EMC

EMC

EMC Corporation is an American multinational provider of applications for storing, protecting, and managing of information. Its services are also used to build web-based computing systems. It also offers technology consulting, technology deployment, and customer service and support.

Company Info

HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
1979
Employees
536000
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