The Dell company and the Draper company are working together on the idea of one, both of which aim to promote human progress. Due to the same Goal and Mission, both companies did a great job. This partnership of Dale and Draper has helped foster a climate of continuous innovation. From making computers to mini laptop, printer, router, other equipment in medical industry, science industry the are giving their 100 percent and advance. After doing the company on this project, in the eyes of the world, this company is at a different level that facilitates their breakthrough engineering.
Dell and Draper Both Together Invented Right Tools to Help Other Business and Save the World
‘Draper boosts innovation, cuts costs by 30 percent and
increases IT staff productivity by 75 percent with an end-to-end
the solution from Dell Technologies. Many organizations have sizable IT footprints with technologies from numerous vendors. This diversity often slows efficiency because it’s difficult to maintain quick performance, rapid provisioning and current backups gave all the different file systems, management tools, and support agreements.
As one of the world’s leading R&D organizations, Draper was struggling with all these challenges. That’s because it had built
an extremely complex infrastructure to meet the requirements of its engineers and researchers who work on projects with
goals that range from protecting countries to improving cancer treatments to shaping new industries. Mike Crones, CIO of
Draper, says, “Draper is one of the handfuls of places where you can have an admiral, a person in a white lab coat, a rocket
scientist and a grad student from MIT all go into a room and solve a really tough problem.” For example, Draper:
- Developed the strategic guidance system for fleet ballistic missiles for the U.S Navy.
- Creates cell-based therapy models that eliminate the need for human or animal testing.
- Uses rapid-diagnostic technologies to improve patient outcomes with precision medicine.
- Works with NASA to build guidance navigation for spacecraft.
- Develops technologies such as a “Take Me Home” button that propels astronauts back to their ship if they become disoriented.
Solving these kinds of problems requires on-demand access to many types of digital tools and information. And every day, staff need new virtual environments as well as access to historical files that could be from any project dating back decades.
Because the complexity of its existing storage, servers and client devices was slowing down workloads and creating risk, Draper engaged Dell Technologies for an industry-leading solution
Employees get the client devices they need
Draper matched client devices with its various employee types. For example, it assigned high-performance Dell Precision mobile and fixed workstations to engineers; Dell Latitude laptops to mobile executives; and right-sized Dell OptiPlex devices to desk centric workers. In addition, depending on their visualization requirements, staff use different models of Dell UltraSharp monitors. “We are in the Cambridge, Kendall Square area, so there’s a lot of competition for resources,” says Crones. “Being able to recruit the right workforce means providing employees with cutting-edge resources. With Dell, we can get people the right client device on day one, hour two.”
Making ideas reality—in less time
By engaging Dell Technologies for an end-to-end solution, Draper’s engineers, researchers and business staff are enjoying
faster application response times, and they have on-demand access to the tools, environments and data they require. Without a good IT foundation, we’re not going to push boundaries,” says Crones. “With Dell Technologies, we get the IT we need to grow our business and support our internal customers, so they can not only overcome their daily challenges but also break the mold and truly innovate.”