Compare Fujitsu PRIMEFLEX vs. SteelFusion

Fujitsu PRIMEFLEX is ranked 26th in Hyper-Converged (HCI) while SteelFusion is ranked 15th in Hyper-Converged (HCI) with 1 review. Fujitsu PRIMEFLEX is rated 0, while SteelFusion is rated 9.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of SteelFusion writes "Sync to Central and edge protection mitigate my risk in our branch offices". Fujitsu PRIMEFLEX is most compared with Nutanix, HPE Hyper Converged and HPE SimpliVity, whereas SteelFusion is most compared with Nutanix, VMware vSAN and Oracle Exalogic.
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338
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1
Average Words per Review
658
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9.0
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Overview

PRIMEFLEX is a pre-defined, integrated and tested combination of servers, storage, network connectivity and software. Fujitsu’s PRIMEFLEX integrated system family includes both, classical converged and hyper-converged systems. It comprises ready-to-run factory-installed solutions and reference architectures which are easily adjusted to customer-specific requirements. Along with its reference architectures, Fujitsu makes detailed configuration and installation descriptions available as a standard. Optional deployment and integration services ensure a smooth integration into the on-site environment. To ensure simplified operation and maintenance, Fujitsu provides support at solution level, and further data center services including managed and hosting services.

Riverbed SteelFusion is the first and only hyper-converged infrastructure for branch IT, enables 100% consolidation of branch data and servers from remote sites into data centers, delivering complete data security and centralized data protection, without compromising on any of the benefits of running branch services locally for your users. SteelFusion eliminates the need for physical servers, storage and backup infrastructure at branch locations, creates the ability to instantly provision and recover branch services, and provides full visibility and superior performance of on-premises and cloud-based applications, leading to dramatic increases in data security, business continuity, agility and operational efficiency.
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Sample Customers
Locarent, Zech, Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria, Pea Soup, Make IT, ItarexTecan Trading, Northwest Pipe, Dudek & Associates, Blach Construction, nkt cables, WAMGROUP, DJO, Mazzetti, Siemens Indonesia
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