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Back of EMC VPLEX VS6, without any FC attached yet,

The blue lights below are the older VS2 model

Although not as well known as Hagerstown inventor, Ralph Teetor, Marion Davis was also successful with his V-Plex clutch, which was featured as the cover story of Popular Science magazine in June 1969.

 

This information is from the display located in the Nettle Creek Valley Museum in Hagerstown, Indiana.

 

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Identifier: decolvmnatraiani00fabr

Title: De colvmna Traiani syntagma. Accesserunt explicatio veteris tabellae anaglyphae Homeri Iliadem, atqve ex Stesichoro, Arctino et Lesche Ilii excidivm continentis, & Emissarii Lacus Fvcini descriptio

Year: 1683 (1680s)

Authors: Fabretti, Raffaele, 1618-1700

Subjects: Homer Trajan's Column (Rome, Italy)

Publisher: Romae, ex officina N. A. Tinassij

Contributing Library: Duke University Libraries

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C A P V T VIL Excerpta de re militari. VPLEX quidem pcriculum me mancre vidco in hac traita-dione, quam inter poftremas fcpofui i nam ctfi literatis virisforte fortuna fatisfcccrim, quod me maxime folicitum habetjnon proinde tutus ero, quin nouus aliquis Hannibal mc_iquafi Phormioncm fubfannet, in fcholis & vmbra de rc mi-htari diflerentem. Rideant porro, dum ego intus mihi plau-do5 & lufus aliquorum paticnterfero , qui me, quodc pluribus ftationibusColumnam diligentcr (ncc inutilitcr vt crcdimus ex iamdidis) cum librocontuliflcrcfciuerunt, niialiudquam bullas in balteis obferuantem apud Tri-D makhionem fuum traducunt 5 quamuis iftomalcdidonobisleue vel nullum_,pcnitijs probrum obic(5tari profitemur; inio laudem attribui: «o^/>(vtcumjGrutero loquar ) qui veneranda antiqunatisproducimus, tninima iuxta ac maxitna-,nefpretisquidemrutisc^/is. Verum dumplauftris noftris vtimur, afinos. conduditios non curemus, & propofitum iter continuantcs, id quod rcflat de- frcato animod

  

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Brian Gallagher, President EMC Symmetrix and Virtualization Product Group announces the new EMC® VPLEX® technology at a press conference.

 

www.emc.com/about/news/press/2010/20100510-01.htm

Although not as well known as Hagerstown inventor, Ralph Teetor, Marion Davis was also successful with his V-Plex clutch, which was featured as the cover story of Popular Science magazine in June 1969.

 

This information is from the display located in the Nettle Creek Valley Museum in Hagerstown, Indiana.

 

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Identifier: southernplanterd7011sout

Title: Southern planter: devoted to practical and progressive agriculture, horticulture, trucking, live stock and the fireside

Year: 1909 (1900s)

Authors: Southern planter

Subjects: Agriculture--Southern States--Periodicals

Publisher: The Southern Planter Publishing Company

Contributing Library: College of William and Mary, Earl Gregg Swem Library

Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation

  

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ryman has foundto be most profitable, easiest to run, easiest toclean, and handsomest in appearance. tf Again the would-be competitors of the United StatesSeparator go down in defeat. CJJIf you want to see for yourself why the United StatesSeparator was awarded the Grand Prize, go to ourlocal agent nearest you. He will show you. <J[Or ask us, direct, for information. THE VERMONT FARM MACHINE CO. BELLOWS FALLS, VT. ^ ELLYK VPLEX rindinqMills SUPERIOR to any other make. Do moreand better work, require less power andproduce abetter grade of feed. The only mill inthe world made with a double set of grinders orburrs. Grinds ear corn, 3helled corn, oats, rye,, wheat, barley, kaffir com, cotton seed, cornk in shucks, sheaf oats, or any kind ofgrain, coarse medium or fine. SIX SIZES Simple in construction, easily operated,strong and durable. Never choke. Any power.Especially ndapted for ensollne engines. Write for catalog. THE DUPLEX MILL & MANUFACTURING GO., Box 20. SPRINGFIELD, OHIO.

 

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1098 THE SOUTHERN PLANTER. [Novembei Cultivation Upon Soil Bacteriaand Their Activities. Circular 3. Improved Seed Wheat.Kentucky Experiment Station, Lexing-ton, Ky. Bull. 136. CommercialFertilizers. Bull. 137. The Army Worm. Bull. 138. Commercial Fertilizers. Bull. 139. Tobacco. Bull. 140. Fertilizers. Bull. 141. Concentrated Commerci-al Feeding Stuffs. Bull. 142. Carnation Root Knot. Bull. 143. Sheep Scab.Maryland Experiment Station, CollegePark, Md. Bull. 134. The BrownTail Motft The House, Fly. TheMosquito. Bull. 135. Butter Making in Mary-land. Bull. 136. Whipped Cream.Massachuse^ ExperimentiBfctation,Amherst, Mass. Bull. 130^A. Sum-mary of Meteorological Observa-tions.Michigan Experiment Station, ^astLancing, Mich. Bull. 255. CementSilos in Michigan. Bull. 256. Fertilizer Analyses.New Mexico Experiment Station, Agri-cultural College, N. Mex. Bull. 72.Denatured Alcohol from Tunasand other Sources.North Carolina Experiment Station,West Raleigh, N. C. Bull. 200.Feeding Fermented Co

  

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Although not as well known as Hagerstown inventor, Ralph Teetor, Marion Davis was also successful with his V-Plex clutch, which was featured as the cover story of Popular Science magazine in June 1969.

 

This information is from the display located in the Nettle Creek Valley Museum in Hagerstown, Indiana.

 

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Although not as well known as Hagerstown inventor, Ralph Teetor, Marion Davis was also successful with his V-Plex clutch, which was featured as the cover story of Popular Science magazine in June 1969.

 

This information is from the display located in the Nettle Creek Valley Museum in Hagerstown, Indiana.

 

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Brian Gallagher, President, Enterprise Storage Division, EMC Information Infrastructure Products, EMC Corporation

 

Brian Gallagher is President of the Enterprise Storage Division of EMC Corporation. With 2011 revenues of $20 billion and approximately 50,000 employees, EMC is a global leader in enabling businesses and service providers to transform their operations and deliver IT as a service. Fundamental to this transformation is cloud computing. Through innovative products and services, including several from the Enterprise Storage Division, EMC accelerates the journey to cloud computing, helping IT departments to store, manage, protect and analyze their most valuable asset – information - in a more agile, trusted and cost-efficient way.

 

Gallagher is one of EMC’s longest-serving serving employees, having joined the company in 1985. He was named President of the Enterprise Storage Division in 2010 and leads an organization responsible for the architecture, design, development, support and marketing of some of EMC’s most innovative and fastest growing products and software, including the industry leading Symmetrix VMAX family of virtual storage systems and the pioneering of EMC’s VPLEX virtual storage technology. He reports directly to Pat Gelsinger, President, EMC Information Infrastructure Products.

 

Prior to this role, Gallagher led the development of the EMC Direct Matrix (DMX) and Virtual Matrix Architecture (VMAX), the basis for the market leading Symmetrix storage systems, which are the most powerful, trusted and smartest storage systems in the world. Gallagher spent 13 years as Vice President and then Senior Vice President of the Symmetrix Product Group, responsible for the hardware, software, quality assurance, and e-Lab organizations, including the development of mainframe and open systems host applications. Gallagher has been with EMC for more than 25 years and has been developing advanced information storage products for three decades. Prior to joining EMC, he developed disk and tape storage products for Wang Laboratories’ VS Systems.

 

Gallagher received a BS in Electrical Engineering from Tufts University in Boston 1982 and an MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 1990. He has been awarded 13 U.S. patents and has 10 patents pending.

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Pat Gelsinger

President and Chief Operating Officer, EMC Information Infrastructure Products

 

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Brian Gallagher, President, Symmetrix and

Virtualization Product Group

EMC launch Vplex, a virtual storage in Asia.

 

This event, held in Marina Bay Sands Skypark, brings all business partners together under the stars and moon and showcase virtual storage.

Identifier: theatrvmtemporan00bold

Title: Theatrvm temporanevm æternitati Cæsaris Montii, S.R.E. cardinalis et archiep. mediolanen. sacrvm

Year: 1635 (1630s)

Authors: Boldoni, Ottavio, Bp. of Teano, 1600-1680 Bianchi, Giovanni Paolo, engr

Subjects: Monti, Cesare, Cardinal, 1593-1650 Emblems

Publisher: Mediolani, Apud hær. q. P. Pontij, Typis Archiepisc.

Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

  

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Ercol fur due Aionti al fine Qonfinanit colonne-. Vtnt Ercole or vedronne: {h^evn iMonte fol con lopre fue Diuine IWogni valor confine. His criam Graxa mufa prouocaca fic iufic, XlfSf U* .- n P O 2 T O NK A I 2 A P A M O N -T IG N n p o A.r r e a m a •-..■■■. APXI E P il 2 T N H 2 , P ^ M A 1*2 £ B O N O. M A T O 2 P E N E O 2 .. A i Bsj^mo n . .;A \ -M, MONTION VjttKt», II E T P O N / E*4< <r ivofj.eC(^H .II E T P Q N epas <ri **Ah **i woxf It*aVh..• ■ • C V I * ALLVDIT LATINA MVSA ALIO DISTICHO ^ AD ,CA£SAREM. ,. ■• oAufonius sMontem, ^P.etrum dat fermo Tela/gus:<&Mont€m fcande: Tetrum mox dabit Aufomus. . TTP02HMAINETAIt O TH2IKKAH2IA2 APXIEPETS K A I 2 A P M O N T I O S E K T O T ATTON TPI2 N OTrKION rETONENAI. TETPA2TIXON. Tpif nciKdpt; fitui, rpit ei rov M O N T I O N «JW tiovyKtov , ~E.<mipl»{ , Tlctp9zvoT»f rt £!&{ .T/»V fxan.nptt yt fiporoi, Ktti rtrpctKit, osrfl-oT tKHfou ?pi?rK»»i o ripacoy r»«T*i Jc M<p&hy . AP-

 

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139A P P E N D I X A D T H E ATRVM TEMPORANEVM. Vplex fuit Patribus Alexandrinis vo-tum erga Eminentifs.MONTIVM:vt veterem teftarentur obferuan-tiam,vt Antiftitem colerent Sacro-rum, ac Literarum. Siquidem 6c^Templum Paroecia? fcdcs, & adia-cens Gymnafium Arcimboldium ex inftitutioneArchiepiicopum Mediolanenfem agnofcunt Prin-cipem, Tutelarem. Dicandum itaqj vtriuiq^ no-mine donarium . Ergo ius Parceciae in Temploconftitit: tutelam Gymnafij alia Theatralis pom-pa monftrauit. Ibi quidem facris in ^Edibus facraeornatae funt Dignitates: Hic in palaeftra literariaipfa explicata literatura eft , nec ea fane a Reli-gione diftracla : quando hoc geminum decus inC^SARE noftro congrediens, quandam aetatinoftrasprabuit miraculi fpeciem . Quare inexituTempli, qua patet aditus in Gymnanum/urgebatArcus,vbi &c fignum Arcimboldij Fundatoris,6c infignia Montij Cardinalis cum de-dicatione ad Virgilianum difti-chon alludente fpectaban-tur. Huius id eratfchema. t LIMINE ■ - »41 Arcum ingrcfli*

  

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Panarama of the VPlex on the 4th of July

Exam Code:E20-260

Exam Name:VPLEX Specialist Exam for Implementation Engineers

Updated:2013-08-10

Q & A:143

PDF(Printable Version) $ 224.00

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WGTC 4th of July at Villa Rica

WGTC 4th of July at Villa Rica

WGTC 4th of July at Villa Rica

WGTC 4th of July at Villa Rica

WGTC 4th of July at Villa Rica

WGTC 4th of July at Villa Rica

WGTC 4th of July at Villa Rica

WGTC 4th of July at Villa Rica

WGTC 4th of July at Villa Rica

WGTC 4th of July at Villa Rica

WGTC 4th of July at Villa Rica

WGTC 4th of July at Villa Rica

WGTC 4th of July at Villa Rica

EMC launch Vplex, a virtual storage in Asia.

 

This event, held in Marina Bay Sands Skypark, brings all business partners together under the stars and moon and showcase virtual storage.

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