Pure Storage, the all-flash storage leader that helps innovators build a better world with data, has been named a November 2018 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Solid State Arrays.
In Gartner Peer Insights ‘Voice of the Customer’, Solid-State Arrays, Pure, was listed with the highest overall rating of 4.9 out of 5 across 250 verified peer reviews, more than twice as many reviews as the next-closest vendor, as of October 31 2018.
Per Gartner, the Solid-State Arrays (SSA) market is defined by customer requirements for highly automated, guaranteed low latency solid-state storage arrays compared to older larger and slower electromechanical storage array offerings which use hard-disk drives (HDDs).
Solid state arrays that are developed, offered, sold and marketed by vendors in this market must have a dedicated model and name, and cannot be configured with HDDs at any time.
Pure was founded on a customer-first philosophy that has remained a core component of the company’s innovation strategy today. As evidenced by an industry-leading Net Promoter Score (NPS) of 86.6, Pure delivers a portfolio of products and solutions that not only drive business results, but meet the evolving needs and expectations of modern business.
“Pure has always been focused on providing the best possible experience for customers, whether through the subscription that innovation customers enjoy with Evergreen Storage, or next-generation solutions that drive our industry-best net promoter score. We believe our recognition as a November 2018 Customers’ Choice for Solid State Arrays is the result of a continued commitment to help customers tackle increasingly complex problems with user-friendly solutions,” said Robson Grieve, Chief Marketing Officer, Pure Storage.
“As Pure expands its portfolio, unlocking new possibilities and capabilities for our customers, we will continue to create products and solutions that are the easiest to use, most effective to deploy and best-designed to support the needs of modern business.”
This distinction comes less than two months after the release of Pure Cloud Data Services, a series of major updates to Pure’s product portfolio that seamlessly integrate public cloud and on-premises to help customers build architectures that are more data-centric. In addition, Pure Storage announced its first acquisition in August.Click below to share this article