The information technology industry's best-of-breed leaders – including Microsoft, Cisco, Dell, Oracle and EDS – took the stage here this week at the fourth annual EMC Technology Summit and joined thousands of EMC customers to increase the value and advance the adoption of automated networked storage.

Under the theme "The Power to Unite," EMC Technology Summit 2003 featured announcements and addresses from the IT industry's leading innovators. On Monday, Joe Tucci, EMC President and CEO, and Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announced a significant expansion of their strategic business and technology partnership, which includes the delivery of advanced networked storage solutions for Windows. On Tuesday, Tucci was joined by Cisco President and CEO John Chambers to announce a significant expansion of their existing strategic partnership, which includes the joint delivery of next generation storage area network (SAN) technology. In addition, senior executives from Dell, Oracle and EDS reinforced the depth of their alliances with EMC and their role in helping customers deploy automated networked storage.

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