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Last $26.48 USD
Change Today -0.71 / -2.61%
Volume 11.8M
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emc corp/ma (EMC) Snapshot

Open
$27.03
Previous Close
$27.19
Day High
$27.12
Day Low
$26.46
52 Week High
12/26/14 - $30.92
52 Week Low
05/7/14 - $25.05
Market Cap
51.4B
Average Volume 10 Days
15.3M
EPS TTM
$1.44
Shares Outstanding
1.9B
EX-Date
03/30/15
P/E TM
18.4x
Dividend
$0.46
Dividend Yield
1.74%
Current Stock Chart for EMC CORP/MA (EMC)

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emc corp/ma (EMC) Details

EMC Corporation develops, delivers, and supports information infrastructure and virtual infrastructure technologies, solutions, and services. It offers enterprise storage systems and software deployed in storage area networks (SAN), networked attached storage (NAS), unified storage combining NAS and SAN, object storage, and/or direct attached storage environments, as well as provides a portfolio of backup products that support a range of enterprise application workloads. The company also offers security solutions that are engineered to provide customers the ability to detect, investigate, and respond to advanced threats; confirm and manage identities; and prevent intellectual property theft, fraud, and cybercrime. In addition, it provides enterprise software and cloud solutions, including EMC Documentum portfolio, which offers information, content management, enterprise archiving, and customer communications; and EMC Syncplicity, which provides secure online file synchronization, sharing, and collaboration. Further, the company provides Pivotal Big Data Suite, a subscription-based software, support, and maintenance package; Pivotal Labs that utilize pair programming methodology to teach customers to build next generation software; and Pivotal Cloud Foundry, an open source, cloud-independent platform-as-a-service. Additionally, it offers virtualization infrastructure solutions, which include a suite of products and services designed to deliver a software-defined data center, run on industry-standard desktop computers and servers, and support a range of operating system and application environments, as well as networking and storage infrastructures. The company also provides installation, professional, software and hardware maintenance, and training services. EMC Corporation markets its products through various distribution channels, as well as directly worldwide. The company was founded in 1979 and is headquartered in Hopkinton, Massachusetts.

70,000 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/27/15
Founded in 1979

emc corp/ma (EMC) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, President,...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.0M
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice Pr...
Total Annual Compensation: $467.3K
Chief Executive Officer of EMC Information In...
Total Annual Compensation: $850.0K
President of Products & Marketing - Emc Infor...
Total Annual Compensation: $768.8K
President of Global Enterprise Services and C...
Total Annual Compensation: $750.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

emc corp/ma (EMC) Key Developments

EMC Corporation Announces Major Bew Platforms and Enhancements

EMC Corporation announced major new platforms and enhancements that span the portfolio of EMC® XtremIO™, EMC VMAX3™, VCE®, EMC VNX®, EMC Data Domain® and EMC Data Protection Suite™ products. EMC is introducing major updates to its XtremIO all-flash array and the VMAX3 Enterprise Data Service Platform. Both products not only deliver breakthrough performance, automation and data service capabilities, but have been specifically designed to dramatically reduce management overhead, reducing the amount of time required to do common tasks from hours to minutes, or eliminating them altogether. VCE is announcing a new family of Hyper-Converged RackScale Systems that enable enterprises and Service Providers to dramatically simplify the deployment of next-generation scale-out Mobile, Cloud and distributed Tier 2 applications. The VxRack™ System enables customers to start from dozens of servers and scaling to many thousands of servers -- tens of petabytes of storage capacity while guaranteeing the performance and $/IOPS. Most importantly, VCE brings its proven methodology of pre-engineered factory built infrastructure with single call life cycle support to deliver a massively scaled out Hyper-Converged VxRack with the same unmatched VCE customer experience. In addition, for those IT organizations looking to Software-Defined Storage to provide agility and flexibility for their development and operational (DevOps) environments, EMC is announcing general availability of the first fully virtualized EMC VNXe® software stack (formerly known as Project Liberty). The EMC vVNX™ Community Edition software stack is designed to provide customers with the ability to create test and development environments based on VNXe storage without a dedicated storage hardware system and stand up multiple virtual VNXe instances cost effectively, using industry-standard server hardware. Additionally for the VNX family, EMC is releasing a new VNXe3200 all-flash variant. Sold through EMC's Business Partner Program network, the 3 TB VNXe3200 is one of the most affordable unified all flash arrays on the market with a starting price of under $25,000. EMC has optimized its products to deliver cloud capabilities across its portfolio, enabling customers to leverage public, private and hybrid cloud as a low-cost and flexible storage and data protection tier. EMC is extending this further with the launch of EMC CloudBoost™ and EMC CloudArray® software. The new CloudArray software enables tiering to cloud or object storage from the VMAX3 platform, lowering TCO by moving data to lower-cost storage. Whether used for backup and archive, file or secondary data, CloudArray technology ensures rapid accessibility allowing EMC customers to take full advantage of the cloud's greater scalability, lower costs and reduced maintenance. As businesses accelerate their use and development of next-gen, cloud-enabled applications, they have struggled to protect data across what has become the hyper-extended enterprise. As part of its ongoing strategy to protect data wherever it resides, EMC is introducing a variety of new data protection products and product enhancements including: New Data Domain purpose-built b ackup appliances and powerful new software that breaks the status quo in data protection, raising the bar for traditional backup solutions. Cloud-enablement of the Data Protection Suite with the introduction of CloudBoost software to protect data on EMC and third-party cloud services, and the addition of Office 365 protection to Spanning® by EMC. Data Protection Suite enhancements including universal search and enhancements to EMC RecoverPoint® for VMs. New Spanning Backup protection by EMC expands "born in the cloud" application data protection to Microsoft Office 365. In addition, Spanning is launching the Spanning Back-up for Good Program to offer non-profit organizations peace of mind while working in the cloud.

EMC Corporation Announces New Updates to the EMC® VMAX3™ Platform

EMC Corporation announced new updates to the EMC® VMAX3™ platform, the data service platform, fundamentally changing what has been possible with enterprise storage by delivering new levels of automation, modernization and consolidation to customers. EMC is extending enterprise data services to multiple platforms with the launch of FAST.X™, automating storage tiering across the data center. VMAX3 is a radically new approach to enterprise storage architecture, separating software-based data services from the underlying hardware, allowing the hallmark VMAX® capabilities " local replication, remote replication, and storage tiering" to extend to other platforms from EMC and third-party vendors. VMAX3 also dramatically simplifies management at scale through service level objectives (SLOs), improving overall staff productivity and allowing them to focus on the needs of the business, rather than the management of technology. This VMAX3 data service platform architecture allows customers to build a flexible storage infrastructure in which decisions are not bound by what is possible within a single "frame". Customers can now choose the optimal platform for each workload while consistently protecting and managing them based on their service levels, using VMAX capabilities. EMC is announcing an expanded set of VMAX3 data services and capabilities that further automate, consolidate and protect mission-critical IT operations. Key highlights include: VMAX3 offers automated tiering beyond and across the data center with FAST.X, extending enterprise data services to multiple platforms and extending service level objectives from VMAX3 to other storage devices. VMAX3 integration with EMC® ViPR® Controller software allows organizations to automate delivery of differentiated classes of storage services through the ViPR Controller self-service catalog. EMC is showing a proof of concept of ViPR Controller running in a VMAX3 guest container for simple SDDC deployment. VMAX3 integration with EMC® XtremIO™ flash storage allows customers to benefit from the data reduction of XtremIO while leveraging VMAX3's reliability and simplicity. EMC is also previewing an option to purchase a VMAX3 platform with integrated XtremIO X-Brick™ building blocks for easier deployment and management of low latency, compressed data tiers. VMAX3 integration with EMC® CloudArray® cloud-integrated storage moves less active workloads to more cost-efficient cloud storage resulting in up to 40% lower storage costs and highly scalable back-end capacity. Later 2015, VMAX3 will deliver active-active high availability for non-stop data access and resource balancing with newly enhanced SRDF®/Metro™ functionality. FAST.X for VMAX3 with support for XtremIO is planned for release this quarter. SRDF/Metro and FAST.X support for CloudArray and third-party storage is planned for release later 2015.

EMC Announces New Enhancements Across its Documentum Portfolio of Enterprise Content Management Applications

EMC announced new enhancements across its Documentum portfolio of enterprise content management (ECM) applications, enabling customers to further address next-generation ECM by optimizing current investments as the backbone for new business models. Latest Enhancements: Productivity, Efficiency, and Agility. The portfolio of products provide best-in-class offerings to solve customer business and content problems: The latest Documentum 7.2 platform is the faster and most secure Documentum release ever, including Top Secret-level encryption (AES-256) for content in transit and at rest, and new storage certifications enabling storage management optimization within the software-defined data center. Documentum D2 4.5 and Documentum xCP 2.2 deliver more agility and drive productivity for developers and administrators in deploying new solutions across various industries. xCP offers increased functionality for migrations and upgrades, and D2 offers an enhanced user experience with improvements to approval processes and new ways to find documents quickly. Captiva 7.5 offers distributed capture, extending Captiva's capture capability to branch offices with a more simplified user interface 'while enhancing image recognition and mobile development kits. This latest release is built around mobile use cases and features real-time Rest services. Documentum Asset Operations Mobile 1.1 extends the functionality of EMC Documentum Asset Operations, enabling maintenance and operations workers to view and submit field queries, and access critical information, such as SOPs and work orders via an iPad. The latest enhancements position information clearly as the currency of the digital business with the ability to easily and securely exchange information with the extended enterprise including customers, partners, suppliers, and remote employees anytime, anywhere, and via any device.

 

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