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EMC Enhances Microsoft Platform
HOPKINTON, Mass. -- EMC Corporation, the world leader in information infrastructure solutions, today announced new Microsoft SQL Server 2005 solutions and services, and enhanced Microsoft Exchange Server
2007 support to accelerate business value for enterprise customers using the Microsoft platform. EMC also announced its participation in the Interop Vendor Alliance, a community of software and hardware vendors working together to enhance interoperability with Microsoft systems.
"Customers are deploying Microsoft technologies to enhance the effectiveness
of their people and their overall business value. It's critical for
multiple technologies and varied vendors' solutions to work together seamlessly and quickly support all of the new important capabilities that Microsoft brings to market," said Chuck Hollis, Vice President, Technology Alliances. "Today's announcement advances EMC's efforts to ensure customers can build their information infrastructure by using the best of what EMC and Microsoft can offer."
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