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Want to check out what we’ve been up to recently? Experience some of our latest PT-branded collateral on this page. There’s some work you won’t see here—confidential or client-branded materials are under wraps, unless we have our client’s explicit permission to share them. We’ll show you everything else, though, so check back often to discover our most recent work.

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Explore our just-released collateral, from fact-filled test reports to engaging online training modules. Looking for work and don’t see it here? We always post our latest public collateral on this page, but things move pretty fast—check out the marketing and/or learning portfolio page to discover more.
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Get more I/O performance on fewer servers with Intel Optane DC SSDs
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Maximize your upgrade by minimizing hypervisor costs with a new AMD EPYC 7551P processor-powered single-socket Dell EMC PowerEdge R7415
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Upgrading to Windows Server 2019 on Dell EMC PowerEdge servers: A simple process that can dramatically reduce your storage footprint
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Boost transactional database performance of VMware vSAN clusters by replacing older servers with new Dell EMC PowerEdge R640 servers
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John McMains sums up VMworld 2019
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Speed up demanding workloads, save admin hassle, and maximize storage capacity with a Dell EMC Isilon All-Flash Storage System
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Nathan’s sabbatical: Book Harvest
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Consolidate three legacy servers onto one Dell EMC PowerEdge R940 with 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors
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Dell ProSupport Plus with SupportAssist warns you about hardware issues so you can fix them before they cause downtime
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Developing at the edge with Microsoft Windows 10 IoT Enterprise
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In several stress tests, the Dell Precision 5820 Desktop Tower Workstation ran quieter than desktops from HP and Lenovo
Photo from the Flash Memory Summit event
Dennis Martin recaps the highlights from Flash Memory Summit 2019
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Network operators can improve operational efficiency through software-defined automation with HPE OneView
Text: How can I help someone after an opioid overdose? And photo of the course displayed on a mobile phone
American Heart Association courses teaching how to fight the opioid crisis

Explore our just-released collateral, from fact-filled test reports to engaging online training modules. Looking for work and don’t see it here? We always post our latest public collateral on this page, but things move pretty fast—check out the marketing and/or learning portfolio page to discover more.

Photo of woman in a datacenter holding and working on a tablet
Get more I/O performance on fewer servers with Intel Optane DC SSDs
Photo of male and female coworkers walking and talking in an office building. Overlaid with EPYC processor and server illustration.
Maximize your upgrade by minimizing hypervisor costs with a new AMD EPYC 7551P processor-powered single-socket Dell EMC PowerEdge R7415
Photo of woman working at a multiple computer monitors
Upgrading to Windows Server 2019 on Dell EMC PowerEdge servers: A simple process that can dramatically reduce your storage footprint
Photo of woman working at a computer monitor
Boost transactional database performance of VMware vSAN clusters by replacing older servers with new Dell EMC PowerEdge R640 servers
Photo from the VMworld event
John McMains sums up VMworld 2019
Photo of people in silhouette against office window with city scape through the window. Inset photo of Dell EMC Isilon storage system.
Speed up demanding workloads, save admin hassle, and maximize storage capacity with a Dell EMC Isilon All-Flash Storage System
Photo of hands holding a book
Nathan’s sabbatical: Book Harvest
Photo of people collaborating at work
Consolidate three legacy servers onto one Dell EMC PowerEdge R940 with 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors
Photo of woman driving a car
Dell ProSupport Plus with SupportAssist warns you about hardware issues so you can fix them before they cause downtime
Photo: overhead view of a busy city with a graphic representation of Internet of Things connections showing between buildings
Developing at the edge with Microsoft Windows 10 IoT Enterprise
Photo of two business women working at a computer monitor with sound wave graphics
In several stress tests, the Dell Precision 5820 Desktop Tower Workstation ran quieter than desktops from HP and Lenovo
Photo from the Flash Memory Summit event
Dennis Martin recaps the highlights from Flash Memory Summit 2019
Illustration of network towers
Network operators can improve operational efficiency through software-defined automation with HPE OneView
Text: How can I help someone after an opioid overdose? And photo of the course displayed on a mobile phone
American Heart Association courses teaching how to fight the opioid crisis

Consumers have a wide selection of Chromebooks to choose from. Even two Chromebooks of the same model could offer different experiences depending on the devices' processors. That's why Intel asked us to showcase the experience consumers can expect from Chromebooks powered by their Core and Celeron processors.

From June 2017 to September 2018, we tested 14 Chromebooks and produced 16 reports, six videos, and one infographic that show how these Chromebooks handle daily tasks. Each piece of collateral offers a unique perspective on our test results—for example, the videos provide real-time, on-screen demonstrations of the performance differences between two devices. Our reports offer character-driven narratives to grab audience attention, while our infographic features a clean, readable design that delivers key facts at a glance.

For each report, we compared the speed of the Chromebook devices during everyday tasks in popular apps. Each set of collateral targets a specific segment of the Chromebook market, from K–12 school districts looking to make their first Chromebook investment to students transitioning from high school to college; from creative freelancers to growing businesses seeking an upgrade.

PT collateral isn't limited to American or English-speaking audiences. As part of our translation services, we localized four of the reports for audiences in Spain and Italy.

Consumers have a wide selection of Chromebooks to choose from. Even two Chromebooks of the same model could offer different experiences depending on the devices' processors. That's why Intel asked us to showcase the experience consumers can expect from Chromebooks powered by their Core and Celeron processors.

From June 2017 to September 2018, we tested 14 Chromebooks and produced 16 reports, six videos, and one infographic that show how these Chromebooks handle daily tasks. Each piece of collateral offers a unique perspective on our test results—for example, the videos provide real-time, on-screen demonstrations of the performance differences between two devices. Our reports offer character-driven narratives to grab audience attention, while our infographic features a clean, readable design that delivers key facts at a glance.

For each report, we compared the speed of the Chromebook devices during everyday tasks in popular apps. Each set of collateral targets a specific segment of the Chromebook market, from K–12 school districts looking to make their first Chromebook investment to students transitioning from high school to college; from creative freelancers to growing businesses seeking an upgrade.

PT collateral isn't limited to American or English-speaking audiences. As part of our translation services, we localized four of the reports for audiences in Spain and Italy.

Get frequent updates about where we’re going and what we’re doing, plus a first look at brand-new types of collateral. The items on this page change regularly, so check back every few weeks to see what else is new. For now, click a tile below to learn more.

VMworld 2019 (recap)

VMworld 2019 (recap)

John McMains attended VMworld in San Francisco, CA. In this video, he talks about his big take-aways and where he thinks tech is heading.

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Flash Memory Summit 2019 (recap)

Flash Memory Summit 2019 (recap)

Data-driven storage acceleration

Dennis Martin, an industry analyst, attended Flash Memory Summit in Santa Clara, CA. In this video, he talks about what he saw there and why real-world testing is important.

View the video

360-degree video tour

360-degree video: See inside Principled Technologies

At 4 pm on 3/13/19, we opened our doors for an unscripted, one-take tour of PT with co-founder Mark Van Name. While you watch this 360-degree video, click and drag to see the space from new perspectives.

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Schedule your in-person tour

Get frequent updates about where we’re going and what we’re doing, plus a first look at brand-new types of collateral. The items on this page change regularly, so check back every few weeks to see what else is new. For now, click a tile below to learn more.

VMworld 2019 (recap)

VMworld 2019 (recap)

John McMains attended VMworld in San Francisco, CA. In this video, he talks about his big take-aways and where he thinks tech is heading.

View the video

Flash Memory Summit 2019
Flash Memory Summit 2019 (recap)

Flash Memory Summit 2019 (recap)

Data-driven storage acceleration

Dennis Martin, an industry analyst, attended Flash Memory Summit in Santa Clara, CA. In this video, he talks about what he saw there and why real-world testing is important.

View the video

360-degree video tour

360-degree video: See inside Principled Technologies

At 4 pm on 3/13/19, we opened our doors for an unscripted, one-take tour of PT with co-founder Mark Van Name. While you watch this 360-degree video, click and drag to see the space from new perspectives.

View the video

Schedule your in-person tour