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"We pay approximately $50,000 USD per year in licensing fees.""With VMware, we pay $300,000 annually.""Our licensing fees are $500,000+ USD.""As far as the licensing costs, everything is included in the license.""They can tout the functionality and cutting edge technology that they have, but that's where the price tag comes in. The cost is high, but I think as they grow their business and get more customers that it will probably go down a little bit.""Its price could be better. It is not too expensive, but it is the high-end cost. It is kind of a Rolls-Royce. You pay a lot, but you get a lot out of it. So, the price pressure on the way down would be great, but at the end of the day, if you need to do the work, you just pay for it."

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Top Answer: Overall stability is very good. It is a very stable solution.
Top Answer: In terms of what needs improvement, the dashboard and management could be simplified.
Top Answer: We are using version //X70 of Pure FlashArray. Our primary use case is to have a very fast storage array.
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9.3
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Hitachi VSP E990Pure FlashArray//X NVMe, Pure FlashArray//X, FlashArray//X
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100% DATA AVAILABILITY GUARANTEE. LOWEST COST PER IOPS IN THE INDUSTRY. ULTIMATE FLEXIBILITY IN CONSUMPTION.

Is your infrastructure futureproof? The Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform (VSP) portfolio delivers performance and agility today and scales to match future demands. Maintain digital business with a highly available 24/7 infrastructure. Stretch your budget and get more value from existing infrastructure.

Pure Storage FlashArray//X is the world’s first enterprise-class, all-NVMe flash storage array. It represents a new class of storage – shared accelerated storage, which is a term coined by Gartner – that delivers major breakthroughs in performance, simplicity, and consolidation.

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Fremont Bank, Judson ISD, The Nielsen Company
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Computer Software Company42%
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Financial Services Firm6%
Healthcare Company5%
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Small Business25%
Midsize Enterprise42%
Large Enterprise33%

Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform E990 is ranked 8th in NVMe while Pure FlashArray X NVMe is ranked 2nd in NVMe with 9 reviews. Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform E990 is rated 0.0, while Pure FlashArray X NVMe is rated 9.2. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Pure FlashArray X NVMe writes "Excellent diagnostics, intuitive console, and fantastic support". Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform E990 is most compared with Dell EMC PowerStore and NetApp NVMe AFF A800, whereas Pure FlashArray X NVMe is most compared with Dell EMC PowerMax NVMe, HPE Nimble Storage, Dell EMC Unity XT, Fusion-io and NetApp NVMe AFF A800.

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