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  • 1. EMC Innovation Day Joe Tucci Chairman, President & CEO
  • 2. EMC is a Technology Company with a Laser Focus on as the Core Infrastructure Component
  • 3. EMC’s Innovation Engine
    • 2007 R&D expenditure 12% ( ≈ $1.5b) of revenue to fund creation of leading, innovative products
    • Over the last four years EMC has spent an average of $2b/year acquiring 30 technology companies
    • The goal: provide our customers with best of breed innovative products and solutions for their information infrastructure needs
  • 4. EMC’s Momentum ($119M) 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 $496 M $871 M $1.1 B $5.4 B $6.2 B $8.2 B $9.7 B $11.2 B Note: Net income is in GAAP and includes restructuring charges and other special items. *Based upon EMC’s expectations as noted in its July 24, 2007 Q2 earnings release; **Based on Thomson First Call consensus estimates, Sept. 17, 2007. † Thomson First Call Analyst Average as of 10/2/07 $1.2 B 2007e* $12.9 B* $1.44 B **
  • 5.  
  • 6. Worldwide Information Growth is Relentless Annual Growth 0% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120% 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 “ The Bubble” Dot coms, telcos Y2K Recession ≈ 60% Compounded Annual Growth Rate 2005 Stored on Disk Arrays 2006
  • 7. New Information Each Year 0 100B 200B 300B 400B 500B 600B 700B 800B 900B 1,000B 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Gigabytes 988 billion GB 161 billion GB 988 billion GB 6x increase ≈ 60% CAGR 988 exabytes or nearly 1 zetabyte
  • 8. The Digital World in 2010 70% created by individuals 85% the responsibility of organizations for information’s security, privacy, reliability, and compliance
  • 9. Our Strategy Information Infrastructure is a shared set of products, services, and best practices for storing, protecting, optimizing, and leveraging information
  • 10. Networked Storage
    • “ Five 9s” availability on arrays
    • Tiering
    • Energy / data center efficiency
    • Ease of use
    • Virtual provisioning
  • 11. Networked Storage
    • “ Five 9s” availability on arrays
    • Tiering
    • Energy / data center efficiency
    • Ease of use
    • Virtual provisioning
  • 12. Availability
    • Remote replicas
      • Disaster recovery
    • Local replicas
      • Operational recovery
    • Continuous data protection (CDP)
      • Captures changed data
    • Speed and cost is of the essence
      • Data de-duplication (VTL, LAN, Tier 3, at the source)
      • (Backup To Tape) -> (Backup to Disk)
    • SaaS option
  • 13. Information Security
    • Encryption
    • Centralized key management
    • Identity management
    • Authentication
    • Event management
  • 14. Archiving
    • Compliance
    • Immutability
    • eDiscovery
    • De-duplication
    • SaaS option
  • 15. Enterprise Content Management
    • Capture
    • Manage unstructured data
    • Work flow
    • Business Process Management
    • Collaboration
  • 16. Intelligent Information Management
    • Data Classification
    • Policy Management
    • Digital Rights Management
  • 17. Virtualization
    • x86 Virtual Infrastructure
    • File virtualization
    • Global namespace
    • Virtual provisioning
    • SAN virtualization
  • 18. Resource Management
    • Cross-domain
    • Correlated
    • Automated
  • 19. EMC Information Infrastructure Availability Storage Security Virtualization Intelligent Information Mgmt Enterprise Content Mgmt Store Protect Optimize Leverage Resource Mgmt Information Infrastructure Archive
  • 20.  
  • 21. Managed Services Consulting Services Implementation Services Support Services Solutions 11,000+ Information Management and Storage Professionals
  • 22.  
  • 23. Breadth and Depth of VMware Virtualization x86 Infrastructure Linux Windows NT Solaris NetWare Grid Blades SMP Server Desktop Mobile
  • 24. VMware Virtual Infrastructure 3
  • 25. The Full Power of EMC
  • 26. Core Executive Management Team David Goulden Chief Financial Officer Frank Hauck Global Marketing & Customer Quality Mark Lewis Content Management & Archiving Division Diane Greene CEO VMware Jack Mollen Human Resources Howard Elias Global Services & Resource Mgt Software David Donatelli Storage Platforms Operations Dave Donatelli Storage Product Division Paul Dacier General Counsel Art Coviello RSA Security Division Bill Teuber Customer Operations Louise O’Brien Corp. Strategy & Development
  • 27. 2007-2008 IT Spending Priorities: EMC Well-positioned
    • Virtualization
    • VMware + Rainfinity/Invista
    Storage
    • EMC Storage hardware/software
    Security
    • RSA
    VoIP
    • Smarts
    Enterprise 2.0 / SOA
    • VMware/Smarts/Documentum
    SaaS
    • Coming Soon
    Energy / Data Center Efficiency
    • VMware, EMC storage
  • 28.