EMC receives number 1 storage ranking
Dubai, June 18, 2012
EMC Corporation announced that it is ranked by customers across the globe as the number one storage choice for mission critical environments, according to the latest end-user study from IDC.
The survey ranks storage vendors based on customer deployment patterns within the most widely-used enterprise applications, a statement from EMC said.
More customers choose EMC storage than any other vendors for their Oracle, Microsoft Exchange and SharePoint, SAP, Business Intelligence and Analytics, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure and Home Directory environments, according to the IDC study.
The results are based on the survey of 1,000 respondents representing 15 countries and across 19 industries with company size ranging from 50 employees to over 10,000 employees.
The survey focused primarily on applications, enabling IDC to ascertain end-user sentiment regarding their preference toward certain brands based on specific applications, the statement said.
Jeremy Burton, executive vice president and chief marketing officer, EMC, said: “Whether in traditional, next-generation virtualised cloud, Big Data or Hybrid Cloud, customers are choosing EMC as their number one choice for the most mission critical application environments.”
“Our product and technology innovation centered on helping customers handle the data deluge driven by the two hottest trends in IT - the transition to cloud computing and the management of Big Data,” he concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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