back to article Dell trademarks everything it does as 'Cross Cloud'

Dell has filed a trademark for 'Cross Cloud' that covers just about everything it does. And when we say everything we mean it: the trademark covers printer cartridges, servers, headphones, all manner of consulting services and even leasing. The descriptions of what the trademark covers run to 1,500 words. So what's Dell up to …

  1. frank ly

    Hmm

    Does this mean that nobody else can advertise 'cross-cloud' migration/computing services, etc. ? Maybe they'll need to call it 'intercloud' services.

  2. Noonoot

    Cross as in pissed off? Opens up opportunities to take the mick when something doesn't work.

    "I use Cross Cloud"

    "Well, I use Angry Cloud"

    "Who cares! I use Pissed Cloud"

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Bless my soul!

    That's going to play really well in non-Christian markets.

    1. Fungus Bob

      Re: Bless my soul!

      Crescent cloud, maybe?

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