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Published: 22 Oct 2012

Perennially strong in midrange NAS, NetApp adds the enterprise-class award in the latest Diogenes Labs-Storage magazine Quality Award. Get out the brooms. NetApp is the undisputed top NAS vendor after a clean sweep of the enterprise and midrange categories in this year's Diogenes Labs-Storage magazine Quality Award III for NAS survey. NetApp is synonymous with NAS and has historically done very well among the midrange products in our survey, winning the top midrange spot three years in a row. The big news this time is that NetApp also captured the top enterprise award. NetApp notched solid scores in all categories. However, IBM was a strong challenger, ranking second among enterprise and midrange systems. Hewlett-Packard (HP) Co., which was near the bottom of both categories last year, placed third among enterprise products and fourth in the midrange group. Dell Inc. improved its year-over-year placement by coming in third for midrange products. EMC Corp. took fourth place in the enterprise class and rounded out the midrange finalists with a fifth-place ... Access >>>

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