That being said, I would be hard-pressed to recommend one vendor over the other simply because I believe their products are comparable in terms of performance and reliability. This leaves support and compatibility as factors left to consider in making the right choice. A review of your existing hardware environment and the backup software you are (or will be) using may impose a natural selection by elimination.
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