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Dell/Compellent Wins Our Storage Evaluation
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Storage_SE
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Storage_SE,
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12/5/2012 | 7:44:46 PM
re: Dell/Compellent Wins Our Storage Evaluation
HP 3PAR? Where is it in this evaluation? It beats the snot out of Compellent (and EMC) in every category.
moarsauce123
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moarsauce123,
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6/5/2012 | 6:09:26 PM
re: Dell/Compellent Wins Our Storage Evaluation
How does EqualLogic lag in innovation compared to Compellent? Their SSD implementation is far more impressive.
Sam Iam
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Sam Iam,
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5/8/2012 | 12:29:56 AM
re: Dell/Compellent Wins Our Storage Evaluation
Yes, no storage evaluation would have included Fujitsu. This guy is thinking of Hiatchi.
Sam Iam
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Sam Iam,
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5/8/2012 | 12:28:57 AM
re: Dell/Compellent Wins Our Storage Evaluation
Fujitsu? I think you mean Hiatchi. Fujitsu is an extremely small storage provider. They fall into the "others" category in storage surveys and market share stats. The big three in storage have been EMC, IBM and Hitachi Data Systems for the last generation.
MyW0r1d
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MyW0r1d,
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5/6/2012 | 6:04:20 PM
re: Dell/Compellent Wins Our Storage Evaluation
When did reporting on the results of a peer survey or objective scale (performance, cost, ...) become personal opinion (attribution of he where the opinion is expressed and consolidated of the respondents)? Tough crowd Art, but we now know Fujitsu enjoys some energetic, loyalty before all defenders just as Apple. The full report implies effort and time expended to read, your executive summary here is sufficient ;-)
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llacas,
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5/5/2012 | 1:01:23 AM
re: Dell/Compellent Wins Our Storage Evaluation
And you're the idiot if you think everyone is a Fortune 500 company! We're a small college and can't afford Fujitsu or EMC! Stop being a tool and try to be more open.
ArtWittmann
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ArtWittmann,
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5/5/2012 | 12:45:51 AM
re: Dell/Compellent Wins Our Storage Evaluation
Details on company size of the respondents can be found in full report.
ArtWittmann
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ArtWittmann,
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5/5/2012 | 12:45:06 AM
re: Dell/Compellent Wins Our Storage Evaluation
Fujitsu was on the list of companies to choose from. It was on of the companies that didn't get enough responses to be included in the final evaluation. See the full report for details.
Mr. Rick
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Mr. Rick,
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5/5/2012 | 12:01:01 AM
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What kind of evaluation is this, he left out Fujitsu, the only company that can compete with EMC with quality. And yes, it is faster. Fujitsu and EMC are the Mercedes and BMW of storage and here is this idiot touting the Hyundai of storage.
Sam Iam
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Sam Iam,
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5/4/2012 | 9:59:25 PM
re: Dell/Compellent Wins Our Storage Evaluation
These must be small mid-market customers if Compellent won an evaluation.


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