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Dell Technologies Shares Plummet 21 percent on Gross Margin Contraction

Dell Technologies (NYSE:DELL) shares dropped 21% intra-day today following the release of its Q1 results, which showed a 2.5% decrease in gross margins, driven by a slowdown in demand for its AI servers.
The tech giant reported first-quarter revenue of $22.2 billion, a 6% increase from the same period last year and above the consensus estimate of $21.65 billion.
The company’s Infrastructure Solutions Group (ISG) was a highlight, with revenue up 22% year-over-year to $9.2 billion, driven by a record 42% increase in servers and networking revenue, which reached $5.5 billion.
Conversely, the Client Solutions Group (CSG) saw flat year-over-year revenue at $12.0 billion, with a modest 3% rise in commercial client revenue.
Dell’s adjusted earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter came in at $1.27, slightly exceeding the analyst estimate of $1.25, but representing a 3% decrease from the previous year.

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