Michael Dell has celebrated 35 years of his eponymous company by tweeting a nostalgic video of its history.
The chief exec narrated a video on Twitter recounting the firm's founding, noting how far it has grown in size and scope since he started it selling "souped-up" computers as a student.
"I believed that people needed access to affordable technology, and over the next 10 years we grew into a company that helped democratise the PC," he says in the video.
The last 35 years have been great fun but we've barely just begun https://t.co/5t5FaVqnFI— Michael Dell (@MichaelDell) March 28, 2019
"The Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, virtual reality and the cloud are unleashing an unprecedented wave of innovation and progress," he states.
"At Dell Technologies we are creating technology that is driving this revolution and shaping our digital future.
"We have always believed that if we build the right technology, we can advance human progress. When I look at what lies ahead I realise that we've barely just begun."
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