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EMC may refer to:
- EMC Corporation, an information management company
- IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Society, a worldwide professional engineering society
- Eastern Media Centre, a television channel in the UK
- Electric Membership Corporation, a type of Utility cooperative
- Electro-Motive Corporation, a predecessor of the former General Motors Division Electro-Motive Diesel
- Erode Municipal Corporation, a civic Administrative body in South India
- EMC Mortgage Corporation, a subsidiary of JPMorgan Chase
- EMC Motorcycles, a defunct British motorcycle company
- EMC Publishing, a publisher of educational textbooks and software
- Entrepreneurial Management Center, or EMC, at San Diego State University
- European Music Council, the European regional group of the International Music Council
- Evangelical Mennonite Conference, a Canadian Mennonite group of Evangelical Christians
- Evangelical Methodist Church, an American Christian denomination
- Evergreen Marine Corporation, a Taiwanese shipping company
In science and technology:
- Electromagnetic compatibility, a branch of electrical sciences
- electronic Medicines Compendium (eMC), a digital catalogue of pharmaceutical products
- Emergency Medical Care, a part of emergency medicine
- Enhanced Machine Controller (EMC, EMC2) Former names for the LinuxCNC software used to control CNC machines
- Environmental Modeling Center, an American government agency that develops atmospheric models
- European Mathematical Congress, see European Congress of Mathematics
- European Muon Collaboration, a former high-energy particle physics research group
- E=MC2, part of the mass-energy equivalence without an exponent
- Empire MineCraft Empire minecraft is a Minecraft community online.
- Exchange Management Console Microsoft Exchange email server management console.
- eMC (hip hop group), a hip hop group
- "E.M.C.", a song by Hawkwind from their 1988 album The Xenon Codex
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