An American technology firm called Dell, which is owned by its parent company Dell Technologies, creates, markets, fixes, and supports computers and related goods and services. Dell offers a variety of products including personal computers (pcs), servers, network switches, data storage devices, software, computer peripherals, hdtvs, cameras, printers, and other electronics made by other companies. The organization is renowned for how it handles electronic commerce and the supply chain. This involves Dell offering direct customer service and providing the pcs the consumer requests. Before buying Perot Systems in 2009, Dell sold just hardware. Dell then made a foray into the IT services industry. The business has increased its networking and storage capabilities and is now attempting to supply a variety of technology to enterprise customers rather than just desktops.
In addition to being a member of the NASDAQ-100 and S&P 500, Dell is a publicly traded company (NASDAQ: DELL). By January 2021, it was the third-largest seller of personal computers. On the 2022 Fortune 500 list, Dell is rated 31st, up from 76th in 2021. In terms of overall revenue, Fortune magazine ranks it as the sixth-largest firm in Texas. It is Texas’s second-largest non-oil corporation. Enterprise technology company EMC Corporation was purchased by Dell in 2015. Divisions of Dell Technologies were formed from Dell and EMC. Cloud computing, virtualization, analytics, and data storage are all products sold by Dell EMC.
The “Turbo PC,” which cost $795 and had an Intel 8088-compatible processor capable of operating at a top speed of 6.66 MHz, was the company’s first computer of its own design. In addition to custom assembling each purchased device in accordance with a range of options, PC’s Limited advertised the systems in national computer magazines for direct consumer sales. With greater convenience than putting the parts together themselves, this provided customers costs that were less expensive than those of retail brands. PC’s Limited was one of the first businesses to employ this business model, but not being the first to do so. The business made more than $73 million in revenue in its first year of operation.
Alien Ware Area-51 Thread Ripper Edition
Along with the introduction of the Alien ware Area-51 Thread ripper Edition, Dell’s Alien ware division now publicly supports Advanced Micro Devices.
The new gaming desktop will include 16 cores, 12 cores, or 8 cores of the second generation Ryzen Thread ripper Edition processors. The device is intended for PC gamers who play competitively, game streamers, and “mega askers” who simply do many things at once. Based on the Zen architecture, AMD’s Thread ripper series is vying with Intel for supremacy in PC performance and can carry out 52% more instructions per clock cycle than the previous model.
The machine has a $2,200 beginning price, but there are several ways to increase that amount. There are 16-core or 12-core 2nd Gen Ryzen Thread ripper processor options for the Area-51 R& desktop. It makes use of the AMD X399 chipset, which supports DIY quad GPU configurations, quad channel RAM, and a number of high-performance storage solutions. According to Alien ware, the device can support 4K, 8K, and VR environments with the various graphics options.
The Area-51 R7 can support multiple graphics cards using AMD Crossfire or Nvidia SLI. It makes use of a second-generation Triad chassis that was designed for user ergonomics, heat management, and ventilation.
There are possibilities for twin drives, and storage capacities start at 960 gigabytes for SSD drives and up to 2 terabytes for hard drives. The graphics cards sit atop a swinging PCI-E door that holds them in place, but you can access them without any tools. It is common to have liquid cooling. When using graphics that are air-cooled, each computer has two chassis fans. There is one chassis fan, two heat exchangers for the graphics cards, and a third heat exchanger for the CPU liquid-cooling unit with dual-liquid-cooled graphics.
Design and Conquer
The Alienware Area-51 desktop is re-engineered with the 2nd Gen Ryzen Thread ripper processors, a 2nd gen triad chassis, and optional triple Radeon RX graphics.
Available with Windows 10 Home
Gaming is better than ever on Windows 10, with games in 4K, DirectX 12, and streaming your gameplay.
WITNESS ULTIMATE POWER
The Alienware Area-51 delivers unbeatable performance with up to AMD 2nd Gen Ryzen Threadripper processors. Record, game and stream simultaneously in 4K resolutions with options for 12 and 16 core overclocked cpus.
With optional 64GB of quad-channel DDR4 memory, you can create games that go beyond what you thought was possible. So whether you’re rendering a 3D model, editing photography, video or sound, know that your only limit is your imagination.
A New Graphical Frontier
Graphics Without Limits
Alienware breaks the mold once again with world-bending graphics options including dual-liquid cooled NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card, factory overclocked NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics, and up to triple AMD Radeon RX configurations. You get the best of both worlds from the highest-performance AMD Crossfire or NVIDIA SLI technologies–increased performance, low noise operation, and incredible 16K high-fidelity gaming. With the highest-grade professional graphics, this machine is ideal for users interested in using their graphical power for tasks beyond gaming, like crypto currency mining or heavy simulations using gpus.
Re-engineered With Purpose
Second-gen Triad Chassis
A revolutionary new second generation triad chassis with retooled swinging cage supports tool-less graphics and expansion cards for the first time ever on an Area-51, extending the life of your system with easy-to-access components. Also added is the PCL-e card door, which eliminates plastic retention with a screw-less rotation door. And by designing the system with a door built from a single, structural panel, internal components always stay secure.
Access Your Entire Ecosystem
Experience seamless connectivity with 14 USB ports, including four slots on the front panel with Gen 1 ports spanning 2.0, 3.0 and 3.1. The largest available Alienware desktop cavity is also outfitted with efficient cable management clamps plus four independent HDD cable clips, graphics brackets and locks to keep your cards securely fastened.
Your System Stays Cool When You’re Game is on Fire
Alienware Command Center
We’ve crafted innovative software specifically designed to improve your gaming experience, fine-tune all your game and systems settings, solve problems and manage time.
Now you have control over your hardware and software environments. Not only can you tailor the hardware for each and every game you play, you can personalize the space and setup to make your software look and feel precisely the way you want it, without interfering with your gameplay or other activities. The easy-to-use interface links all your various system settings with a gaming library, making it simple to access gaming information. No matter what the source, the command center gives you easy access to your games and the ability to fine-tune settings for each one. Create a unique game profile and it stays just how you want it, no matter where you launch. Save new themes, assign them to your games and edit peripheral settings with new fix hardware and software featuring support for full rgb values and up to 16.8m colors. Included is a new user interface to create and map new system-level effects so you can manage your alien ware peripheral lighting and settings from the same controls. Select systems and hardware also offer settings for individual or group keyboard key colors.
Additional vents and active fans have been added for increased active blower cooling and greater exhaust from the rear edge, plus two times the U.2 drive support. Available in a 960GB option, the U.2 drives are designed for the most demanding workloads, providing industry-leading endurance and incredible speeds.