Scandium International Mining Corp   (EMC)
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Scandium International Mining Corp Segments

Storage Products
   65.88 % of total Revenue
Content Management & Archiving
   2.4 % of total Revenue
   27.68 % of total Revenue
Information Security
   4.04 % of total Revenue

Business Segments (Sep. 30, 2015)
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
(of total Revenues)
(Sep. 30, 2015)
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
(Profit Margin)
Storage Products
3,961.00 65.88 % 2,071.00 52.28 %
Content Management & Archiving
144.00 2.4 % 97.00 67.36 %
1,664.00 27.68 % 1,451.00 87.2 %
Information Security
243.00 4.04 % 163.00 67.08 %
6,012.00 100 % 3,782.00 62.91 %

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Growth rates by Segment (Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Revenue
III. Quarter
Q/Q Revenue
(Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Income
III. Quarter
Q/Q Income
Storage Products
-0.38 % -1.66 % -5.52 % -1 %
Content Management & Archiving
-8.86 % -7.1 % -3 % -7.62 %
14.84 % 4.79 % 14.07 % 5.07 %
Information Security
0 % 2.1 % 0.62 % 3.16 %
3.19 % 0.05 % 1.5 % 1.23 %

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Business Segments Description

Information Storage Segment

The Information storage segment is composed of storage systems, platform-based and multi-platform software and services. We offer a wide range of networked information storage systems to support our customers’ ILM strategies to meet their performance, functionality, scalability, data availability and financial requirements. Our storage systems are the foundation of an information infrastructure and can be deployed in a storage area network (“SAN”), networked attached storage (“NAS”), content addressed storage (“CAS”) or direct attached storage environment.

EMC Symmetrix Systems

The EMC Symmetrix family of high-end networked storage systems delivers the highest levels of functionality, performance, data availability and information protection by enabling customers to incrementally scale the performance and capacity of a single array from seven terabytes to more than a petabyte, the largest and most scalable system of its kind. EMC Symmetrix DMX-3, the industry’s fastest, most scalable and flexible storage system, supports customers’ ILM strategies to address the storage management challenges of high-end computing systems, mid-sized organizations requiring high-performance storage and stringent data protection, and data centers with constrained space, power and cooling resources. Introduced in 2006, the newest Symmetrix DMX-3 model 950 delivers capacity, performance and functionality in a compact package and is ideal for increasingly space- and power-constrained data centers and as a key element of a business continuity strategy.

EMC CLARiiON Systems

Our EMC CLARiiON family of mid-tier networked storage systems is based on a modular design and provides flexible levels of functionality, performance, scalability and availability for small- and medium-sized businesses (“SMBs”), mid-size enterprises and branch offices. In 2006, we introduced EMC CLARiiON CX3 UltraScale systems, based on the new EMC-developed CLARiiON UltraScale architecture, which doubled the performance and capacity of its predecessor. These are the first storage systems in the industry to feature full end-to-end 4 gigabit-per-second (“Gb/s”) Fibre Channel technology for improved performance, scalability and economics. Additionally, we introduced the EMC CLARiiON AX150 and AX150i networked storage systems for SMBs and distributed enterprises. These new architectures provide new advances in performance, ease-of-use, and data protection and are available in a compact and cost-effective system. We also introduced enhancements to our industry-leading EMC Disk Library family of easy-to-use disk-based backup and recovery solutions. The new EMC Disk Library models are based on the CLARiiON UltraScale architecture and feature new capabilities, improved performance and scalability.

EMC Celerra IP Storage Systems

Our EMC Celerra family of IP (internet protocol) storage systems range from the midrange to the high-end of the network attached storage (“NAS”) market and deliver advanced scalability and functionality, unmatched availability and simplified management for customers that would like to access storage via ubiquitous IP networks as part of an overall ILM strategy. In 2006, we introduced new EMC Celerra NS series systems, which utilize the new UltraScale architecture, and a series of software products to monitor the performance of and improve application performance over IP networks.

EMC Centera Content Addressed Storage (“CAS”) Systems

Our EMC Centera CAS systems provide fast, secure online access to archived fixed content – data that cannot be modified or will not change over time, such as digital x-ray images, movies, check images, medical records, e-mail correspondence and other similar types of digital “objects.” Centera systems help customers worldwide comply with complex governance and regulatory requirements for digital record retention, archiving and access. In 2006, we enhanced the storage capabilities of the Centera systems, including new retention management features to give customers more security, flexibility and control over their archived information for regulatory and legal purposes.

EMC Connectrix directors and switches

Our EMC Connectrix family includes high-end directors and departmental switches to help customers of all sizes increase the connectivity between servers and storage systems in a SAN, consolidate their networked storage systems, improve total cost of ownership and tier their storage environments to support an ILM strategy. In 2006, EMC introduced the EMC Connectrix ED-10000M backbone director and EMC Connectrix MDS 9513 Director, which deliver high levels of flexibility and scalability to enable massive SAN consolidation and tiering.

We intend to continue to enhance our storage systems with additional features and capabilities.

Storage Software

Our storage software offering includes both platform and multi-platform software.

Our platform-based software generally controls and enables functions that take place within the EMC networked storage system, such as replication, optimization and data movement. We are the leading supplier of platform-based software for local and remote replication with products such as EMC SRDF (Symmetrix Remote Data Facility), EMC MirrorView, EMC TimeFinder and EMC SnapView, which customers use to copy, protect and share data across varied distances.

EMC’s multi-platform software includes products to help customers better store, protect, optimize and leverage their rapidly increasing volumes of information in complex IT environments. Among others, this line-up of products includes our EMC ControlCenter and EMC Visual families of storage resource management software; PowerPath automated, non-disruptive path management software, the EMC Smarts family of intelligent, automated IT management solutions; EMC’s recovery management solutions including EMC NetWorker, EMC Retrospect and EMC RecoverPoint; EMC Invista network storage virtualization for mixed Fibre Channel SANs; and Rainfinity Global File Virtualization for seamless management of multi-vendor, IP-based NAS, CAS and file servers.

EMC introduced a series of software products to help customers reduce complexity, lower operating costs, improve mean-time-to-repair, and enhance reliability of core business services. EMC Smarts Storage Insight for Availability leverages ControlCenter storage management software and fully automates root-cause and impact analysis of availability problems across the SAN, resulting in significant reduction in downtime and maintenance time. EMC Smarts Application Discovery Manager provides extensive application and infrastructure monitoring, analysis and automation across the enterprise. Rainfinity Global File Virtualization solution now offers customers a single platform to manage both active and inactive files throughout a file’s lifecycle across heterogeneous environments.

EMC also introduced the new EMC Infoscape software to help companies discover, classify and manage unstructured enterprise information. This software enables customers to efficiently, accurately and easily search all corporate information in file systems; automatically classify information based on business value; manage the retention of unstructured information for compliance; and facilitate policy-based and automated data migration across a tiered storage infrastructure.

Additionally, EMC introduced in 2006 a number of new and updated software products that enable customers to improve the recovery of critical applications and data. EMC’s recovery management solutions target three pillars in data protection – application-aware protection, disk-based recoverability and enhanced manageability – enabling customers to recover the right data, at the right time, easily and reliably.

We intend to continue to enhance our storage software with additional features and capabilities.

Storage Services

Our services include EMC Consulting Services, Implementation and Integration, EMC Managed Services, EMC Customer Service and EMC Education Services, to help our customers plan, build and manage integrated IT infrastructures to more cost-effectively manage and protect their information throughout its lifecycle. We provide consulting, assessment, implementation, integration and operations management services, day-to-day support, maintenance, education and training to our customers. In 2006, EMC also introduced a managed services portfolio that enables customers to more cost-effectively manage their information infrastructure with help from dedicated, onsite EMC personnel. The EMC Managed Services portfolio helps customers improve storage operations and more efficiently meet demanding service levels associated with administering, protecting and storing information. In conjunction with our new EMC Infoscape software in 2006, EMC also introduced the EMC Information Management Strategy Service to help companies discover, classify and manage unstructured enterprise information.

Content Management and Archiving Segment

Our content management software, which includes the EMC Documentum family, helps customers optimize business processes and create, manage, deliver and archive information, ranging from documents and discussions to e-mail, Web pages, images, XML, reports, records, rich media and application data. Additionally, the EMC Captiva family of input management software provides for conversion, indexing and processing of paper-based information to digital formats.

EMC modified its family of enterprise archiving software products to a single, unified archiving platform for collecting, retaining and securing all types of document images for compliance and legal discovery, content re-use, improved decision-making and operational efficiency. These include EMC Documentum Archive Services for Email, EMC Documentum Archive Services for Reports, EMC Documentum Archive Services for Imaging, EMC Documentum OEM Edition, EMC Documentum Information Rights Management (“IRM”) Services, EMC Documentum Records Manager 5.3, EMC Documentum Page Builder web content management (“WCM”) and new versions of the EMC Captiva document capture software.

EMC introduced the EMC e-Discovery Solution. This services-led, integrated offering consists of EMC information and content management software, networked storage and professional services designed to help customers of all sizes better manage the legal discovery process.

We intend to continue to enhance our products and services in this segment with additional features and capabilities and to introduce new software products and services.

RSA Information Security Segment

EMC acquired RSA and Network Intelligence. These two organizations, combined with our organic development initiatives, form the foundation of EMC’s new RSA information security segment.

RSA adds industry-leading enterprise identity and access management products, consumer identity and fraud protection solutions, encryption and key management software and security knowledge and expertise to EMC’s expanding, information-centric security product and service portfolio. Network Intelligence advances EMC’s information-centric security strategy by providing tools that enable companies to collect, monitor, analyze and report on security event-related activity throughout the IT infrastructure – in the network, in enterprise applications, on mainframes, on desktops, in storage devices or elsewhere. Solutions from Network Intelligence ease the burden of proving compliance with security policies and regulations.

In 2006, RSA introduced its RSA Key Manager software, which enables businesses to effectively manage the lifecycle of encryption keys. The solution also helps companies comply with the key lifecycle management guidelines of the Payment Card Industry (“PCI”) Data Security Standard, a global initiative of leading payment card companies which strives to protect consumers’ transaction data.

We intend to continue to enhance RSA’s products and services with additional features and capabilities and to introduce new products and services.

VMware Virtual Infrastructure Segment

VMware, Inc. (“VMware”) is a subsidiary of EMC. Its virtual infrastructure solutions and services are used by more than 20,000 enterprises for server consolidation and containment, disaster recovery and business continuity, capacity planning and development, enterprise desktop hosting, test optimization and software distribution. By helping customers virtualize their enterprises, VMware enables them to build a more flexible and highly available IT infrastructure.

VMware virtual infrastructure simplifies IT so companies better leverage their storage, network and computing resources to control costs and increase response time. The VMware virtual infrastructure approach to IT management creates virtual resources from the physical IT infrastructure, enabling administrators to allocate these virtual resources quickly to the business units that need them most.

VMware introduced Infrastructure 3, the third generation of its virtualization software. VMware Infrastructure 3 delivers an unprecedented ability to automate maximum power savings, guaranteed response times and newly added capacity and consolidated backup.

VMware also launched Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, a solution that moves desktop management to a centralized server and secures its data there; shipped VMware Lab Manager, which enables enterprise software development organizations to more efficiently utilize software development and test lab assets, accelerate software development cycles and increase the quality of delivered software products; introduced VMware Converter 3, the next generation of its conversion tool that enables fast and reliable Physical-to-Virtual and Virtual-to-Virtual conversions through a simple and centralized management product; expanded its customer base with the release of VMware Server, the free, feature-packed hosted virtualization product that provides companies a first step to enterprise-wide infrastructure virtualization and offers the option to purchase enterprise-class VMware support; and launched the Virtual Appliance Marketplace.

VMware intends to continue to enhance its products and services with additional features and capabilities and to introduce new software products and services.


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