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Gartner’s 15 Hyperconverged Infrastructure Magic Quadrant Leaders

CRN breaks down the 15 vendors ranked on Gartner’s new 2019 Hyperconverged Infrastructure Magic Quadrant including Cisco, Dell EMC, HPE, Nutanix, Pivot3 and VMware.

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Niche Player: Sangfor Technologies

Founded in 2000, the China-based publicly held IT developer shipped its Sangfor HCI in 2015. The hyperconverged infrastructure offering was initially focused on Oracle RAC but now supports a broader range of enterprise applications. Sangfor Technologies ranks among the bottom of the pack for both execution and vision on the Magic Quadrant.

In 2019, Sangfor has focused on expansion beyond its home country and Asia, with notable expansion in select countries in Europe and the Middle East. Sangfor has also launched Sangfor Community that provides a knowledge base, online technical support, installation and configuration guides, and a community forum. Sangfor aCloud is used primarily for mission-critical, core IT and VDI use cases in midsize enterprises.

Strength: Sangfor provides a cost-competitive alternative for small and medium enterprises.

Weakness: More than 90 percent of Sangfor HCI sales occur in the People’s Republic of China, with local support resources limited outside Asia.

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