Beauty & The Beast

Jeremy Burton

Jeremy Burton

President, Products & Marketing
Jeremy Burton is President, Products and Marketing at EMC Corporation. He was appointed in March 2014 and is responsible for all product divisions, including development and coordination of cross business unit product operations, the Office of the CTO and Global Marketing. He is based at EMC's offices in Santa Clara, California, United States.

After watching a rerun of the EMC World opening session I felt compelled to underscore the excitement we’re seeing from our customers regarding “The Beast” aka XtremIO 4.0!

XtremeIO 4.0Of course bigger clusters, bigger capacities and bigger IOPS numbers tend to get all the fanfare at a launch event but, perhaps surprisingly, these capabilities are not the sole reason customers select XtremIO for their transactional workloads.

Deep within “The Beast” is something of inherent beauty – an architecture that can start small and grow to over a petabyte. An architecture that scales out linearly and delivers consistent, predictable sub-millisecond latency. An architecture that enables data services to be inline, all of the time. And an architecture that enables incredible simplicity and ease of use. Continue reading

Virtustream: a Transformational Move for EMC

Joe Tucci

Joe Tucci

Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Joe Tucci is Chairman of the Board of Directors and CEO of EMC Corporation. He has been EMC's Chairman since January 2006 and CEO since January 2001, a year after he joined the company as President and Chief Operating Officer. He is also Chairman of the Board of Directors of VMware Corporation. He is based at EMC's corporate headquarters in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, United States.

Virtustream NEW tagline 186cAs I am sure you have read or heard about by now, EMC has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Virtustream, a clear leader in enterprise-class managed cloud software and services. Every business and business unit in the EMC family is absolutely thrilled that Virtustream will be joining our Federation. Continue reading

How Would You Like Your Cloud?

Howard Elias

Howard Elias

President & Chief Operating Officer, Global Enterprise Services
Howard Elias is President and Chief Operating Officer of EMC Global Enterprise Services. He has overall responsibility for setting the strategy, driving execution, and creating best practices for EMC's consulting services, technology professional services, operational services, and global customer support organizations. He also has responsibility for corporate shared services including global IT, Centers of Excellence, and manufacturing and supply chain operations. In addition, he leads EMC's cloud service provider partner program. He is based at EMC’s corporate headquarters in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, United States.

Clouds come in many flavors to suit different types of applications and address a myriad of customer needs, but what if I told you we can now cater to all?

I’m delighted with this morning’s announcement about EMC’s decision to enter into an agreement to  acquire Virtustream, a leading enterprise-class managed cloud software and services provider with a strong track record of running large scale, mission-critical managed applications, including SAP, in the cloud. They have done this for many recognized global brands, including The Coca-Cola Company, Heinz and Kawasaki. This decision represents a transformational step forward in our Federation strategy, enabling us to offer customers the industry’s most comprehensive end-to-end solution, across the full portfolio of applications, and with all cloud models, both on and off premises. Continue reading

Redefining the Future

Kathrin Winkler

Kathrin Winkler

Senior Vice President & Chief Sustainability Officer

474926_sustainability_2015_cover_executivereport_FINAL_notypeToday, EMC published our eighth annual sustainability report: Redefine the Future.

People often make the mistake of thinking this report is just about “being green” with nothing but statistics about emissions reduction and waste avoidance. But that barely scratches the surface! Continue reading