Posts Tagged ‘EMC’
Lenovo is unveiling computing devices at CES, but its trump card may be the storage devices from its joint venture LenovoEMC: network-attached storage appliances at reasonable prices.
Integrated infrastructure and platforms sales jumped 68.5 percent last quarter. The space now accounts for some $1.4 billion in sales with vendors delivering more than 622 petabytes of new storage capacity in Q3, a 101 percent increase over the same period in 2012.
Mozy, the EMC-owned cloud-based backup company, is looking to build momentum for its service by merging backup and file sharing functionality, as well as making it easier for solution providers to manage the service.
Start-up Pure Storage claims EMC acquired one of its flash arrays from a reseller before letting its Xtremio team loose on the technology.
Pivotal is starting to make some noise announcing this week the acquisition of Xtreme Labs in a play aimed at agile enterprise mobile app development.
Converged infrastructure specialist VCE revamps its partner program to make it easier for midmarket partners building a data center practice to get involved
To give customers options beyond just cloud, EMC is planning a line of on-premises storage equipment supported by a simplified supply and deployment system. On the surface, the plan smacks of fighting the inevitability of cloud overtake.
As VMware broadens its borders beyond its sweet spot in server virtualization, does it risk coming into increased conflict with allies and channel partners?
China’s Ministry of Public Security and an independent research center are preparing to investigate IBM Corp., Oracle Corp. and EMC Corp. over national security concerns.
Bill Veghte’s appointment atop HP Enterprise Group underlines the growing importance of software in the company’s efforts to reinvent its enterprise business.