Infinidat Recognized as a January 2020 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Primary Storage28.01.2020
Infinidat, a leading provider of enterprise storage solutions, today announced that the company has been named a January 2020 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Primary Storage. Gartner defines Primary Storage as dedicated products or product lines for hybrid storage arrays, solid-state arrays (SSAs) or both. Infinidat was previously named a Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for General-Purpose Disk Arrays vendor in February 2019.
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The Customers’ Choice distinction represents customers’ view of the market’s highest-rated vendors and is determined by both the number of reviews and overall ratings. To be recognized, a vendor must have at least 50 verified reviews with an average rating of 4.2 stars or higher (out of 5.0 stars) in the last 12 months. As of January 22, 2020, Infinidat has received 104 reviews from verified customers with an average overall score of 4.9 stars out of 5 in the last 12 months. Furthermore, 98% of customers indicated their willingness to recommend Infinidat to their peers.
“We’re thrilled to again be recognized as a Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice,” said Moshe Yanai, CEO and founder of Infinidat. “We believe the designation reflects Infinidat’s superb post-sales support effectiveness and our success in delivering a world-class customer experience. We know we must continue to earn our customers’ loyalty every day, and we’re grateful for their feedback on our roadmap, which ensures we have an efficient and rapid development process.”
A primary storage array’s foremost purpose is to support response time and input/output per second (IOPS)-sensitive structured data workloads. Typical use cases include mission-critical workloads, mainstream database workloads and in-house-developed transactional applications. Other use cases include consolidation of virtualized applications, analytics, high-performance computing (HPC) and providing persistent storage for container environments.