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"This solution is priced well and there are no costs in addition to the standard licensing fees.""Costs are based on the features and it is a considerable amount."

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Top Answer: The most valuable feature is its ability to handle a high number of users while maintaining both stability and performance.
Top Answer: This solution is not suitable for SMB because the price is more expensive. Costs are based on the features and it is a considerable amount. It really depends on the needs of the client.
Top Answer: We would like to have a more economical version of this solution that is suitable for use with a mid-range scale, such as one that can handle between 35,000 and 50,000 users. The manageability needs… more »
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9th
out of 26 in NAS
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Rating
7.5
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out of 26 in NAS
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1,101
Comparisons
918
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Overview
Hitachi NAS Platforms help you with file sharing, file server consolidation and application storage for Oracle, Microsoft and virtual environments. Deploy the highest performance per node in the industry. Apply capacity efficiencies that let you actually do more, but with a lot less. Realize significant cost savings for your organization.

IBM Scale-out NAS (SONAS) is a solution for cloud storage implementations. It is designed to consolidate files that are scattered in multiple storage locations and allow them to be efficiently shared and managed.

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Intersect AustraliaNASCO, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Equinix, Enea, AMC Networks, CPFL Energia, Panasonic Automotive Systems, Columbia Sportswear, Astro-Med
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Computer Software Company39%
Comms Service Provider22%
Manufacturing Company12%
Government5%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company40%
Comms Service Provider15%
Financial Services Firm13%
Manufacturing Company10%
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Hitachi NAS is ranked 9th in NAS with 3 reviews while IBM Scale-out NAS is ranked 13th in NAS. Hitachi NAS is rated 7.6, while IBM Scale-out NAS is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Hitachi NAS writes "Good performance and reliability, but the management interface needs to be improved". On the other hand, Hitachi NAS is most compared with Dell EMC PowerScale (Isilon), NetApp FAS Series, IBM FlashSystem, Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform N Series and NetApp Private Storage, whereas IBM Scale-out NAS is most compared with Dell EMC PowerScale (Isilon), HPE StoreEasy, FreeNAS, NetApp FAS Series and HPE 3PAR StoreServ.

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