The World No.2 in PCs Enters the Kiosk Market
The Dell Sell
By using customised hardware, kiosk vendors can streamline design cycles and get their solutions to market faster. The company offers the support of its engineering team, allowing kiosk vendors to create a custom solution that fits their customers’ unique needs. Custom Fulfillment Service also gives them the option to have Dell facilitate the manufacturing and logistics process, giving customers more time to focus on product development and innovation.
The company recently demonstrated the OptiPlex XE – its first industrial PC designed for customers who require a machine that can stand up to extremely challenging environments. The product features: 24/7 uptime with improved motherboard components; component-level stability to reduce requalification; clean air filtration system for dusty environments; additional heat sink for enhanced cooling in hot environments; flexible ducting, vapor and mounting options that eliminate costly post-factory customisation; and standards-based remote management to reduce service calls.
The company can also provide a large breadth of customisations for customers in the kiosk market allowing them to deliver a uniquely branded product to customers. These customisation services include: image creation, installation and activation; removal of Dell branding from the BIOS, chassis and box; addition of custom branding to the chassis; and custom hardware stocking and installation.
Wednesday, January 26, 2011