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"Its price is fair. IBM is quite fair in price when you compare it with others. We also use Hitachi internally, and Hitachi is always a little bit more expensive. NetApp is also a bit more expensive. So, IBM has good positioning in terms of price."

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DS5000 storage systems are equally adept at supporting transactional applications such as databases and online transaction processing (OLTP), throughput-intensive applications such as high-performance computing (HPC) and rich media, and concurrent workloads for consolidation and virtualization. DS5000 series storage systems can support service level agreements (SLAs) for the most common operating systems, including Microsoft Windows, UNIX, Linux and Apple Macintosh. 
With drive-level encryption, DS5000 series storage systems support affordable data security with no performance penalty. The DS5000 storage system’s multiple replication options, drive-level encryption, and persistent cache backup can help ensure that any data in cache is captured and safe in the event of a power outage.

Hyper ISE creates a new class of storage system, focused on performance-driven applications. It is a true amalgamation of solid-state drive (SSD) and hard disk drive (HDD) technologies into a single pool of capacity.

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IBM System Storage DS5000 Series is ranked 5th in Modular SAN with 3 reviews while XIO Hyper ISE is ranked 15th in Modular SAN. IBM System Storage DS5000 Series is rated 8.0, while XIO Hyper ISE is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of IBM System Storage DS5000 Series writes "Stable with good scalability and generally easy to setup". On the other hand, IBM System Storage DS5000 Series is most compared with , whereas XIO Hyper ISE is most compared with Nutanix Acropolis AOS.

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