Pure Storage Q1 revenue soars 18 per cent and raises FY25 outlook

Data storage firm revenue was $693.5m, powered by AI and subscription growth

Andrea Gaini
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Pure Storage Q1 revenue soars 18 per cent and raises FY25 outlook

Pure Storage reported 18 per cent year-on-year growth in total revenue for Q1 2024, fuelled by strong demand for its subscription services and solutions aimed at enabling enterprises to leverage AI...

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