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176 South Street

Hopkinton, MA 01748

United States

Phone: 508-435-1000


EMC Corporation and its subsidiaries develop, deliver, and support the information technology (IT) industry’s range of 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 comprises three segments: Information Storage, RSA Information Security, and Information Intelligence Group. Information Storage This segment offers a portfolio of enterprise storage systems and software, including high-end EMC VMAX and mid-tier EMC VNX unified storage, and a portfolio of backup products that support a range of enterprise application workloads. The company’s two additional storage families, EMC Isilon and EMC Atmos, are primarily designed to handle various unstructured data. As the foundation of an information infrastructure within traditional data centers, virtual data centers, and cloud-based IT infrastructures, the company’s storage systems could 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. The company serves the high-end storage market. Following a major refresh of the EMC VMAX family, in 2013, the company continued building upon the systems with updates to the VMAX operating software (Enginuity), adding multiple new features to the VMAX family, new 16Gb Fibre Channel support, as well as adding various data protection capabilities to the company’s SRDF and RecoverPoint products. In addition, the company doubled the performance of the VMAX 10K and added the new VMAX 10K Block and File array, which adds file capabilities without a NAS gateway. The VMAX 10K brings the company’s offering within the reach of smaller enterprise customers. The company also serves the mid-range storage market with its EMC VNX unified storage family, which includes the VNX and VNXe. In 2013, the company launched the new VNX Series, which delivers approximately four-times the performance of the previous generation. VNX solutions are available as part of both VSPEX infrastructure and VCE Vblock converged infrastructure to enable cloud deployments with integrated servers, storage, network, hypervisor, and management in a configuration. The company has developed flash portfolios in the industry, including flash-optimized hybrid arrays, server-flash solutions, and all-flash arrays. It is focused on serving the enterprise flash market with the introduction of the storage industry’s first flash-enabled enterprise storage array. In 2013, the company announced general availability of XtremIO, marking the industry’s first all-flash array to provide high performance to any application workload over any period of time, regardless of whether the array is idle or busy, and empty or full. The company also added a new line of PCIe-based flash cards that accelerate application performance to the Xtrem Family of flash-optimized server and storage products. In addition, it announced a new version of XtremCache software, enabling distributed cache coherency for Oracle Corporation (Oracle) RAC environments. This helps maintain data consistency across a server cluster. Its flash portfolio, plus its new emerging technology with ScaleIO, a server SAN solution, addresses different market segments, and uses cases, workloads, applications, budgets, and deployment scenarios based on customer needs. EMC Isilon storage systems manage Big Data storage environments by offering a scale-out NAS architecture that enables scaling of both capacity and performance while decreasing the need for management resources. In 2013, the company introduced a new version of its operating system, OneFS 7.1, which includes improvements that support next-generation workflows and applications, such as enterprise IT file based workloads, Big Data analytics, and mobi


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