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Dell Technologies Posts Smaller Q3 Loss

Scott Ferguson

Dell Technologies posted a smaller loss during its 2018 financial third quarter, as the company continues to absorb its EMC acquisition, as well as branch out into new areas, such as hyperconverged infrastructure and the Internet of Things.

During the quarter, Dell Technologies (Nasdaq: DELL) posted GAAP revenue of $19.6 billion -- a 21% year-over-year increase -- and an operating loss of $533 million, as well as a net loss of $941 million. In the second quarter, the company had a net loss of $978 million. (See Dell Posts Q2 Loss, Signs Massive Deal With GE.)

In the third quarter, non-GAAP revenue stood at $19.9 billion and non-GAAP income stood at $1.97 billion.

Overall, Dell is continuing to absorb its EMC acquisition, as well as expand into other areas, including cloud and IoT.

In October, CEO Michael Dell introduced a new IoT strategy that will leverage all the various businesses that make up Dell Technologies, including Dell EMC , VMware Inc. (NYSE: VMW), Secureworks, RSA, Boomi and Virtustream. (See Dell Putting Its Company Muscle Behind New IoT Strategy.)

(Source: Dell Technologies)

"Our strategy to be the essential infrastructure provider is resonating with our customers, who turn to Dell Technologies to transform and digitize their environments," Jeff Clarke, vice-chairman of products and operations at Dell, wrote in a December 7 statement.

Within the Infrastructure Solutions Group (ISG), which includes Dell's cloud and infrastructure businesses, the company saw revenue of $7.5 billion, a 2% quarter-over-quarter increase, with operating income of $678 million. Server and networking revenue totaled $3.9 billion, an 3% quarter-over-quarter increase, and storage remained flat at $3.7 billion.

Within ISG, the company saw increased interest for its VxRail hyperconverged appliance, which the company recently updated with support for its newer PowerEdge servers. (See Dell Brings Hyperconverged Appliances to Latest PowerEdge Servers.)

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In addition, VMware posted $2 billion in revenue during the quarter, with operating income of $639 million. (See VMware's Cloud Fortunes Continue in Q3.)

Within its Client Solutions Group, which includes the company's sprawling PC division, revenue stood at $10 billion, an 8% increase from a year ago. Operating income stood at $672 million, a 6% increase. Dell saw increases in notebook sales in both consumer sales as well as enterprise purchases.

While Dell Technologies is now a privately held company, it continues to report its quarterly results. In addition to the financial numbers released Thursday, the company also noted that it paid down $1.7 billion in debt during the last three months, and has now paid down $9.7 billion in debt since the EMC deal closed.

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— Scott Ferguson, Editor, Enterprise Cloud News. Follow him on Twitter @sferguson_LR.

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