back to article Maps to the storage stars: Who'll make it big in next 10 years?

Which suppliers will be the major storage players in the next 10 years on the same scale as Dell, HPE, IBM and NetApp are today? And how will they fit into the storage landscape? This analysis is a personal opinion and isn't based on an exhaustive review of market dynamics, supplier strategy and results and myriad CIO …

  1. Dwarf Silver badge

    An interesting read, but you seem to have forgotten about NetApp's Hyperconverged solution in your second diagram.

    See your own article on that topic here

  2. Androgynous Cow Herd

    NTAP HCI was covered in this sentence:

    "The absence of any supplier on this list, or in the other category areas of this article, does not mean we don't think they will make it; it means that we don't yet see any compelling evidence that they will."

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    For Nutanix to succeed they will have to find a way to profitability. They are burning cash at a higher rate than Uber, but they aren't Uber.

    The most likely scenario for them is to get bought by IBM.

  4. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    What about Infinidat? Seems to me it's being underestimated in the current market?

  5. SniperPenguin

    ArcServe UDP is strangely absent from the backup vendors?

    A bad experience maybe Chris? As they are a viable alternative to the Veeam/CommVault monopoly going on at the moment.

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