Is there a white paper on your site or anywhere that describes, in detail, the differences between HDS 9900 and EMC 8000?
HDS tends to compare its new products only with its older products so as not to disparage the competition. Any comparison provided by HDS would most likely be perceived as biased by its customers. It tends to rely on trustworthy third parties for direct comparisons. The Evaluator Group, Gartner, IDC, Forbes magazine, Aberdeen Group and other industry analysts have done that work for you.
Contact your local HDS rep, as I am sure they would be more than happy to send you a copy of those reports.
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