EMC is a multinational provider of products and services related to cloud computing, storage, big data, data analytics, information security, content management and converged infrastructure. EMC was acquired by Dell in September 2016 and the company was renamed to Dell EMC.EMC products and services include:
- VSPEX™ BLUE, a hyper-converged appliance from EMC Corporation that includes compute, memory and storage resources in a single device.
- EMC NetWorker, a backup software platform for the enterprise.
- EMC Federation Enterprise Hybrid Cloud, a reference architecture for a storage platform designed to integrate public and private cloud storage.
- MozyEnterprise, a subscription-based online data backup service for business.
- Atmos, an object-based cloud storage platform targeting service providers and large enterprises that want to build private clouds.
- EMC Cloud Architect (EMCCA), a certification and training offering that covers high-level cloud architecture and design concepts.
Richard Egan and Roger Marino (the E and M in EMC) founded EMC in 1979 in Newton, Massachusetts. Dell EMC headquarters are in Hopkinton, Massachusetts.
As a member of the Dell Technologies unique family of businesses, Dell EMC serves a key role in providing the essential infrastructure for organizations to build their digital future, transform IT and protect their most important asset, information. Dell EMC enables our enterprise customers’ IT and digital business transformation through trusted hybrid cloud and big-data solutions, built upon a modern data center infrastructure that incorporates industry-leading converged infrastructure, servers, storage, and cybersecurity technologies.
Dell EMC brings together Dell’s and EMC’s respective strong capabilities and complementary portfolios, sales teams and R&D. We seek to become the technology industry’s most trusted advisor, providing capabilities spanning strategy development, consultative services and solution deployment and support to help our customers and partners drive the digital transformation of their businesses.
We work with organizations around the world, in every industry, in the public and private sectors, and of every size, from startups to the Fortune Global 500. Our customers include global money center banks and other leading financial services firms, manufacturers, healthcare and life sciences organizations, Internet service and telecommunications providers, airlines and transportation companies, educational institutions, and public sector agencies.
Definition – What does EMC Storage mean?
EMC storage refers to the various storage products, systems and services being offered by EMC Corporation, which include disk, flash and hybrid storage systems and arrays. These systems are sold to enterprises of all sizes in order to satisfy their storage needs, and, combined with EMC’s Information Management Strategy Services, enable enterprises to organize unstructured information as well as to focus on reducing storage cost and increasing security.
Techopedia explains EMC Storage
EMC storage refers to the storage-related products and services of EMC that it sells through its partners and resellers. EMC storage may also refer to the company’s core technologies, which include tools that help organizations empower themselves through information by helping them with the design, implementation and management of robust, flexible, scalable and secure storage and information infrastructure.
EMC storage is widely known for providing storage clusters with high capacity and good I/O performance, which are essential for virtualized and cloud computing environments. The company’s flash-based storage arrays are especially useful for high I/O workloads.