— Third in the "To 30 More" series —
“Yesterday in a one-on-one with my manager, I realized that I have been at Dell more than half my life! That’s a very special and rare relationship in the current business climate.”
Dillow says he looks forward to helping Dell continue to beat the odds he’s seen put against us many times; and, we look forward to helping patients overcome the odds set against them by donating to Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGEN) a high-performance computing cluster, public cloud and our expertise to manage it. This has reduced the time for synthesizing and sharing genetic data from 10 days to 6 hours, allowing faster, personalized treatment for each child.
Access to the right technologies can transform global health, and Dell intends to help make that transformation happen in the next 30 years.