Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) has sold quite a few file storage boxes and has kept its revenues more or less at the same level, with sales of its virtual storage platform (VSP) enterprise array growing strongly as well. Mid-range modular array sales look sad in comparison - newbie Hitachi Unified Storage (HUS) just isn't hustling. …
AMS not AMD
"The weak points were the old AMD and new HUS business"
AMS.. not AMD...
Where is IBM in all of this? They have to be in that group with HDS and NetApp, as far as revenues.
My interpretation: HDS is also offering the HUS-VM which most probably runs under "Enterprise" and is the much better choice over the HUS which seems to be a jazzed-up variant of the good ol' AMS2500 with a little more cache (16GB which is by far too low) and CPU oomph.
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