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Dell, HPE, NetApp, Pure Storage Lead Gartner’s Primary Storage Arrays Magic Quadrant

Dell Technologies, HPE, NetApp, IBM and Pure Storage top Gartner’s new Magic Quadrant for Primary Storage Arrays. Read about each company’s strengths and weaknesses.

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Leader: Dell Technologies

Dell Technologies took home the silver medal for execution on Gartner’s Magic Quadrant and ranks No. 4 for vision. The Round Rock, Texas-based worldwide enterprise storage market leader provides Dell EMC PowerMax, PowerStore, Unity XT, SC Series and XreamIO external storage arrays for workloads associated with the primary storage. The $91 billion infrastructure giant has been streamlining its storage product over the past few years with customers ranging from SMBs to very large enterprises. The biggest storage push in 2021 for Dell is “all around PowerStore.”

Strength: PowerStore with AppsON enables users to natively deploy VMware vSphere-based virtual machines on the storage array to simplify and cost optimize IT infrastructure. Dell has a strong direct and indirect sale and support presence globally.

Weakness: Gartner said PowerStore has technology gaps involving advanced AIOps management, dual parity resiliency, end-to-end NVMe and native synchronous replication to bring the offering up to a best-in-class level.

 
 
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