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WE BUY SAN/NAS STORAGE LIQUIDATION
A-Z Computer Liquidators
buy surplus SAN storage - NAS
used network attached storage arrays
of all manufacturers and models. Are you
looking to sell storage networking, Storage Area Networks (SAN), and Network Attached Storage (NAS)
equipment. A-Z Computer Liquidators works
regularly with storage administrators and IT manager
to put cash back in the budget while freeing
up space. Submit SAN and network attached
storage (NAS) devices, storage arrays for a
About A-Z Computer
- Liquidators buys used enterprise
hardware (servers, switches, storage,
- No liquidation project is too big or
too small - nationwide asset recovery
- We quote end of life (EOL / EOSL)
- On-site inspection / valuation /
quick asset removal. Request a quote.
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- IBM SAN and NAS storage
EMC – ClARiiON, Symmetrix,
VMAXe Storage Arrays
- NetApp – NetApp FAS Disk
Shelves and Storage Media
- Hitachi – Data Systems, Disk
Extension Arrays or Drives
- Dell – PowerVault,
EqualLogic & Compellent
- HP 3PAR StoreServ Storage
- HP StorageWorks Enterprise
- Used Coraid storage arrays
- Promise – Vtrak & VessRAID
- Isilon Systems – S, X, NL
Series network-attached storage
- Sun StorEdge / StorageTek
- Brocade & McData – SAN Infrastructure
- Qlogic & Emulex Storage
Cavium pays $1 billion for QLogic, storage. After months of shopping itself, storage networking vendor QLogic has a buyer.
Networking semiconductor vendor Wednesday said it will pay $1 billion for the FC and Ethernet adapter company in a deal expected to close in the third quarter of 2016. The deal adds to the evidence that storage networking is a best fit as part of a larger Ethernet-dominated networking company.
Cisco kicked off the trend of
combining networking and storage when the
Ethernet giant stared selling
Fibre Channel SAN switches in 2003. The FC
connectivity market has seen a great deal of
consolidation since then, with FC vendors either
going away or joining forces with Ethernet
Avago Technologies acquired QLogic rival Emulex for $606 million in 2015. That deal was sandwiched between Avago’s purchases of storage and networking chip firm LSI and networking connectivity vendor Broadcom.
Dell and EMC are culturally separated by their different approaches to product development, to servers in Dell and storage in EMC. In the combined house, what will be the effect?
Dell's forte, or at least the chief of them, is a superbly executed supply chain, box-development and shifting at a level no one has bettered - well, Apple maybe. The management and monitoring of this chain, and its cost efficiency is such that Dell, and no other mainstream system server vendor, supplies hyperscaler data centres with its servers, taking on Supermicro, Quanta, and others in the ODM (Original Design Manufacturer) game.
DarkMatter and Dell EMC Announce Agreement to Deliver Next-Generation Storage and Analytics Solutions in a Secure Package. DarkMatter, an international cyber security firm headquartered in the UAE, and Dell EMC, a global leader in storage, converged systems, servers, big data and cloud infrastructure, today announced a partnership to help regional customers leverage the business benefits of next-generation storage and analytics, while incorporating advanced cyber threat protection.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE),
IBM +1.21% and others are
servicing the storage market with on-premise
traditional storage systems and server-based
storage products. In addition, these traditional
storage vendors are being challenged by public
cloud storage-as-a-service offerings from the
AMZN -1.25% AWS,
GOOGL -0.87% Cloud,
MSFT -0.20% Azure and others.
Server-based storage is on the rise.
With the rise of software-defined storage, IT
organizations are combining commodity server
hardware with software-defined storage stacks to
lower costs and streamline operations. While
traditional external storage arrays still make
up the majority of the market, IDC’s numbers for
2Q16 show server-based storage is now about 27%
of the total market, up from 22% a year ago.
A slowdown in
“hyperscale” purchasing is creating choppy
market demand. Hyperscale
FB -0.20%, Amazon, Google,
Baidu , and others who buy IT
equipment at massive scale—generally buy their
equipment in cycles, and many have slowed down
their spending over the last couple of quarters.
Hyperscale IT buyers make up a considerable
chunk of the market, so a lull in their demand
is enough to swing the growth patterns of the
overall market. Demand from these buyers is
expected to pick back up in the second half of
the year, which should have a positive effect on
market share for the group of original design
manufacturers (ODMs) large enough to sell
directly to hyperscale datacenters.