Dell announced on Tuesday that it was experiencing intermittent service outages affecting the server farms of about 100 of its worldwide customer base.
Those customers are primarily in the U.S., Canada and Europe.
In an announcement, the company said that the outage affected about 100 employees and contractors.
The company has also said that its customers have experienced a number of outages since the system upgrade in December 2016.
The outage affected Dell’s data centers in the United States, the European Union and India.
Dell has said it expects to have the systems back online by Tuesday.
In the United Kingdom, the outage affects several hundred employees, mostly in the City of Oxford.
It affected three data centers, including the two in the city’s south side, one in the south of the city, and one in Southport.
A spokesman for the City Council has confirmed that one of the data centers is still down.
In India, it affects several thousand employees and about 60 contractors.
India’s IT ministry has said that about 20,000 customers have been affected.
In a statement, Dell said that it is working with its customers to resolve the issue.
“The outage was not caused by a network failure.
Rather, it is the result of a change in the hardware and software configurations,” the statement said.
“As we are working closely with our customers to mitigate the impact on the impacted data centers and provide support to customers affected, we will provide more information as we learn more.”