The founder and CEO of Dell Technologies says that the company's rapid growth in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), which has outpaced that in the rest of the world, is a direct result of the massive opportunity in the region."Ultimately, we've invested where there has been opportunity," Michael Dell told Business Times this week. "The EMEA region has been a great performer, with fantastic capabilities and great teams. We've given the team a lot of resources, and customers have responded. It's a familiar story, because it has also happened in other regions."Dell was talking at the end of the Dell Technologies World expo in Las Vegas, which drew a record 15,000 paying delegates this week. The event came in the wake of the company reporting its first quarterly results since relisting after its record $67bn (R967bn) acquisition of storage giant EMC. Revenue for the quarter reached $21.4bn, up 19% from the previous quarter.The company also recorded its fifth consecutive quart...

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