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Dell is an American privately owned multinational computer technology company based in Round Rock, Texas, United States. It was founded by Michael Dell in 1984. The Company develops, sells, repairs, and supports computers and related products and services. It employs more than 103,300 people worldwide.

1 Aug, 2016
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Wins #DellScotIgnite contest

Other Awards

Newslines is chosen as one of two winners to enter Dell’s Entrepreneurial Growth Programme for Scottish Scale Ups Newslines and Ibis Vision, a company that has a new way to detect glaucoma, receive technology, training, mentorship and access to Dell events. Newslines CEO, Mark Devlin:

After many years overseas running successful media businesses, we recently came back to settle in Scotland. We know that we can unlock the potential in the new media landscape but need to tap into skills and networks within Scotland and beyond.  Dell’s brand and scope gives us that additional ‘clout’ that we can’t achieve as a small scale-up.

Dell Scotland site lead, Mark White:

When we launched this programme we were confident that the Scottish scale-up environment was thriving.  We were still pleasantly surprised at the quality and breadth of the entries, a testament to the future of Scottish industry. IbisVision and Newslines are very different companies but both are working in areas that are ready for disruption.  We knew when we met with them that we could partner with them to help them thrive and I’m looking forward to working with them through the next year on our DellScotIgnite journey.

18 Jul, 2014
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Dell accepts Bitcoin

Makes Statement

Dell begins accepting Bitcoin as payment for purchases on its website. The Bitcoin exchange Coinbase converts the Bitcoin into USD automatically for Dell. A Dell spokesperson says this comes as a result of customer demand:

We put this together quickly as a result of listening to our customers. It’s another way for customers to have a relationship with Dell.

Dell now accepts bitcoin

14 Jul, 2014
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Dell Chromebook supply low

Dell pulls the Chromebook 11 off its website because sales are better than expected and they want to ensure that they have enough stock for the back-to-school sales. However, people can still call in orders over the phone. Dell:

This is a nice problem to have. We are in the middle of a very busy buying season and, all I can say is, Dell is experiencing strong demand and we have suspended sales via our Dell website temporarily. We expect to return Chromebooks for general availability in the next several weeks.

11" Laptop designed for Education — Dell Chromebook

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