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Dell laid out the executive structure it plans to institute once the EMC deal closes. Part of the plan involves Michael Dell — CEO of the combined company, obviously — forming an executive council. Its members would include the combined company’s business-unit presidents and CEOs from some of the EMC Federation companies: Pat Gelsinger of VMware, Rob Mee of Pivotal, and Rodney Rogers of Virtustream. The committee would also include Mike Cote, CEO of SecureWorks, an EMC division that’s filed for a possible IPO.
Mellanox Technologies introduced the NPS-400, the latest network processor out of EZchip, which the company acquired in February. In addition to performing packet processing, the chip can handle Layer 7 functions such as security.
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