EMC has publicly declared 2016 as the year of All-Flash – how apropos that Gartner has again placed EMC solidly in the “Leaders” quadrant of the latest Solid State Array (SSA) Magic Quadrant (ME); a position we’ve held since its inception three years ago achieved on the shoulders of EMC’s market-leading XtremIO all-flash array (AFA).
Golf is one of the world’s grand old games. Ironically, the most advanced technologies ensure it stays that way.
Callaway Golf Company is a prime example. The world’s largest golf club manufacturer with a presence in 110 countries, Callaway competes in an intense market and faces added pressure from a softening global economy. IT transformation is front and center in Callaway’s strategy to stay in front of the pack, with the ultimate objective of ensuring that IT transforms itself from a point of resistance to a point of reliance.
A winning Formula 1 car is built with 80,000 parts and components that must perform together at speeds of over 200 mph. To support the success of such a technologically advanced racing car, a wealth of compute, storage and network technologies are required to analyze data, aid design, support manufacturing, monitor on-track performance, and more. Smaller, lighter and faster are the driving forces behind IT as much as they are in Formula 1 racing.
To accomplish all that, it takes an IT infrastructure that’s as streamlined, sleek and powerful as the car itself. Today, with a converged infrastructure from EMC, Lotus F1 Team has achieved that goal.
Today’s digital enterprises are expected to drive new levels of consumer and workforce engagement, business efficiency and operational excellence. Yet, most organizations are challenged with rapidly expanding and complex business environments, including the exponential growth of regulatory and legal requirements across a much wider range of unstructured data. How can organizations build a foundation of compliance and security while undergoing digital transformation? Enter EMC…
Over the past year, EMC has continued to introduce innovations in our hybrid flash array products, not just to make them go faster or be easier to use, but to push the boundaries of what data storage can do for our customers. Sometimes this means starting over with a new plan, by taking our products – including EMC VMAX, VNX, and Isilon – in new directions to tackle tomorrow’s possibilities. We believe this commitment to innovation, imagination and continuous improvement helped EMC once again earn its position in the top-right of the leaders quadrant in Gartner’s 2015 Magic Quadrant for General-Purpose Disk Arrays shown below*.
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