Posts Tagged ‘EMC

  • Enterprise-class managed hosting services provider Windstream Hosted Solutions has launched its second-generation cloud computing platform. The platform incorporates technology enhancements to Windstream Hosted Solutions’ existing cloud services offering, including services from VMware, NetApp and EMC to provide a service that can serve businesses’ production and disaster recovery requirements.
  • The second generation cloud project is an blend of technology enhancements to the Windstream cloud services offering. Windstream Hosted Solutions offers a ‘Hi-Touch’ consultative approach while providing self-service capacities through the use of VMware vCloud Director, custom RTO/RPO capacities utilising NetApp SnapMirror, EMC RecoverPoint, all working together with VCE Vblock compute. These capacities, combined with the power of the Windstream network, provide a cloud computing experience for customers.
  • Clients taking utility of Windstream Hosted Solutions’ cloud services are also able to use MPLS networking.
  • Windstream Hosted Solutions launched its cloud capacity at its Charlotte facility in response to the increased demand from prospects and clients for hybrid cloud connectivity. Windstream plans several more deployments across the country in early 2012.

  • At Oracle OpenWorld, EMC is highlighting new technologies and solutions enabling Oracle users to accelerate their journey to the cloud and more effectively capture Big Data.


  • New EMC Proven Oracle Performance Solution doubles the performance of Oracle Database 11g RAC, running OLTP workloads in both physical and VMware vSphere virtual environments, utilizing Oracle Direct NFS on EMC VNX unified storage with the FAST Cache technology.


  • New whitepaper shows how EMC IT achieved up to 13X faster queries and decreased data load times from six days to just 29 minutes after deploying the EMC Greenplum Data Computing Appliance (DCA) in its global data warehouse infrastructure.


  • EMC has a broad range of Oracle solutions for its Symmetrix VMAX enterprise storage systems, which are closely integrated with the features in Oracle databases and applications.


  • New IDC user survey names EMC the leading provider of storage technology in Oracle and other mission critical environments.

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  • EMC Corp. recently announced that it has opened a new datacenter in Durham, North Carolina. The 450,000 square foot Center of Excellence (COE) is EMC’s seventh datacenter and the first one in the US. The other six COE’s are located in India, China, Egypt, Israel, Ireland and Russia.


  • The new COE will extend EMC’s private cloud and will support more than 50,000 users across 400 corporate offices in more than 80 countries. In addition to the data center, the COE includes 130,000 square feet of space for research and development labs. COEs perform essential services for EMC business units, including engineering and research and development, customer service, translation services, IT and technical support, and customer executive briefings.


  • With the increasing spending on IT and rapid growth of virtualization and cloud computing, huge data centers have become a necessity in the global IT environment. Worldwide IT spending is expected to total $3.67 trillion in 2011, a 7.1% increase from $3.43 trillion in 2010, according to the latest outlook from Gartner. Spending on public cloud services are expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate of 19% for the 2010-2015 period.


  • According to market research firm Infonetics, North American enterprises plan to increase their data center infrastructure spending by roughly 25% in 2011.


  • We believe the increasing adoption of cloud-based technology will be a key growth driver for EMC. EMC has invested $40.0 million in the cloud infrastructure business and expects to grow from its cloud-computing initiatives. Moreover, new products and cloud-computing initiatives are expected to drive revenue growth in 2011 and beyond.

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