Dell Ink Management SystemTM or Dell Toner Management SystemTM, which simplifies the purchasing process by displaying ink or toner levels on the status window during every print job and proactively prompting users to order replacement cartridges directly from Dell. During fiscal 2004, Dell launched its branded printer line and shipped almost two million Dell-branded printers.

Software and Peripheral Products. Dell offers a multitude of competitively priced software and peripheral products including those from leading manufacturers. Products offered include software, monitors, printers, handhelds, notebook accessories, networking and wireless products, memory, digital cameras, projectors, and scanners. During fiscal 2004, Dell announced several new Dell peripheral products, including power adaptors, LCD televisions, and MP3 players.


By applying the direct model to its services business, Dell seeks to simplify customers’ computing experience by offering a full range of flexible, tailored solutions. Dell offers a portfolio of services that help maximize information technology (“IT”), rapidly deploy systems, and educate IT professionals and consumers.

Managed Services. Dell Managed Services offers customers a wide range of IT management services. These services allow customers to lower annual service costs and enhance system performance without sacrificing control of their IT systems. Dell Managed Services assists customers in planning, deployment, maintenance, asset management, on-site field services, and other related services.

Professional Services. Dell Professional Services offers services to help businesses utilize emerging technology, enhance efficiencies, reduce business risk, and maximize return on technology investment. Using its expertise and best practices in technology consulting, application development, solutions integration, and infrastructure design, Dell designs, develops, and implements end-to-end technology solutions.

Deployment Services. Dell’s deployment services are designed to rapidly configure and deploy Dell systems and products into IT environments. Dell’s custom factory integration services allow customers to configure systems to meet their specific hardware and software needs. Additional deployment services include asset management and recovery services, custom delivery services, installation services, managed deployment services, and image management services.

Support Services. Dell Support Services helps maximize the value and performance of customer technology, while minimizing expense and inconvenience. Offering a variety of customized services and support programs tailored to meet specific customer requirements, Dell’s support ranges from remote software and enterprise support to on-site support. For example, for enterprise customers, Dell offers four tiers of service through Enterprise Support for server and storage systems, ranging from comprehensive around-the-clock support for mission-critical systems to next business day on-site support for non mission-critical systems. For customers in the U.S., Dell’s Total Satisfaction Policy currently allows customers to return desktop and notebook systems to Dell for any reason within 30 days of purchase. In addition, Dell provides a limited warranty for all computer systems for a period generally ranging from 90 days to three years and offers 24 hour telephone and online technical support. Dell also offers warranty upgrades and services such as CompleteCare accidental damage protection, At Home Service for technical support service at home or work, Express Tech Support for priority access to Dell’s technical support team, and home installation services.

Training and Certification Services. Dell offers training and certification programs for business and consumer customers worldwide. Dell’s online training programs feature over 1,200 courses for consumer, business, and IT professionals. The courses are designed for all skill levels and range from personal finance to business productivity to IT certification. For enterprise customers, Dell offers Dell service technician training and system administration training and certification (both on-site and at Dell labs) through Dell Certification Programs. These programs provide system administrators and technicians the ability to learn the intricacies of Dell equipment both before and after installation to allow customers to maximize their return on investment.

Financial Services

Dell offers various financing alternatives, asset management services, and other customer financial services for its business and consumer customers in the U.S. through Dell Financial Services L.P. (“DFS”), a joint venture between Dell and CIT Group, Inc. (“CIT”). For government, some small businesses, and international customers, Dell partners with a variety of third-party financial services companies to offer financial services.


Dell Technologies Inc Tax Rate Companies within the Computer Hardware Industry

Business Segments Q1
(in millions $)
(in millions $)
(May 03 2024)
(Profit Margin)
Total 22,244.00 955.00 4.29 %

Growth rates by Segment Q1
Y/Y Revenue
(May 03 2024)
Q/Q Revenue
Y/Y Income
(May 03 2024)
Q/Q Income
Total 6.32 % -38.54 % 65.22 % 148.05 %

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