Dell is ranked the no.1 storage vendor in terms of the total number of terabytes sold (internal and external) for the first half of 2014, according to IDC Worldwide Quarterly Disk Storage Systems Tracker Q2 2014.
During this period Dell has shipped 4,311,728 terabytes, or more than 4 exabytes, of storage capacity globally.
Dell was also recognized as the leading vendor in both revenue and market share for iSCSI storage and as the leading vendor for external DAS vendor based on revenue share worldwide for the first half of 2014, Dell said.
Dell has tailored its storage portfolio to address the demands arising from big data, mobility, social media and cloud. The company offers converged infrastructure, software-defined storage and in-server flash solutions to modern enterprises.
Dell has also been recognized as the IT Brand Pulse 2014 Market Leader in All Flash iSCSI SSD and overall Price Leader for hybrid SSD/HDD environments and for All-Flash Fibre Channel arrays, iSCSI arrays, NAS and flash management software.
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Manish Gupta, General Manager and Director, Enterprise Solutions, Dell India said, “Dell’s market leadership has been indicative of the significant investment that we have devoted in providing our customers with future-ready data center solutions. We also have dedicated a significant amount of our resources in improving the strength of our coverage across the country.”
In one of the recent developments, Dell formed partnership with Lenovo to expand enterprise server portfolio. Lenovo added two rack systems and one tower servers targeting the traditional and software-defined data center data center environments.