Redefine Vision

2013 consolidated revenue




EMC Information Infrastructure







Big Year, Big Gains

Year-over-year Q4 revenue highlights

Emerging Storage

RSA Information Security

Unified Backup & Recovery

Information Storage

EMC Europe, Middle East, and Africa

EMC Latin America

EMC U.S. to $3.5B

EMC’s outperformance relative to the industry demonstrates the strength of our strategy. We are making the right bets, investing in the right technology, and building the most complete portfolio to transition customers from the second platform IT to the mobile, social, cloud and Big Data-driven third platform.
David Goulden, CEO, EMC Information Infrastructure

EMC: The world’s largest data protection provider

EMC: The #1 storage company for the 10th consecutive year

EMC: #1 in Network-attached storage and unified storage

EMC VSPEX #1 for integrated reference architecture systems

EMC: The leader in converged infrastructure


#1 deepest storage integration for VMware. Offering the most integrated storage solution for VMware environments


#1 in general, block-only, and file storage


#1 array for tier 1 storage


#1 for security


The leader in file sync and share programs


The security division of EMC, 5th time “Leaders Quadrant,” Gartner, Inc.


Demand growth >50% and the highest revenue for integrated infrastructure systems


Ranked #2 on Fortune’s most admired companies in the computer industry


Recognized by CIO Magazine for operational and strategic excellence

This is a very dynamic time for our business, and in true EMC fashion, we are extremely energized and excited by our opportunity to invent, shape, and lead our customers and our industry to the future.
Joseph M. Tucci, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
The Federation of EMC Companies

The Federation of EMC Companies

EMCII, Pivotal, RSA and VMware form a unique federation of strategically aligned businesses, each focused and free to execute individually or together.

The federation provides customer solutions and choice for the software-defined enterprise and the emerging 3rd platform of mobile, cloud, big data, and social, transformed by billions of users and millions of apps.

Our 2013 performance and market share gains demonstrate the strength of our strategy and our federated business model. We believe our strategic relevance to customers has never been higher, and we are very confident in our future.
Joseph M. Tucci, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer


Powerful Trends

Transforming Information Technology

1. Mobile

Smart phones, tablets and new form-factor PCs are accessing applications and information from everywhere.

2. Social Networking

The way people communicate and collaborate is changing dramatically.

3. Cloud computing

Customers are transforming their data centers into fully virtualized and automated private clouds while running some applications in a public cloud. This “hybrid cloud” combo is increasingly “software-defined”— fully automated and delivering new levels of efficiency, agility and choice for IT departments.

4. Big Data

Sensors and telemetry being built into every imaginable product—athletic gear, household appliances, medical devices, vehicles and more—are creating the burgeoning “Internet of Things,” generating massive amounts of data that can be analyzed in real time to create new customer experiences.

The 3rd Platform

The disruptive forces of mobile, social, cloud and big data are driving what industry research firm IDC refers to as the 3rd platform.

The 3rd platform redefines the landscape

  • Cloud and mobile perimeters are gone
  • Social networks produce more identities to verify
  • New threats mean all behavior must be examined

EMC’s federation strategy

  • Build a differentiated stack
  • Architected horizontally
  • Provide unparalleled customer choice
We are better equipped than anyone else to help customers bridge the gap as they transition from the second to the third platform, with technologies like converged infrastructure, where we are the market leader; EMC ViPR, where we are unique in our ability to provide such far-reaching and sophisticated software-defined storage; and the software-defined data center capabilities of the vCloud suite.
David Goulden, CEO, EMC Information Infrastructure
EMC and Sustainability

EMC and Sustainability

We use our talent and technology at EMC to incorporate principles of sustainability in our product designs, operations, and decision-making.

Underscoring that commitment, EMC sponsored the record-setting South Pole trek by 19-year old college student and explorer Parker Liautaud, whose scientific research and data collection contributed to measuring the impact of climate change in Antarctica, and utilized EMC Isilon and Greenplum technology.

EMC Sustainability Highlights

  • Dow Jones Sustainability Index for the third consecutive year
  • Climate Disclosure Project 2013 Global 500 Performance and Disclosure Leadership Indexes for EMC environmental impact strategies and climate change disclosures

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Designations for EMC

  • Leading green power purchaser
  • Green Power Leadership Club
  • Top 50 list of largest U.S. green power purchasers
EMC’s commitment to sustainability is a pillar of our business strategy. We pursue sustainability because it’s good for our business, and because it’s the right thing to do.
David Goulden, CEO, EMC Information Infrastructure
Redefine the Future

Redefine the Future

EMC is redefining the future—now—with best-of-breed products, accelerated performance, and the right technology, people, and processes to meet you wherever you are today and get you wherever you need to go tomorrow. 3rd platform technologies have overtaken the 2nd platform, in market adoption and IT spending. The information being generated is huge and the management challenge enormous, providing a Digital Universe of opportunities.

It’s Time to Redefine Storage


Software-Defined Storage. Virtualize everything. Compromise nothing.

Get the speed to lead your IT transformation, with a web-scale data center that can grow to tens and hundreds of petabytes of information.

ViPR’s lightweight, software-only approach to storage management is an integral part of the software-defined data center, laying a foundation for next generation applications.


LEADER: Midrange storage.

Deploy 6,000+ VMs on a single system.

Reduce cost by 68%.


LEADER: Scale-out NAS storage.

Data Domain, Avamar, and Networker

LEADER: Backup.


Rethinking core design criteria.

Consistent performance.

Purpose-built for flash.


Redefine Security


The Security Division of EMC

LEADER: Security Monitoring

The 3rd platform highlights new security challenges—and the need for real-time, risk-based identity verification and event analysis.

New security tools from RSA collect information from a range of security systems, analyzing the flow of information and events across a network, detecting breaches as they happen, and helping organizations respond in real time.

RSA Security Analytics Redefines Trust

  • High-Powered Analytics
  • Compliance Support
  • Threat Intelligence
  • Big Data Security

Security Analytics Powered by Big Data

The cornerstone of EMC’s strategy for security management and big data

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