Michael Dell, founder, chairman and CEO of Dell Technologies, delivers a speech at the company's annual summit held in Beijing in October. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]Dell Technologies is gearing up operations in China with over $33 billion in investment each year, as the US tech giant looks to meet the nation's increasing demands in 5G, big data and artificial intelligence despite trade uncertainties.
"Dell has run quite substantially in the country. We are here in China, for China," said Michael Dell, founder, chairman and CEO of Dell Technologies.
The company has been the "witness, participant and beneficiary" of the country's reform and opening-up and has made its own contributions, he said.
With opportunities brought by 5G, big data and AI, he said Dell will continue to boost efforts to unlock the country's huge potential.
According to Huang Chenhong, president of Dell in China, the US firm has poured at least $33 billion in China each year, with two global service centers, three factories, eight research and development centers, 12,500 staff in total and 64,000 hours of charity work per year.