Dell

Dell Inc là một công ty tư nhân Mỹ công nghệ máy tính đa quốc gia có trụ sở tại Round Rock, Texas, Hoa Kỳ, mà phát triển, bán, sửa chữa và hỗ trợ máy tính và các sản phẩm và dịch vụ liên quan. Mang tên người sáng lập, Michael Dell, công ty là một trong những tập đoàn công nghệ lớn nhất thế giới, tuyển dụng hơn 103.300 người trên toàn thế giới. [3]

Dell bán máy tính cá nhân, máy chủ, thiết bị lưu trữ dữ liệu, mạng chuyển mạch, phần mềm, thiết bị ngoại vi máy tính, HDTV, máy ảnh, máy in, máy nghe nhạc MP3 và cũng điện tử được xây dựng bởi các nhà sản xuất khác. Công ty nổi tiếng với những đổi mới trong quản lý chuỗi cung ứng và thương mại điện tử, đặc biệt là mô hình bán hàng trực tiếp của mình và hay “cấu hình để đặt hàng” cách tiếp cận “xây dựng theo đơn đặt hàng” của mình để sản xuất-cung cấp máy tính cá nhân cấu hình thông số kỹ thuật của khách hàng. [ 4] [5] Dell là một nhà cung cấp phần cứng trong sạch cho nhiều tồn tại của nó, nhưng một vài năm trước đây với việc mua lại Perot Systems, Dell gia nhập thị trường cho các dịch vụ CNTT. Công ty đã thực hiện kể từ khi mua thêm trong hệ thống lưu trữ và kết nối mạng, với mục đích mở rộng danh mục đầu tư của họ từ cung cấp máy tính duy nhất để cung cấp các giải pháp hoàn chỉnh cho khách hàng doanh nghiệp. [6] [7]

Dell được liệt kê ở số 51 trong danh sách Fortune 500. [8] Năm 2013 nó đã được các nhà cung cấp máy tính lớn thứ ba trên thế giới sau khi Lenovo và HP. [9] Dell hiện là # 1 gửi hàng của màn hình máy tính trên thế giới. [ 10] Dell là công ty lớn thứ sáu ở Texas cho tổng thu nhập, theo tạp chí Fortune [11] Đó là công ty lớn thứ hai phi dầu mỏ ở Texas -. sau AT & T -. và công ty lớn nhất trong khu vực Greater Austin [12] Đó là một công ty giao dịch công khai (NASDAQ: DELL), cũng như một thành phần của chỉ số NASDAQ-100 và S & P 500, cho đến khi nó được đưa tin trong một mua đứt đòn bẩy mà đóng cửa vào ngày 30 tháng 10 năm 2013.

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