Last week Reuters reported results from a Merrill Lynch survey of 100 CIOs. Below are the key findings:Cisco, Microsoft, SAP, and EMC are likely to win more business in 2005.
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IDC, Meta Group, and Nemeretes Research have a similar story to tell about how much the storage market is going to grow this year. The figure seems to hover at 45%-50%.
We analyzed the last 6 months of our IT Priorities data to see what's happening in the world of hardware projects and plans. We noticed that while server and storage 12-month plans were most divergent in December 2004, 51% vs.
An analysis of hardware trends in our IT Priorities data reveals that when planned server projects pick up, planned storage projects drop, or vice versa. A chart shows a nearly inverse relationship between the two central hardware investments over the last 12 months.
EMC is twice as likely as their nearest competitor to be the favorite storage vendor. 20% of those decision makers naming a preferred vendor identified EMC, while around 10% named HP and Dell, respectively.
Pure has organically grown a global IP portfolio of close to 150 patents and pending applications. The IBM deal brings Pure's patent total to 300.
SanDisk CEO Sanjay Mehrotra maintained praise for the company's accomplishments, noting that 2014 has still been a record year for the flash memory maker.
Storage player Seagate posted earnings of $320 million, down from $348 million in the same period last year.
Pure Storage CEO Scott Dietzen said in a statement that he expects the flash storage firm to reach $1 billion in revenue this year.
The storage giant says the card is built to meet the reliability, quality and temperature demands of the automotive market.