Every year, the Sundance Film Festival brings thousands of filmmakers from all over the world to Park City, UT, and gives them the opportunity to share their work. Dell brings powerful tech and innovation to Sundance, so these creators can discover new possibilities on the screen and in virtual reality.
Dell celebrates the continued collaboration between the film and technology industries. We are proud to continue our commitment to our customers in media and entertainment – from blockbuster studios to indie filmmakers – by providing the right technology to help creators bring their ideas to life.
It takes a lot to process 13,000 submissions. It takes a lot to handle 100,000 guests. That’s why this festival needs a great technology partner.
Dell Den at Sundance features interactive experiences showcasing Dell EMC’s newest Intel-powered product lines and industry-leading Dell EMC infrastructure solutions, including:
At the Sundance Film Festival, we put Dell Latitude Rugged systems to the ultimate test. Watch as they get dropped, kicked, covered in snow, sprayed with freezing water and more.
Desk-based workers spend most of their time at the office, in their immediate workspace.
Corridor warriors spend a lot of time away from their desks, either attending meetings or working from multiple company locations.
Remote staff workers work full-time outside the office — at coffee shops, their homes or other locations.
On-the-go pros work more than half of the time away from the office, traveling and going to offsite meetings.
Creative professionals such as designers, developers, photographers and architects rely on technology to create precise and masterful work.
Engineers working on highly detailed graphics or large spreadsheets demand powerful workspaces that support intensive application workloads.
Field workers spend their time outdoors, in vehicles or at construction sites in a variety of conditions.
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¹ 81% of the Desk-Centric users spend on average more than four hours per day working on a desktop. Source: Forrester Business Technographics, Global Devices and Security Workforce Survey, 2015
² “71% of the global workforce sees a rise in workplace collaboration with the ability to take their technology on the go” - Source: Dell & Intel Future Workforce Study Global Report, Research conducted by Penn Schoen Berland, 2016, slide 34
³ 52% of the global workforce spends at least some, if not all of its time working remotely. Source: Dell & Intel Future Workforce Study Global Report, Research conducted by Penn Schoen Berland, 2016, slide 30
⁴ Marquis space statistic reference per CS brief: “39% of the global workforce uses multiple devices while traveling for work.” Source: Dell & Intel Future Workforce Study Global Report, Research conducted by Penn Schoen Berland, 2016, slide 20
⁵ Source: “66% of workers believe technology would influence a decision to take or decline a new position.” Source: Dell & Intel Future Workforce Study Global Report, Research conducted by Penn Schoen Berland, 2016, slide 35
⁶ “10-16% of the global workforce has specific needs that demand specialized technology” Source: Forrester Business Technographics, Global Devices and Security Workforce Survey, 2015
⁷ Based on an October 2017 IDC whitepaper sponsored by Dell EMC, “The Business Value of Modernizing Infrastructure with Hyper-Converged Systems,” wherein IDC interviewed organizations in the U.S., Germany and Australia, that have deployed an average of two Dell EMC scale-out machines with ten servers and running over 60 business applications on this infrastructure. 5-year cost of operations assumes IT infrastructure-related costs, IT staff time costs and user productivity costs. Results are a comparison to legacy environments or alternative solutions. Actual cost of operations will vary.
⁸ Based on a Forrester TEI Study commissioned by Dell EMC: Improved Performance And Cost Efficiency Enabled By The Dell EMC All-Flash Storage Portfolio, September 2017. Results based on a composite org constructed from (4) customer interviews, and are a comparison to traditional disk storage. Risk-adjusted ROI assumes a yearly 10% discount.
⁹ Principled Technologies (PT) report commissioned by Dell EMC, “Faster, More Powerful Handling of Database Workloads,” June 2017, using the DVDStore2 benchmark comparing R720 servers with HDD based EqualLogic shared storage versus R740xd servers with Internal NVMe and SAS SSD disks in a 2-node vSAN cluster. Actual performance will vary based on configuration, usage and manufacturing variability.
¹⁰ Dell EMC internal testing compared to traditional backup, September 2016.