The Wall Street Journal reported its speculations around a potential EMC-Dell merger. The acquisition of EMC, which has a market capitalization of $52 billion, would be the largest technology sector deal on record. The speculation has raised questions about changing dynamics in the technology industry across the world.
Reacting to the announcement, Commvault, a global leader in enterprise data protection and information management, reaffirmed its continued support to customers and partners. “Rumors and uncertainty about the future of EMC, combined with the breakup of Symantec and other major players, fuel real and serious concerns among their customers who are right to wonder about the future of their technology relationships, risks to infrastructure roadmaps, and vendors distracted by self-serving business transactions that don’t drive customer ROI,” said Mr Ron Miiller, Senior Worldwide Vice President, Commvault.
“Commvault is the safe harbor in this stormy sea of market turmoil and consolidation – the only truly independent, trusted company solely focused on data protection and information management. Given this latest news, customers would be well served to evaluate how to assure a solid, safe, and secure data management strategy with a trusted partner that can help them be fully prepared for the potential changes which arise from these kinds of transactions – Commvault is that partner,” he added.
Commvault was recently recognized in the Gartner “Leader’s Quadrant,” demonstrating its ability to ensure consistent delivery and vision in the face of rapidly changing market, continuing data and compliance requirements and traditional and new competitors. The company offers a wide range of data recovery solutions, all of which are designed to optimize on space and other resources, thereby helping the customer gain on multiple fronts.