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The New York Daily News reduced storage and system support costs as a result of implementing an EMC information infrastructure
January 9, 2007
HOPKINTON, Mass. -- EMC Corporation, the world leader in information management and storage, today announced that the New York Daily News significantly reduced storage and system support costs as a result of implementing an EMC information infrastructure and bringing certain computing services in-house. At the same time, the metropolitan newspaper has been able to maintain and improve the high availability and continuity of operations that are vital to publishing a daily publication.
"We are a 24x7 operation," said Joe Pennisi, the New York Daily News' Vice President of Information Technology, "and deliver a new product every day to more than 2.4 million readers. Our Daily News online edition has 5.9 million unique users per month. Time sensitive workflows from advertising, editorial, and circulation (through print and online distribution), leverage many business critical applications. These processes throughout the various verticals within our organization utilize EMC storage and software to help us get our daily news to our loyal readership. When the New York Daily News brought its outsourced mainframe operations in-house and moved those applications to a Unix environment, it decided to consolidate all of its storage, including dispersed server-based storage, onto an EMC CLARiiON® storage area network (SAN) and an EMC Celerra® network-attached storage (NAS) gateway.
EMC Corp. (NYSE: EMC)
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