November 13, 2015 Fusionex, a multi-award winning, London Stock Exchange AIM-listed software provider specializing in Analytics, Business Intelligence, Big Data and the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced it will partner with Dell to provide customers in the Asian region with industry-leading, easy-to-deploy Big Data Analytics solutions.


The collaboration brings together the combined expertise of both organizations to offer enterprises a powerful, scalable and efficient big data analytics platform that integrates Fusionex’s advanced Big Data Analytics software (GIANT) with Dell’s enterprise stack of infrastructure offerings. The solution will enable companies of all sizes to kick-start their big data initiatives with ease and flexibility, as well as to deploy analytics in any environment, be it on the cloud, or via a hybrid approach.

“Dell is a leading company in the global IT infrastructure space,” said Ivan Teh, CEO of Fusionex. “We view this significant milestone as the beginning of a great partnership with immense potential. Together, we will be able to offer Fusionex’s GIANT software and Dell’s infrastructure to form a complete end-to-end solution. This will combine Dell’s big data optimized hardware with Fusionex’s proven analytics and data management platform. The partnership is also expected to broaden the distribution reach to both parties’ clients across multiple geographies.”


“As more organizations embrace data analytics into the fabric of running their businesses in an increasingly data-driven marketplace, we see Fusionex as a key partner to complement Dell’s data centre and infrastructure solutions,” said Mak Chin Wah, General Manager of Enterprise Solutions, South Asia, Dell. “This partnership will enable us to extend our end-to-end capabilities to a broader set of customers. At the same time, we are confident that more customers will leverage technology trends such as Big Data, which are shaping today’s business landscape.”


Raju Chellam, Dell’s South Asia Head of Big Data and Cloud, said the partnership would embrace solutions in related areas as well. “This partnership with Fusionex is important because it would enable us to offer solutions and services encompassing business intelligence, business analytics, IoT (Internet of Things) and Big Data applications,” he said. “With Fusionex, we would also be able to tailor solutions across major verticals such as manufacturing, retail, healthcare, government and telecommunications. We are excited with this partnership and look forward to joint successes.”


Fusionex and Dell have also successfully collaborated on an IoT (Internet of Things) initiatives for Intel’s manufacturing facility, where a joint solution enabled Intel to cut costs, achieve higher production yields, and introduce smart maintenance via Big Data Analytics to Intel’s manufacturing processes.