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enterprise SSD market is the issue
resistion   6/22/2014 11:55:40 AM
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The enterprise SSD market is an important market, but it's still more or less a niche, with a limited number of customers. This probably was the main cause of Fusion I/O's problems.

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Re: enterprise SSD market is the issue
Sheetal.Pandey   6/23/2014 2:12:55 AM
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Its a good move by Sandisk. It will make it more strong. Sometimes acquisitions are also for killing the competition. How are they handling the human resource of Fusion-io. Its always difficult for the people but in this cut throat competitive world there is absolutely no other choice. Actually its very good for the customers of both the companies.



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