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Fujitsu introduces the Eternus DX60 and DX80 midrange disk arrays

Megan Kellett
Fujitsu recently introduced the DX60 and DX80 midrange disk arrays for its Eternus midrange product line. These disk arrays replace the Eternus 2000, 4000, and 8000, which

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are all at the low end of the product line. The DX60 and DX80 may benefit small to midsized business customers, but how?

Jeff Boles, senior analyst of validation services at the Taneja Group, discusses the features of these disk arrays, how they'll benefit SMBs, and what they're up against in today's market.

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