Dell Technologies has announced completion of the acquisition of EMC Corporation, creating a unique family of businesses that provides the “essential infrastructure for organisations to build their digital future.”
Dell’s massive acquisition of EMC reportedly has passed legal muster in China, clearing what is expected to be its last hurdle.
EMC’s first milestone was the introduction of the Symmetrix 4200 Integrated Cache Disk Array in 1990, which had a capacity of 24 gigabytes, and used RAID technology.
EMC shareholders have approved the company’s upcoming multi-billion dollar acquisition by Dell, setting the wheels in motion for what’s been coined as the biggest technology merger in the industry.
EMC’s Stephen Manley, CTO of the company’s Core Technologies Division, discussed some of the challenges of shifting away from tape storage at EMC World.
CNME reports from EMC World 2016, where company chairman Joe Tucci joined Dell CEO Michael Dell in announcing major changes to come once its $67 billion acquisition – the largest of its kind in technology history – has been completed.
EMC and VMware announced the new VCE VxRail Appliance family, the only integrated and jointly engineered hyper-converged infrastructure appliances (HCIA) for VMware environments.
Veeam Software has recently announced the general availability of Veeam Availability Suite v9, the latest version of the availability solution aimed at helping organisations deliver on the ‘Always-On Enterprise.’
Dell is reportedly in talks to acquire enterprise storage company EMC, marking a new chapter in the PC maker’s history.
The EMC Federation has previewed updates to the Federation Enterprise Hybrid Cloud Solution at VMworld, announced a new Federation End-User Computing solution and a new Business Partner Programme.