IBM System Storage N series vs NetApp V-Series [EOL]

IBM System Storage N series is ranked 4th in NAS with 1 review vs NetApp V-Series [EOL] which is ranked unranked in NAS with 2 reviews. The top reviewer of IBM System Storage N series writes "All protocols come in the same box, including CIFS file server if you have NetApp experience this storage is the same". The top reviewer of NetApp V-Series [EOL] writes "Flexible, allowing us to provide NAS and SAN solutions with the same hardware". IBM System Storage N series is most compared with NetApp FAS Series, NetApp V-Series [EOL] and HPE StoreEasy. NetApp V-Series [EOL] is most compared with EMC Isilon, FreeNAS and Oracle Sun ZFS Storage Appliance.
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IBM System Storage N series storage systems offer a solution for a broad range of deployment scenarios. IBM System Storage N series storage systems function as a multi-protocol storage device that is designed to allow you to simultaneously serve both file and block-level data across a single network. The flexibility of IBM System Storage N series storage systems allows them to address the storage needs of a wide range of organizations, including distributed enterprises and data centers for mid-range enterprises. IBM System Storage N series storage systems also support sites with computer and data-intensive enterprise applications, such as database, data warehousing, work-group collaboration, and messaging.

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Sample CustomersFreeBit, Ipeer, Trinecke Zelezarny, ACH Colombia, T-Mobile, Mitsubishi Motors AustraliaCity of Houston, Health Choice Network, SVC Bank, Plex Systems, Larsen & Toubro, IWD, JCVI
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