EMC chairman and CEO Joe Tucci makes his inaugural visit to Australia this week keen to tout the company's $10 billion investment in infrastructure technologies and outline the company's plans to be a leader in the information management market.
Traditionally a storage heavyweight, EMC has expanded its market presence in recent years with industry-defining acquisitions such as its $US2.1 billion purchase of RSA Security last year.
RSA Security recently reported strong Q4 results with revenues growing 26 per cent to $114 million.
Revenue from EMC's VMware subsidiary grew 101 percent to $232 million in the last quarter.
With so much market activity, Tucci will have plenty of customers to meet during his visit to Australia which begins in Sydney tomorrow. During Tucci's two days in Sydney he will also meet channel partners and staff.