"...competing deduping backup array disk array targets"
Looks like some deduping needed in the article?
Exagrid, which produces deduping disk backup target arrays, announced record revenue for the fourth 2016 quarter; its 12th,consecutive cash-positive quarter. It grew double digits over the previous quarter and same quarter of the prior year as well as for the full year of 2016 over 2015. The company wants to increase the …
You know how Exagrid wins? Under-sizing and and a race to the lowest price. I've met a lot of customers that get free expansion nodes and only pay maintenance on them because that was negotiated in to their initial sale.
It's a good kit, but post process dedupe while claiming better restores, has other items to contend with in other operations too. No different than in-line having benefits and negatives to it.
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