COMPANY: Draper | INDUSTRY: Engineering | HEADQUARTERS: Massachusetts, US
Dell Technologies and Draper share a common vision of using technology to advance human progress. The partnership has helped foster a climate of continuous innovation---from making cell and gene therapy processing more efficient, to advancing space exploration. Draper’s IT transformation journey is aided by essential infrastructure and services from Dell Technologies that facilitates their breakthrough engineering.
Cutting costs by 30%, boosting IT staff productivity by 75%, and increased innovation? That’s what’s happening at Draper since engaging with Dell Technologies. Featuring solutions in storage, support, hyper-converged, end-user compute and data center virtualization, the partnership continues to thrive as Draper continues to create solutions that pioneer tomorrow’s breakthroughs.
Dell Technologies helps Draper engineers process these large volumes of satellite imagery in ways that we couldn't possibly do by doing it quickly and more efficiently.
Finding new uses for existing technologies can be a powerful force for innovation. For example, the same technology that saves stranded astronauts can help firefighters navigate smoke-filled buildings. But it takes more than a big intellectual property catalog to make new products out of old tech: It takes a corporate culture that embraces diversity and encourages collaboration. Draper CIO Mike Crones explains how he fosters a culture that drives innovation.
Draper provides cutting edge resources and training to attract research and engineering workforce; therefore, increasing innovation and intellectual property.
This video shows how Draper partners with Dell EMC services to support and deploy hardware in their environment, leveraging the expertise and automation to save 75% of their time.
F1 racing is the pinnacle of design and engineering. But what if the insights and innovations that keep McLaren humming on all cylinders could transform healthcare? Meet the people and technologies making it happen.
The American Red Cross relies on precise technology to save lives and provide relief to those who need it most.