Dominick Delfino will become chief revenue officer and head of sales immediately and Chief Operating Officer Paul Mountford will step down.
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Pure's largest acquisition to date highlights how it is pushing more into multi-cloud data services along with its integrated storage gear and software.
As for the outlook, Western Digital projected revenue between $3.7 billion and $3.9 billion with non-GAAP earnings between 45 cents a share and 65 cents a share. The outlook includes COVID-19 related costs.
Economic uncertainty in Seagate's core consumer industries has hurt demand, but cloud and data center spending is solid.
The company continues to simplify and revamp its Dell EMC storage portfolio.
Dell EMC PowerStore, built with a "clean sheet design," represents simplification for Dell Technologies' sprawling storage portfolio.
In the third quarter, Western Digital's client device sales were up 13% due to work from home moves. Data center sales were up 22% due to cloud demand.
Data center demand is strong as are remote work tools such as notebooks. Smartphones and consumer electronics demand is weak, according to the storage and memory giant.
Pure Storage projected first quarter revenue of $365 million with a non-GAAP operating loss of about $40 million. Wall Street was expecting sales of $381 million.
For fiscal 2020, NetApp projected a revenue decline of 8% with non-GAAP gross margins between 67% to 68%.