At EMC World, the company has introduced 42 software and hardware products for storage, data management and virtualisation, saying there is no point in taking a 'one size fits all' approach to cloud needs
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EMC has launched 42 products as it overhauls its storage, backup, virtualisation and management software portfolio. The two big themes are hybrid cloud and big data.
VMware chief on why virtualisation might hold the key...
The storage company announced a bevy of cloud-friendly announcements to better integrate its storage products with public, private and hybrid cloud architecture
The company's $2.2bn takeover of Novell has gone through, after regulators gave their approval to the sale of Novell's patents to a consortium featuring Microsoft, Apple, EMC and Oracle
The company reported strength in its international sectors, while its outlook for 2011 was light compared to Wall Street analysts' expectations
Melbourne-based ISP Enspire has embraced the cloud by transforming its business from providing internet connectivity to instead offering organisations a "hosted desktop" service using the Vblock.
Online backup service Mozy and its team will migrate to VMware, as part of an organisational shake-up, to give a research and development boost to EMC's virtualisation wing.The announcement, made by VMware on Monday, sees the EMC-owned service jump to VMware as a strategic shift within the organisation.
Cisco has launched a desktop virtualisation system along with two thin clients, in a new development for the networking company
The storage specialist has met analysts' expectations for the third quarter of 2010 with earnings of $649m, driven by rising demand for virtualisation and storage
Mid-range update cuts clicks needed in storage administration, reduces amount of input/output operations needed for standard tasks and increases the number of virtual machines per data store
Is it set to take cloud computing by storm? Or just a storm in a teacup?
Former Compaq head Michael Capellas has been named as chief executive of Acadia, a joint venture between Cisco and EMC to sell preconfigured datacentre gear
It was early 2009 when I first received word of EMC’s new Enterprise Storage, which at that time was being coined ‘The Tigron’. Rumours were abound that EMC were now going down the same route as the HDS USPV and taking the virtualisation through the array route.
Cloud computing is fostering collaboration between vendors, which could lead to benefits all round, says Lori MacVittie
The partnership plans to offer a range of datacentre infrastructure packages called Vblock, to eventually be built by a new joint venture
A new line of products called vBlock will combine storage, servers, networking and virtualisation for an integrated set of datacentre gear, according to reports
The company has integrated its existing and acquired IT management technologies into a package, named Ionix, that it says will speed the move to virtualisation in the datacentre
The storage hardware supplier with a little help from its virtualisation subsidiary reports first-quarter profits that are OK but warns that second quarter will be tougher
The company has announced an analysis tool that it says can help IT managers understand the relationships between virtual servers, physical servers and the network
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