EMC World in one word? Overwhelming! and more so every year. At least that’s the feedback I get from EMC Customers. If you attended, you had to make some choices: What session should I attend? What keynote sessions should I make? If you missed the X Factor in the exhibit hall, you missed the details of EMCs Flash Everywhere Strategy. Featuring an XtremIO array, the X Factor focused on the EMC Xtrem Portfolio. The “X Factor” Theater featured the details of the EMC Xtrem Family: XtremSF (PCIe Server Flash), XtremSW Cache (Caching Software) and XtremIO (EMCs All Flash Array).

I was able to capture one of the last theater sessions of the show; you’ll find it in this episode of www.InsideFlash.com

I also included some footage from the closing party featuring Bruno Mars, hope you enjoy.

XtremSW Cache 2.0 is around the corner, so stay tuned for lots of updates on new features and functionality. Remember, it’s the software that enables the Flash hardware.

Have questions? You can e-mail me directly at sam.marraccini@emc.com. See you at Microsoft Teched 2013!

Thanks for watching insideflash.emc.com.

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Sam Marraccini

Sam Marraccini

Director, EMC Global Portfolio Messaging at EMC Corporation
Sam Marraccini is a 17-year EMC veteran and 26-year technology veteran. Part of EMCs Global Portfolio Marketing Team, Sam is focused on the EMCs Storage Strategy and developing messaging to support the storage portfolio. The Global Portfolio Marketing team is responsible for developing and delivering customer messaging across the full EMC product portfolio. In addition to developing the Global Portfolio Storage messaging, Sam's passion and drive continue to be demonstrated in multiple blogs including: The Source "TheSourceBlog.emc.com" and www.insideflash.com (All things flash at EMC). Flash and Microsoft information can be found at www.youtube.com/sammarraccini and Twitter @SamMarraccini (www.twitter.com/SamMarraccini)
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