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Subject: EMC Seeking Embedded Software Engineers in multiple U.S. Locations

Date: 11/20/00 at 9:58 AM
Posted by: Greg Capozzi
E-mail: gcapozzi@emc.com
Message Posted:

If you're a software of electrical engineer with skills in
embedded programming, EMC is interested in talking to you.
We've got positions available in CA, CO, and MA. We offer
a fantastic relocation program, as well as stock options,
great benefits, and the chance to work with a team of
exceptionally talented engineers---not to mention the fact
that you'll be developing revolutionary enterprise storage
software applications that are changing the information
storage industry as we know it.

ANY of the following skills are desirable: expert programming in C or C++,
experience developing high performance, high availability
applications, experience developing products that are tuned
into high performance networks, OS internals development,
file systems engineering, API development, kernel mode
engineering, TCP/IP and other networking protocols,
gigabit ethernet, Java, any flavor of Unix, Linux, or NT/Y2K.

EMC Corporation (NYSE: EMC) is the world leader in information storage
systems, software, networks and services, providing the information
infrastructure for a connected world. Our products store, retrieve, manage,
protect, and share information from all major computing environments
including Unix, NT and mainframe platforms. EMC keeps the lifeblood of
today's information economy flowing 24 hours a day.

The information storage market has no limits. More information will be
generated and stored today than yesterday, and more information will be
generated and stored tomorrow than today. EMC is the pioneer for the
information storage market, and this market continues to accelerate.
Companies across the world realize that the storage of information has
to be central to the business life cycle and technology infrastructure.

EMC is a FORTUNE 500 company and is the 5th most valuable software company
on the S&P 500. EMC has also been the second best performing stock on the
S&P 500 for the past 10 years, and was voted the "Top Performing Listed
Stock of the 1990s" on the New York Stock Exchange. Since 1990, EMC
shares have risen more than 103,000%, exceeding the performance of other
leading information technology companies such as Microsoft, Cisco, Intel,
and Oracle. As of June 2000, EMC is also ranked #26 on the Business Week top
100 IT companies in the world.

For further information about EMC and its storage solutions, the
corporate web site can be accessed at http://www.EMC.com.

For information about EMC in the news, and the storage industry in general,
go to: http://www.emc.com/news/reporters_resources/index.jsp

EMC Fast Facts:
Two-thirds of the world's electronic information lives on EMC.

EMC is the only NYSE-listed company to be an S&P 500 top ten performing
stock for the past 3, 5 and 10 years.

EMC named one of America's five top-performing companies, ranking fourth on
the Barron's 500 and fifth on the Business Week 50.

EMC named one of the world's 100 best-managed companies for second straight
year by Industry Week magazine.

EMC named one of the World's Most Admired Companies by Fortune Magazine.

EMC finished the decade as the top-performing stock on NYSE.

EMC Customers Include:
100% of the world's largest Telecom companies
100% of the world's largest Banks
95% of the Fortune 100 companies
97 of the 100 S&P Global 100 Index
90% of the BusinessWeek top 50 companies

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