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Demartek Evaluates NetApp Hybrid Array With Flash Pool Technology

GOLDEN, CO -- (Marketwired) -- 05/16/14 -- Demartek, an independent computer industry analyst firm with its own computer test lab, today announces that it has evaluated the NetApp Hybrid Array with Flash Pool Technology.

"The NetApp Flash Pool technology provides accelerated and more consistent storage performance than the performance available with hard disk drive only storage volumes," said Dennis Martin, Demartek President. "We tested different configurations and found that NetApp's Flash Pool technology provided not only a significant increase in performance and lower latency, but also a lower cost per IOPS and cost per GB compared to the hard-disk drive only solution."

This Demartek evaluation is available at: http://www.demartek.com/Demartek_NetApp_Hybrid_Array_with_Flash_Pool_Technology_Evaluation_2014-05.html on the Demartek web site.

About Demartek

Demartek is a computer industry analyst organization with its own ISO 17025 accredited computer test lab. Demartek provides real-world, hands-on research & analysis by focusing on industry analysis and lab validation testing of server, network, storage and security technologies, for the small and medium business (SMB) environment and the large enterprise. Information about Demartek services is available at: http://www.demartek.com/Demartek_lab_validation.html on the Demartek website.

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Contact:
Dennis Martin
303-940-7575

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