Modular SAN Switch Vendor Share

October 2004
Business Communications Review;Oct2004, Vol. 34 Issue 10, p8
Trade Publication
This article reports that SAN switch sales for 2004 were flat sequentially, but port shipments increased 8 percent. Cisco Inc. continued to gain traction in large enterprise accounts and now holds 22 percent of the modular switch market. McData Corp. and CNT are entering a period of product introduction and transition, which contributed to their loss of market share during the quartero.


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