Starting Nov. 15, Pivotal will help businesses create web-based applications that can be moved from in-house data centers to cloud servers run by Amazon.com, VMware and OpenStack, the open-source project founded by Rackspace Hosting.
"Despite our disappointment with our quarterly results, our confidence in the success of our strategy over the long term has never been stronger," says Chairman and CEO Joe Tucci.
EMC has big presence in Triangle
Updated September 13
Cisco's latest acquisition announced this week - a $415 million deal for Whiptail - could have some unintended consequences. While bolstering Cisco's product lineup, the Whiptail deal also threatens its relationship with EMC and NetApp. All three firms have a big presence in the Triangle.
Cisco's headquarters in California
When it comes ti keeping profits away from the U.S. Taxman, Cisco and Apple take most of the criticism. But a Bloomberg analysis finds that IBM, which recently laid off thousands of North American workers, and Microsoft are actually keeping the most profits offshore.
Companies, business groups and investors in North and South Carolina are among the more than 400 signers of a letter to Congressional leaders urging immigration reform.
Updated July 24
CEO Joe Tucci says growth in a "cautious IT spending environment" reflects growth in cloud computing, big data.
Data verification services company Aveksa will operate within EMC's security division, RSA>
Several high-tech and life science firms based in North Carolina or who have a large presence here crack the "Best Multinationals" to work for list in Europe. But several of them also drop somewhat from the 2012 list.
Updated May 31
The storage device maker, which maintains large operations in RTP, also launches a quarterly dividend as part of a strategy to drive up its stock price.
The world's No. 2 PC manufacturer and one of the world's top storage device makers closed on their joint venture in January. Now their products hit the street.
EMC reports a drop in profits and also misses Wall Street analysts' expectations on revenue. The storage technology giant also announces it is buying back $1 billion in shares.
Lenovo and EMC are formally doing business together as their joint venture focusing on services that was announced last summer is officially underway.
Updated November 23, 2012
The partnership between two tech giants, each with a major presence in Research Triangle Park, is strained due to a recent acquisition made by VMWare.
October 24, 2012
EMC, the world's biggest maker of storage computers and which has a major presence in the Triangle, cut its sales forecast for the year and posted earnings that missed estimates as a weak economy prompted corporate customers to curb spending.
August 27, 2012
Inside the Bulldog Blog: AT&T reportedly is gearing for Sept. 21 launch of iPhone; a new Lenovo tablet shows up at Best Buy for $300; IBM reports a solar power breakthrough; EMC eyes acquisition.
Updated August 24, 2012
Inside the Bulldog Blog: Lenovo gains in China smartphone market; NetAdd adds jobs; John Chambers ponders Cisco future; EMC and Cisco becoming rivals.
August 16, 2012
Analysis: NetApp is under growing pressure from EMC as the firms, which both have growing presence in the Research Triangle,, battle for data storage clients.
NetApp touts innovation on its website
August 1, 2012
The world's No. 2 PC maker will own 51 percent of the joint effort and also will resell EMC hardware. EMC ends a similar agreement with Dell as part of the deal.
EMC operates several facilities in the Triangle area
July 24, 2012
The California software company makes a move on Monday to help networks run more efficiently while broadening its appeal to companies seeking to reduce hardware costs.