Enterprise Storage Vendors
There's a number of vendors that sell enterprise storage hardware or offer cloud-based enterprise storage. View Webopedia's Enterprise storage vendor list here.
Enterprise storage is a broad category that includes products and services designed to assist large organizations with saving and retrieving digital information. Organizations can choose to purchase and deploy on-premises enterprise storage systems, or they can choose to store their data with an external cloud computing service.
Recommended Reading: Webopedia's enterprise storage definition.
The following list of vendors sell enterprise storage hardware or offer cloud-based enterprise storage:
Enterprise Storage Hardware Vendors
Companies that sell enterprise storage hardware include the following:
Cloud-Based Enterprise Storage Vendors
Companies that offer cloud-based enterprise storage include the following:
Open Source Enterprise Storage
Open source projects related to enterprise storage include the following:
Cisco, Brocade, Emulex and QLogic are the biggest makers of enterprise storage networking switches and adapters.
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