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serverless and IOT

Sep 27, 2017

1 Vote

Status: Acknowledged

The Internet of things is the network of physical devices, vehicles, and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity which enable these objects to collect and exchange data. using this we can create a hub of wireless network where all these devices are connected intermidiately on the same network and the exchange of data takes places between the devices without the necessity of servers. Here devices are peer to peer. only the required information will be exchanged between each other devices. This creates a serverless platform where data exchange can be made more accurate and reliable by using some techniques of data compression so whatever the data stored on the internet can be compressed and divide and deposit the data on each device that are connected on our network. Here only we need a strong server and no else where servers are required. this can help in bringing big data solution and also saving up power consumed by servers and also a way to change the concept of internet access. 

Categories: Broadband and Mobility, Servers and Storage, Storm Session Topics,

Alienware cellphone, mobile phone

Jan 31, 2017

3 Votes

Status: Acknowledged

Is Alienware making a mobile phone that can play games with all the same hardware and performance for gaming without buffering or lagging out? I am looking for a cellphone that can out perform most cellphones out there, something I can play games on and 3D gaming. Thinking about a cool designed Alienware cellphone that can do everything the Alienware laptops can do with a awesome case with a Built in signal monster and a longer lasting battery.

Categories: Broadband and Mobility, Alienware, Mobile Devices,

Mobile Technology Desires

Larger screens on mobile phones.

Dec 13, 2009

20 Votes

Status: Implemented

For years the trend was to make cell phones smaller and smaller. With the evolution to smart phones screen sizes have grown but it is still difficult to use due to all the scrolling and zooming to view the web and other functions. Dell should do a little research and find out just how large they can make a phone and still have it held comfortably in the palm of the average person's hand. I would bet that Dell could add at least and inch to the screen. Then Dell should devote as much space as they possibly can to the touch screen. While this will not eliminate the need to scroll and zoom it will lessen the need. Status Update Please check out the Streak

Categories: Broadband and Mobility,

Post a video of your Global Mobility Event

Aug 8, 2008

20 Votes

Status: Implemented

On August 12th Dell executives from around the world unveil a new generation of Dell mobility products that will re-invent the way people do business. Can you please post some video of the event that night for those of us who cannot attend. I know there is a sign up for media streaming but some people will not be able to watch at that time due to work or other issues. Also remember that home users may also be interested in some of these products. Status Update Please see Vida_K's comment below

Categories: Advertising and Marketing, Broadband and Mobility,

Tell us what WiFi chipset a laptop has.

Aug 29, 2007

1631 Votes

Status: Under Review

Tell us the WiFi chipset used in a laptop before we buy it so we know if the WiFi chipset supports a feature we want, or if it supports Linux or another operating system that we intend to use. The WiFi chipset being like "Intel ipw2200" or "Broadcom BCM4306", or "Ralink rt2500". Status Update

Categories: Broadband and Mobility, Laptops,

Bluetooth enabled printers

Aug 17, 2007

21 Votes

Status: Partially Implemented

The technology is out, Bluetooth has demostrated to be a reliable and fast way to transmit data. D-Link even has a bluetooth printer adapter that sells for $99. Why not make a photo/laser printer with a built-in bluetooth adapter.? Less cables, less weight for shipping, less space for packing and ability to share the printer without having a network (and a print server) setup.

Categories: Broadband and Mobility, Printers and Ink,


May 23, 2007

27 Votes

Status: Implemented

I would love to see a tablet that offered extendable feet like that on a keyboard to prop up a tablet to a better writing angle. Just about everyone I know with a tablet, while in slate mode, props there tablet up with books, or if me, my wallet because the leather of the wallet keeps the tablet from sliding. This is a feature I would think all in the tablet world appreciate even though it is something we easily forgoe. I don't think it would be too difficult to do that. Having the slate at an angle, too, helps with glare from overhead lights considerably. Propping my slate made a world of difference for me between classes and conference rooms . Plus, it is a more comfortable writing position.-Sass Status Update - This idea has been Implemented in the XPS 18 tablet.  The feet can prop the tablet into a comfortable typing position or for easier viewing.  Thank you for posting.  

Categories: Broadband and Mobility,

DellConnect preinstalled

May 20, 2007

21 Votes

Status: Implemented

I know I voted for no additional software on dell computer but, please, for people who will choose to keep their softwares, add DellConnect in the bundle. As tech support, sometimes it takes more time to download / find it than resolving the issue. For people who doesn't know this software, it's a remote control used by dell support (like vnc, pc anywhere, ...) very usefull when a broadband connection is avaliable. Thanks for voting and helping us to fix grandma's computers ! Status Update As of May 1, 2008, Dell systems will have DellConnect pre-installed.

Categories: Broadband and Mobility, Software,

easier remote support for private users

May 6, 2007

9 Votes

Status: Implemented

!!! Give us an "easy remote care edition" !!! I 'm not a professional user but I care for my parents computers. Usually I come over every two or three weeks and fix up something. But in between... I have tried "Windows Remote Desktop". It doesn't work! two WLAN-Routers with dynamic IPs, integrated hardwarefirewalls and lousy configurated software firewalls are two much. (Skype has no problems at all) And helping them without seeing what they see and click is very annoying. !!! Give us an "easy remote care edition" !!! Steps: 1. "Hi Mom, just press the big red icon in the middle of the screen, so I can take over your dell-computer!" The red button (and the software) should be preinstalled. 2. I start the improved remote desktop with the unique file created on my parents computer. (the unique file will make sure no one else can access the computer) Make this foolproof! No router problem, No firewall problems. No problems with dynamic IPs! (Mom, could you tell me your IP?) No ports to be opened! (How should I explain that to my mom?) There are a lot of people that help friends or relatives with their computer issues and often they are the ones asked for assistance when buying a new computer. Status Update Please see Vida_K's comment below

Categories: Broadband and Mobility, Service and Support,

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