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Spectra Logic gets midrange and enterprise tape storage systems awards
This article is part of the December 2012 Vol. 11 No. 10 issue of Storage magazine
About the survey The Storage magazine/SearchStorage.com Quality Awards are designed to identify and recognize products that have proven their quality and reliability in actual use. Results are derived from a survey of qualified readers who assess products in five main categories: sales-force competence, initial product quality, product features, product reliability and technical support. Our methodology incorporates statistically valid polling that eliminates market share as a factor. Indeed, our objective is to identify the most reliable products on the market regardless of vendor name, reputation or size. Products are rated on a scale of 1.00 to 8.00, where 8.00 is the best score. A total of 378 respondents provided 468 tape library evaluations. The seventh edition of Storage magazine's Quality Awards for tape storage systems tallied tape users' ratings for service and reliability, and Spectra Logic came out on top twice. It seems when Spectra Logic Corp. is in it, the company wins it. The "it" in this case is the Storage ...
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