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Last $26.50 USD
Change Today +0.08 / 0.30%
Volume 7.3M
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EMC Corporation (EMC) develops, delivers, and supports information infrastructure and virtual infrastructure technologies, solutions, and services. Businesses The company manages its business as three federated businesses: EMC Information Infrastructure; Pivotal Software, Inc. (Pivotal); and VMware, Inc. (VMware) Virtual Infrastructure. EMC Information Infrastructure This business provides a foundation for organizations to store, manage, protect, analyze, and secure information. This business consists of three segments: Information Storage, Enterprise Content Division, and RSA Information Security. Information Storage This segment offers a portfolio of enterprise storage systems and software, including EMC hybrid VMAX and mid-tier EMC VNX hybrid flash unified storage systems and EMC XtremIO all-flash storage arrays. EMC also offers a portfolio of backup products that support a range of enterprise application workloads. EMC Isilon, EMC Atmos and Elastic Cloud Storage (ECS) are storage families specifically designed to handle quantities of unstructured data, while software offerings, such as ViPR and Storage Resource Manager (SRM) automate the provisioning and management of storage networks and arrays. As the foundation of an information infrastructure within traditional data centers, virtual data centers and cloud-based IT infrastructures, EMC storage systems can be deployed in storage-area networks (SAN), networked-attached storage (NAS), unified storage combining NAS and SAN, object storage and/or direct-attached storage environments. In 2014, the company worked to integrate Information Storage products with those of VMware and Pivotal. The VMAX3 hybrid systems, including the 100K, 200K and 400K are purpose-built to support the hybrid cloud by meeting the performance requirements of dynamic mixed workloads. EMC also leads the mid-range storage market with its EMC VNX unified storage family, which includes the VNX and VNXe. During 2014, the company advanced its position in the data protection market with new products and solutions that enable customers to address data protection requirements that are emerging with the rise of the third platform of IT. The company's mainstay data protection offerings, such as EMC Data Domain, EMC Avamar, EMC NetWorker and EMC RecoverPoint, were all upgraded in 2014, adding new functionality for cloud, multi-tenancy capabilities and integration points with cloud platforms, such as VMware vCloud Air, Microsoft’s Azure and Hypervisor and Amazon. New solutions like EMC ProtectPoint, which integrates Data Domain data protection with the company’s new VMAX3 platform, and RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines were released, further building out EMC’s portfolio and supporting customers’ migration to hybrid cloud environments. In 2014, the company introduced a new version of its OneFS operating systems designed to support next-generation cloud, analytics and mobile workflows. It also introduced groundbreaking technology in the enterprise-grade, scale-out Data Lake. In 2014, EMC redefined scale-out NAS through two new EMC Isilon platforms - the Isilon S210 and Isilon X410. The comapny offers the ViPR branded Software-Defined Storage Platform. ViPR Controller is storage automation software that centralizes and transforms storage into an extensible and open platform. ViPR Controller also manages software defined block-storage capabilities on top of commodity hardware through ScaleIO. EMC ScaleIO software is server-based SAN software that converges storage and compute resources to form a single-layer, enterprise-grade block storage product. ScaleIO storage is elastic, delivers linearly scalable performance and its scale-out architecture can grow from a few to various servers. ViPR Data Services provide cloud storage capabilities like Object (S3, Swift, Atmos APIs) and HDFS that can be deployed on a customer’s choice of file storage. ECS Software is ViPR Data Services software branded uniquely for deployment on commodity hardware. It provides industrial Scale-out, Geo-replicated, Global Namespace Object storage platform that is deployed entirely in software on top of commodity

 

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Price/Earnings 21.0x
Price/Sales 2.1x
Price/Book 2.5x
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