Profile: EMC Corp (EMC.N)
29 Jul 2016
EMC Corporation (EMC), incorporated on August 23, 1979, develops, delivers and supports the information technology (IT) industry's range of information infrastructure and virtual infrastructure technologies, solutions and services. EMC manages the Company as part of a federation of businesses: EMC Information Infrastructure, VMware Virtual Infrastructure, Pivotal and Virtustream. EMC's Information Infrastructure business provides a foundation for organizations to store, manage, protect, analyze and secure information. EMC's VMware Virtual Infrastructure business is engaged in virtualization and cloud infrastructure solutions that enable businesses to help transform the way they build, deliver and consume IT resources in a manner that is based on their specific needs. EMC's Pivotal business unites strategic technology, people and programs from EMC and VMware and has built a new platform consists of data, agile development practices and a cloud independent platform-as-a-service (PaaS). These capabilities are made available through Pivotal's three primary offerings: Pivotal Cloud Foundry, the Pivotal Big Data Suite and Pivotal Labs.
EMC Information Infrastructure
EMC Information Infrastructure business consists of three segments: Information Storage, Enterprise Content Division and RSA Information Security. The Company offers a portfolio of enterprise storage systems and software, including VMAX and mid-tier VNX and XtremIO storage arrays. EMC also offers a portfolio of backup products that support a range of enterprise application workloads. EMC Isilon and Elastic Cloud Storage (ECS) are storage families designed to handle unstructured data, while software offerings, such as ViPR and Storage Resource Manager (SRM) automate the provisioning and management of storage networks and arrays. 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.
The Company provides a mix of services and consulting capabilities to assist customers. The Company's RSA Information Security segment provides cybersecurity capabilities. RSA solutions are engineered to enable organizations to detect, investigate and respond to advanced attacks; confirm and manage identities, and help reduce Internet protocol (IP) theft, fraud and cybercrime. Its RSA through portfolio of solutions, including RSA Via Access, RSA Via Lifecycle and RSA Via Governance along with RSA SecurID authentication and RSA Adaptive Authentication, addresses the needs of end users and security needs of business. RSA portfolio products also includes RSA Security Analytics, RSA ECAT and RSA Archer GRC. The Enterprise Content Division (ECD) provides enterprise software and cloud solutions that help organizations leverage their business content throughout its lifecycle to drive their digital agenda.
VMware Virtual Infrastructure
VMware offers virtualization and cloud infrastructure solutions. VMware develops and markets its product and service offerings within three main product groups: Software-Defined Data Center, Hybrid Cloud Computing and End-User Computing. VMware enables its customers to utilize off-premise vSphere-based hybrid cloud computing capacity through two offerings: VMware vCloud Air Network Service Providers (vCAN) and VMware vCloud Air (vCloud Air). The vCAN program is directed at hosting and cloud computing vendors, enabling organizations to choose between running applications in virtual machines on their own private clouds inside their data center or on public clouds hosted by a service provider. vCloud Air, built on the foundation of vSphere, is a public cloud operated by VMware that includes infrastructure and disaster recovery, while providing customers with a common platform to seamlessly extend their data center to the cloud.
VMware vCloud Air enables customers to extend the same skills, tools, networking and security models across both on-premise and off-premise environments. VMware's end user computing solutions portfolio includes Horizon workplace suites and enterprise mobile management offerings led by the Company's AirWatch mobile solutions. AirWatch business models include an on-premise solution that VMware offers through the sale of perpetual licenses and an off-premise solution that the Company offers as software-as-a-service (SaaS).
Pivotal is focused on building a platform comprising data fabrics, application fabrics and a cloud independent platform-as-a-service (PaaS) to support cloud computing and Big and Fast Data Applications. The Company's technology platform, Pivotal Cloud Foundry (Pivotal CF), develops and operates new cloud applications that can be run on multiple private and public clouds. The Company enables developers to produce applications and user experiences, as well as transform existing applications.
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Company Web Links
- BRIEF-EMC says shareholders approve merger with Dell
- BRIEF-EMC Q2 non-gaap earnings per weighted average diluted share $0.45
- BRIEF-Glass Lewis recommends EMC shareholders vote "for" proposed merger with Dell
- Dell launches $20 billion high-grade bond
- BRIEF-Vmware CEO Gelsinger to step down after Dell-EMC deal closes