Billg-PC-Firma DELL ist schon irrelevant geworden - Was ist für Physiker noch relevant ?

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Can Dell Buy Its Way Out of Irrelevance?


Published: Monday, 24 Sep 2012 | 12:13 PM ET
By: Richard Saintvilus|Contributor

One of the most popular topics of discussion on Wall Street is that of computer giant Dell, and more specifically its future in the face of PC death.

It is broadly known that mobile devices from the likes of Apple, Google, and Amazon.com have all but sealed its fate, sending Dell spiraling toward irrelevance. Making matters worse is the fact that its once-proud partner, software giant Microsoft, has now essentially proclaimed it’s every man for himself by deciding to enter the realm of hardware with its own Surface tablet — effectively becoming a competitor. So what is left for Dell?

This is a question the company’s management has been trying to answer for quite some time. The response of late appears to have been, “let’s buy our way out of this mess.” The company has gone on a shopping spree, spending $2.4 billion dollars to scoop up QuestSoftware. This comes on the heels of its recent acquisition of SonicWall for an estimated $1.2 billion. Let’s not forget that is also acquired Wyse Technology earlier this year, KACE Networks in 2010, and Perot Systems in 2009.

It seems the company is thinking it needs to build its software portfolio by buying up niche companies to offset its fledging hardware/PC businesses, which are now rapidly deteriorating. Is the strategy working? I don’t think so. Nor do I think the company has put enough thought into its acquisitions.
 

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Das in Cern gesichtete Higgs ?



Die Gelder von der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft ?





Can Dell Buy Its Way Out of Irrelevance?





Published: Monday, 24 Sep 2012 | 12:13 PM ET

By: Richard Saintvilus|Contributor



One of the most popular topics of discussion on Wall Street is that of computer giant Dell, and more specifically its future in the face of PC death.



It is broadly known that mobile devices from the likes of Apple, Google, and Amazon.com have all but sealed its fate, sending Dell spiraling toward irrelevance. Making matters worse is the fact that its once-proud partner, software giant Microsoft, has now essentially proclaimed it’s every man for himself by deciding to enter the realm of hardware with its own Surface tablet — effectively becoming a competitor. So what is left for Dell?



This is a question the company’s management has been trying to answer for quite some time. The response of late appears to have been, “let’s buy our way out of this mess.” The company has gone on a shopping spree, spending $2.4 billion dollars to scoop up QuestSoftware. This comes on the heels of its recent acquisition of SonicWall for an estimated $1.2 billion. Let’s not forget that is also acquired Wyse Technology earlier this year, KACE Networks in 2010, and Perot Systems in 2009.



It seems the company is thinking it needs to build its software portfolio by buying up niche companies to offset its fledging hardware/PC businesses, which are now rapidly deteriorating. Is the strategy working? I don’t think so. Nor do I think the company has put enough thought into its acquisitions.

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