Cyxtera, Dell Technologies Propel Customer Deployments with On-Demand Infrastructure Solutions

Customers will be able to test the capabilities offered by Dell and Cyxtera via Cyxtera’s Dell Experience Lab.

Claudia Adrien

March 1, 2023

2 Min Read
Data center

Cyxtera and Dell Technologies have teamed up to help customers deploy infrastructure more quickly. Cyxtera, the data center colocation and interconnection services provider, will deliver Dell’s infrastructure combined with its own colocation and network technologies.

The companies will provide global enterprises of all sizes full-stack infrastructure as a service. They will leverage Cyxtera’s global footprint of colocation facilities and digital exchange network fabric.

This includes compute infrastructure, network connectivity, colocation space and power at the individual server and rack unit levels. These capabilities enable a cloud-like experience for the deployment of workloads. They require the control, performance and security of dedicated infrastructure and colocation.

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Customers will be able to leverage Dell infrastructure through Cyxtera’s enterprise bare metal solution. It’s an on-demand model that provides the benefits of dedicated colocation and network infrastructure. This results in an extension of their existing environments without the burden of capital expenditures, lengthy implementation cycles or depreciating assets.

On-Demand Access to Dell Infrastructure


Cyxtera’s David Keasey

David Keasey is Cyxtera’s chief revenue officer.

“We’re focused on providing rapid, seamless access to the technologies our customers need to support their unique business demands,” Keasey said. “By offering on-demand access to Dell infrastructure via our Enterprise Bare Metal offering, we will enable organizations of all sizes to harness the power of raw compute resources via a cloud-like delivery model across our global data center footprint.”

Additionally, customers will be able to test the capabilities offered by Dell and Cyxtera via Cyxtera’s Dell Experience Lab. This is powered by Cyxtera’s digital exchange platform. The lab will give customers a “hands-on” experience that demonstrates how the technology would work in their environment.

Denise Millard is SVP, global alliances at Dell.


Dell’s Denise Millard

“Dell is committed to providing our partners with greater choice and flexibility to support customers with a consistent experience wherever they want to consume Dell infrastructure solutions,” Millard said. “Our collaboration with Cyxtera simplifies data center challenges, providing customers with rapid deployment options, seamless scalability, high levels of physical security and optimized performance so they can deliver better business outcomes.”

Dell will also combine its solutions with Cyxtera SmartCabs which delivers point-and-click provisioning of dedicated, on-demand colocation cabinets. Cyxtera SmartCabs offers built-in power and network connectivity. This quickly provides the compute resources and connectivity customers need.

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Claudia Adrien

Claudia Adrien is a reporter for Channel Futures where she covers breaking news. Prior to Informa, she wrote about biosecurity and infectious disease for a national publication. She holds a degree in journalism from the University of Florida and resides in Tampa.

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