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The Impact of Disruptive Technologies on the Professional Storage Market

Over the past couple of decades, the server market has evolved from closed, proprietary, and most importantly extremely expensive mainframe and proprietary RISC servers into today's highly competitive x86 server market. However, the professional storage market is still ruled by proprietary, legacy systems. Today, you can get a very powerful server that can cope with most server workloads for something like $5000. Even better, you can run tens of workloads in parallel by virtualizing them. But go to the storage market with four or even five times that budget and you will likely return with a low end SAN. But change is in the air; after resting in a steady state for almost a decade, the market is changing and the change is fundamental. Well, that is our opinion. Read on to form your own.

The Impact of Disruptive Technologies on the Professional Storage Market

Over the past couple of decades, the server market has evolved from closed, proprietary, and most importantly extremely expensive mainframe and proprietary RISC servers into today's highly competitive x86 server market. However, the professional storage market is still ruled by proprietary, legacy systems. Today, you can get a very powerful server that can cope with most server workloads for something like $5000. Even better, you can run tens of workloads in parallel by virtualizing them. But go to the storage market with four or even five times that budget and you will likely return with a low end SAN. But change is in the air; after resting in a steady state for almost a decade, the market is changing and the change is fundamental. Well, that is our opinion. Read on to form your own.

The Impact of Disruptive Technologies on the Professional Storage Market

Over the past couple of decades, the server market has evolved from closed, proprietary, and most importantly extremely expensive mainframe and proprietary RISC servers into today's highly competitive x86 server market. However, the professional storage market is still ruled by proprietary, legacy systems. Today, you can get a very powerful server that can cope with most server workloads for something like $5000. Even better, you can run tens of workloads in parallel by virtualizing them. But go to the storage market with four or even five times that budget and you will likely return with a low end SAN. But change is in the air; after resting in a steady state for almost a decade, the market is changing and the change is fundamental. Well, that is our opinion. Read on to form your own.

The Impact of Disruptive Technologies on the Professional Storage Market

Over the past couple of decades, the server market has evolved from closed, proprietary, and most importantly extremely expensive mainframe and proprietary RISC servers into today's highly competitive x86 server market. However, the professional storage market is still ruled by proprietary, legacy systems. Today, you can get a very powerful server that can cope with most server workloads for something like $5000. Even better, you can run tens of workloads in parallel by virtualizing them. But go to the storage market with four or even five times that budget and you will likely return with a low end SAN. But change is in the air; after resting in a steady state for almost a decade, the market is changing and the change is fundamental. Well, that is our opinion. Read on to form your own.

The Impact of Disruptive Technologies on the Professional Storage Market

Over the past couple of decades, the server market has evolved from closed, proprietary, and most importantly extremely expensive mainframe and proprietary RISC servers into today's highly competitive x86 server market. However, the professional storage market is still ruled by proprietary, legacy systems. Today, you can get a very powerful server that can cope with most server workloads for something like $5000. Even better, you can run tens of workloads in parallel by virtualizing them. But go to the storage market with four or even five times that budget and you will likely return with a low end SAN. But change is in the air; after resting in a steady state for almost a decade, the market is changing and the change is fundamental. Well, that is our opinion. Read on to form your own.

The Impact of Disruptive Technologies on the Professional Storage Market

Over the past couple of decades, the server market has evolved from closed, proprietary, and most importantly extremely expensive mainframe and proprietary RISC servers into today's highly competitive x86 server market. However, the professional storage market is still ruled by proprietary, legacy systems. Today, you can get a very powerful server that can cope with most server workloads for something like $5000. Even better, you can run tens of workloads in parallel by virtualizing them. But go to the storage market with four or even five times that budget and you will likely return with a low end SAN. But change is in the air; after resting in a steady state for almost a decade, the market is changing and the change is fundamental. Well, that is our opinion. Read on to form your own.

The Impact of Disruptive Technologies on the Professional Storage Market

Over the past couple of decades, the server market has evolved from closed, proprietary, and most importantly extremely expensive mainframe and proprietary RISC servers into today's highly competitive x86 server market. However, the professional storage market is still ruled by proprietary, legacy systems. Today, you can get a very powerful server that can cope with most server workloads for something like $5000. Even better, you can run tens of workloads in parallel by virtualizing them. But go to the storage market with four or even five times that budget and you will likely return with a low end SAN. But change is in the air; after resting in a steady state for almost a decade, the market is changing and the change is fundamental. Well, that is our opinion. Read on to form your own.

The Impact of Disruptive Technologies on the Professional Storage Market

Over the past couple of decades, the server market has evolved from closed, proprietary, and most importantly extremely expensive mainframe and proprietary RISC servers into today's highly competitive x86 server market. However, the professional storage market is still ruled by proprietary, legacy systems. Today, you can get a very powerful server that can cope with most server workloads for something like $5000. Even better, you can run tens of workloads in parallel by virtualizing them. But go to the storage market with four or even five times that budget and you will likely return with a low end SAN. But change is in the air; after resting in a steady state for almost a decade, the market is changing and the change is fundamental. Well, that is our opinion. Read on to form your own.

The Impact of Disruptive Technologies on the Professional Storage Market

Over the past couple of decades, the server market has evolved from closed, proprietary, and most importantly extremely expensive mainframe and proprietary RISC servers into today's highly competitive x86 server market. However, the professional storage market is still ruled by proprietary, legacy systems. Today, you can get a very powerful server that can cope with most server workloads for something like $5000. Even better, you can run tens of workloads in parallel by virtualizing them. But go to the storage market with four or even five times that budget and you will likely return with a low end SAN. But change is in the air; after resting in a steady state for almost a decade, the market is changing and the change is fundamental. Well, that is our opinion. Read on to form your own.

The Impact of Disruptive Technologies on the Professional Storage Market

Over the past couple of decades, the server market has evolved from closed, proprietary, and most importantly extremely expensive mainframe and proprietary RISC servers into today's highly competitive x86 server market. However, the professional storage market is still ruled by proprietary, legacy systems. Today, you can get a very powerful server that can cope with most server workloads for something like $5000. Even better, you can run tens of workloads in parallel by virtualizing them. But go to the storage market with four or even five times that budget and you will likely return with a low end SAN. But change is in the air; after resting in a steady state for almost a decade, the market is changing and the change is fundamental. Well, that is our opinion. Read on to form your own.