EMC Reference ChecksBy Baselinemag | Posted 2003-07-01 Email Print
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U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE
Director, Office of Technology Architecture and Engineering Svcs.
Project: The office is replacing islands of direct-attached storage with EMC's ControlCenter.
Scientific Systems Architect
Project: As part of a consolidation project, the biotech company deployed ControlCenter to help administrators see what kind of data was being stored.
Project: The company is standardizing on EMC storage hardware and ControlCenter to track and dynamically provision capacity and to perform storage backup.
Project: The private bank replaced much of its Compaq direct-attached storage three years ago with EMC Symmetrix systems, and selected ControlCenter to manage them.
Manager, Business Application Systems
Project: The company launched a storage consolidation project in early 2002; EMC won the bulk of the hardware business, and the ControlCenter software came along for the ride.
Chief Technology Officer
Project: The hotel-casino operator uses ControlCenter to monitor and provision usage and to produce reports.
Executives listed here are all users of EMC's products. Their willingness to talk has been confirmed by Baseline.