by Brian Beeler

StorageReview Podcast #9: EMC World 2016 - Chris Ratcliffe

Chris Ratcliffe is an SVP of Marketing within EMC's Core Technologies Division. Chris talks largely about Unity in this podcast, diving into everything that makes Unity unique for the midmarket. Especially interesting is Unity was built from the ground up from a clean slate, the first time EMC has engaged in such a project in at least ten years. Unity can be deployed as an appliance (flash or hybrid), virtually or part of a VCE engineered solution.

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by Brian Beeler

Chris Ratcliffe, EMC

Chris Ratcliffe is an SVP of Marketing within EMC's Core Technologies Division. Chris talks largely about Unity in this podcast, diving into everything that makes Unity unique for the midmarket. Especially interesting is Unity was built from the ground up from a clean slate, the first time EMC has engaged in such a project in at least ten years. Unity can be deployed as an appliance (flash or hybrid), virtually or part of a VCE engineered solution.

by Brian Beeler

Peter Smails, EMC

Peter Smails is VP Product Marketing, Core Technologies. Peter's responsibilities include several launches at EMC World including Unity, Data Domain Cloud Tier and a suite of copy data management offerings. We dive in further on the latter two in this podcast, addressing in large part the data management problem created by copy sprawl and how EMC intends to give deeper insights and analytics to help organizations get a better handle on their data.

by Brian Beeler

StorageReview Podcast #8: EMC World 2016 - Peter Smails

Peter Smails is VP Product Marketing, Core Technologies. Peter's responsibilities include several launches at EMC World including Unity, Data Domain Cloud Tier and a suite of copy data management offerings. We dive in further on the latter two in this podcast, addressing in large part the data management problem created by copy sprawl and how EMC intends to give deeper insights and analytics to help organizations get a better handle on their data.

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by Brian Beeler

Danny Cobb, EMC

Danny Cobb is VP, Core Technologies with an emphasis on flash and emerging technologies. On the podcast Danny dives into his role within EMC which includes working with both leading edge customers and suppliers to understand what's next in terms of storage, emerging memories and other technologies that will shape the way storage is deployed years from now. 

by Brian Beeler

StorageReview Podcast #7: EMC World 2016 - Danny Cobb

Danny Cobb is VP, Core Technologies with an emphasis on flash and emerging technologies. On the podcast Danny dives into his role within EMC which includes working with both leading edge customers and suppliers to understand what's next in terms of storage, emerging memories and other technologies that will shape the way storage is deployed years from now.

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by Adam Armstrong

Brocade Gen 6 FC Optimize EMC Unity Performance

Today at EMC World 2016, Brocade announced that its Gen 6 Fibre Channel and IP storage networking technologies would be providing a network foundation for the EMC Unity solution. According to Brocade, this technology will optimize the performance, availability, and reliability of Unity storage deployments.

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by Adam Armstrong

EMC Announces InfoArchive 4.0

Today at EMC World 2016, EMC Corporation’s Enterprise Content Division (ECD) announced the latest version of its unified enterprise platform that powers “extreme” compliant archiving scenarios at petabyte scale, InfoArchive 4.0. Enterprises need a solution to archive legacy apps as they continue to modernize their data centers and applications. InfoArchive 4.0 can help reduce costs while securing and leveraging large amounts of critical application data and content.

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by Adam Armstrong

EMC Unveils Suite Of Intuitive, Cloud-Native Content Apps

Today at EMC World 2016, EMC Corporation’s Enterprise Content Division (ECD) unveiled a new a suite of purpose-built, cloud-native content apps that ECD claims are designed to revolutionize the content management industry and transform interactions with business content, EMC LEAP. The EMC LEAP apps are designed to deliver enterprise-grade content management capabilities combined with intuitive user experience for diverse business use cases.

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by Adam Armstrong

EMC Introduces New eCDM & eCDA Software

Today at EMC World, EMC Corporation introduced new software that is design to address expanding data, specifically data volume that is generated from multiple copies of the same data (copy data). The software is EMC Enterprise Copy Data Management (eCDM), which EMC states will help companies control copy data in both costs and management. EMC is also announcing an analytics offering that compliments eCDM, EMC Enterprise Copy Data Analytics (eCDA).

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