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REPORT: Simplify vendor evaluations with Gartner 2016 Magic Quadrant for Solid-State Arrays

05 Sep 2016

As our world becomes increasingly data-focused, solid-state arrays (SSA) have quickly risen to prominence.

According to a prominent Gartner study, within four years 50 percent of data centers will use SSAs for primary data instead of hybrid arrays, a monumental leap from less than 1 percent today. With these statistics, it’s clear that for most data centers it’s not if they will be considering solutions from SSA vendors, but when.

You can simplify your vendor evaluation with the Gartner Report: Which Storage Vendor is Positioned Furthest Overall for Completeness in the Leaders Quadrant? Gartner has done the research for you to help your organization make an informed IT decision. Read the 2016 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Solid-State Arrays to gain insights regarding the future of the storage market and an independent vendor comparison. Also learn why Pure Storage achieved the furthest overall position in most completeness of vision.

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