A RECORD-BREAKING 2012
EMC’s full-year revenue up 9% year over year
Our first ever—EMC’s Q4 revenue grew 8% year over year
Our focus on Cloud, Big Data, and Trusted IT was rewarded in 2012 with record-breaking financial performance and market share gains in core segments of our business.
—Joseph M. Tucci
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, EMC
THE KEY TO EMC’S SUCCESS
THE EMC TRIPLE PLAY
Taking Market Share
Reinvesting for Growth
Delivering Financial Leverage
The complex challenges of expensive IT infrastructure, data growth, and security are fueling ongoing shifts to Cloud Computing, Big Data, and Trusted IT. These high-priority spending areas represent market segments where EMC has established leadership positions and competitive advantages.
VCE: One of the fastest-growing companies in IT history
The global leader in virtualization and cloud infrastructure
Offers a wider choice of configurations than any
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EMC’S SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY
EMC AND SUSTAINABILITY
THE EMC DIFFERENCE
EMC’s leading-edge portfolio of products and services is a crucial differentiator in our continued financial success, offering customers greater efficiency, control, and choice as they transform their IT and their businesses.
EFFICIENCY | CONTROL | CHOICE
OUR CUSTOMERS TURNED OUT IN RECORD NUMBERS
AT 2012 EMC EVENTS
We believe EMC is well positioned to expand our leadership in the market segments we serve, leverage our strong balance sheet to invest heavily in leading edge technology for
CLOUD COMPUTING, BIG DATA, AND TRUSTED IT,
and deliver our triple play again in 2013.
*Demand run rate is an annualized calculation of orders received in the applicable period by VCE, VMware, EMC, and Cisco for the sale of VCE Vblock products and related services.
From 2000 to 2050, global energy demand could double, or even triple, as per capita energy consumption in developing economies increases dramatically.
As EMC customers increasingly include energy efficiency in their purchase criteria, EMC continues to innovate new approaches to reduce our energy impact and help others reduce theirs.
WHAT WE’RE DOING
• Reducing energy demand by developing energy-efficient products and technologies for more efficient data centers
• Facilitating emissions reductions in our supply chain by collaborating with suppliers
• Reducing emissions from our own operations through an aggressive, multi-faceted global energy strategy
• Leveraging the power of Cloud Computing to create efficient and resilient infrastructure and the power of Big Data to discover new ways to shape our future
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