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Analysis - editor mentions on STORAGEsearch.com
Analysis's reports page
- editor's comments:-September 2012 - Jim Handy, founder of
Objective Analysis, is in my opinion, one of just a handful of SSD analysts
worldwide who have put years of work into understanding the
SSD market and who truly
appreciate and understand its varied complexities. If you're going to spend
money on an SSD market analyst, opinion or report - you'd be nuts not to include
his company in your shortlist.
| In September 2007 - Objective Analysis
published a 110 page report called -
Solid State Disk Market: A Rigorous Look to their offering. (This was the
company's 1st major SSD report - but not the 1st by the author.)|
August 2008 -
Analysis published a new report (price $5,000) called - "Solid State
Drives in the Enterprise".
In September 2008 - at
Handy founder of Objective Analysis presented a paper called
How SSDs are Economical (pdf)
In April 2010 -
Analysis published a new 104 page market report -
Centers Drive Major SSD Growth (
which concludes that "the stunning growth of
SSDs in enterprise servers
and storage systems is only going to get stronger."
Analysis finds that the enterprise SSD market is likely to approach $4 billion
in revenues by 2015, nearly 17x times that of 2009, while unit shipments
will increase by 50x during that period to over 4 million units.
about SSD market boundary conditions the starting point is often... this is what
we expect most people to do. But what if we change some of the assumptions?
Maybe stretch them to breaking point. Is there a point where the market would
behave in a completely different way? And what can we learn from that?"|
Analysis in SSD Market Forecasting|
|Results from SSD IOPS needs
|Editor:- November 28, 2012 -
Many IOPS Do You Really Need? - is a new 80 page SSD market report
($5,000) by Objective
Analysis and Coughlin Associates.
It dissects the results of a months-long on-line survey of IT managers
which collected their inputs on the IOPS, capacity, and latency needs for a
number of key enterprise applications.