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Let's talk a little about this week's Infosmack, the world's best podcast about enterprise technology.

Episode 91's big guest is Pat Gelsinger, EMC's second-in-command, and former Intel bigwig.

He talks about the transformation of EMC from just another high-end storage company to becoming a player in the Cloud. Pat is talking revolution and he wants to buy more companies to make it happen.

So he didn't say "just another" … but he's one smart guy, who has very interesting stuff to say on enterprise tech trends. Here goes:

You can listen using the Reg media player below, or download the MP3 here.

By the by, Infosmack is broadcasting live in the City of London at the Golden Fleece Pub on Thursday. March 24 Kick-off is 6pm. And you'll be wanting the full address - 8 Queen Street, London, EC4N 1SP

The event is combined with Storagebeers knees-up. All welcome. ®

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