Pure Storage claims new services will provide 'huge opportunity' for partners

Storage vendor launches Pure Fusion and Portworx Data Services offerings

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Pure Storage claims new services will provide 'huge opportunity' for partners

Pure Storage has launched two new services that is claims will provide a "huge opportunity" for channel partners. The first new offering, Pure Fusion, is a a "self-service, autonomous storage-as...

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