The solutions will be available under three Lots – desktops, notebooks and one-stop-shop services.
Dell is to provide its latest computing solutions to universities for the next four years after receiving the go-ahead from the National Desktop and Notebook Agreement (NDNA).
Dell, which recently launched version 6 of Dell Wyse WSM, is now certified to provide IT solutions in six National Framework Agreements.
The solutions will be available to universities under three Lots – desktops, notebooks and one-stop-shop services, which are worth about £310m over the next four years.
Mike Kilner, contracts manager at the London Universities Purchasing consortium – one of six across the UK – said: "The tender process for a new supplier is often expensive and lengthy so the pre-tendered framework agreement offered by the NDNA is ideal for our needs.
"The NDNA allows Higher Education and Further Education Institutions to make sure that we consistently receive best value for every desktop, notebook or tablet we buy. Dell clearly demonstrated during the rigorous tender process that it provides a very positive experience as well as value for its customers."
Dell has supplied desktop and notebook devices to more than 40% of the UK’s universities including University College London and the University of Cambridge.