Why software defined storage has failed to take off, according to Kaminario

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Why software defined storage has failed to take off, according to Kaminario

Hardware vendors are too precious with their IP, says Mick Bradley

Computing's latest research into data centre infrastructure and cloud paints a gloomy picture for proponents of software defined storage, which has largely failed to excite the market in the way predicted....

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