In this EMC supplier profile you will find a special nine page report from Computer Weekly analysing the challenges facing EMC, along with figures about its financial performance, the services it offers, its place in the market and what the future may hold for the supplier.
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Overview of EMC
EMC was incorporated in Massachusetts in 1979, and is headquartered in Hopkinton, Massachusetts It operates in two broad categories: its information infrastructure business, and its VMware virtual infrastructure operation, represented by its majority stake in VMware.
The company is divided into several segments. Information Storage handles its core storage products, and EMC Global Services helps customer to design and deploy storage systems in their organisations. RSA Information Security handles its security presence, while the Information Intelligence Group helps customers to use their information more effectively in areas such as governance and records management. VMware focuses on virtual and cloud-based offerings.
This special nine-page report from Computer Weekly analyses the challenges facing EMC, its financial performance, the services it offers, its place in the IT market and its future strategy. Packed with graphs and diagrams, the report is essential reading for any organisation already working with, or thinking of working with, EMC.
Key Facts about EMC
Headquartered: Hopkinton, Massachusetts, USA
Employees: 48,500 (9,000 of whom are employed by VMware).
President and CEO: Joseph Tucci
Main source of revenue: Information storage
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EMC products and product families
Centera Archiving Hardware
Data Domain back and recovery hardware
VNX unified storage
DiskXtender data migration software
EMC SourceOne Archiving
Backup & Recovery
Data Domain deduping hardware
Disk Library virtual tape
Avamar backup and recovery
NetWorker next generation data protection
Data Protection Advisor
Enterprise content management
Celerra Replicator Software
Replication Enabler for Exchange 2010
Software Development Kit and Driver
Third-Party Products (EMC Select)
Key executives at EMC
EMC UK local executive team
• Adrian McDonald, president, EMEA-North
• Chris Roche, senior technical services director, UK & Ireland
• Phil Brennan, regional services director, UK & Ireland
• Steve O’Neill, finance & business operations director
Joseph M. Tucci, chairman of the board of directors, president and chief executive officer of EMC Corporation:
Joe Tucci has been EMC’s chairman since January 2006 and CEO since January 2001, one year after he joined the company as president and chief operating officer. He is also chairman of the board of directors of VMware Corporation.
William J. Teuber, vice-chairman, EMC:
William J. (Bill) Teuber has been vicechairman at EMC Corporation since May 2006. In this role he leads EMC Customer Operations, the company’s worldwide sales and distribution organisation.
Pat Gelsinger, president and chief operating officer, EMC Information Infrastructure Products:
Gelsinger, formerly of Intel, is responsible for EMC’s Information Infrastructure product portfolio, including its Information Storage, RSA Information Security, Content Management, Ionix IT management and Data Computing divisions. He reports to Joe Tucci, EMC’s chairman, president and CEO.
Howard D. Elias, president and chief operating officer, EMC Information Infrastructure and Cloud Services:
Elias governs the strategy for EMC services in the area of cloud computing.
David Goulden, executive vicepresident and chief financial officer:
In addition to his financial role, Goulden also heads up the firm’s information technology and investor relations functions.
Key UK customers
East Carolina University
Maine Medical Center
South Carolina Department of Corrections
Mary Greeley Medical Center
California Department of Justice
Manila Electric Company