Am I the only one that read this article and thought, "There is literally nothing here" ?
I'm no better off now that I was before I read it. Just a few minutes closer to death.
I'm not very fond of proprietary hardware. But, as I wrote in March when I saw it for the first time, Pure Storage's FlashBlade seems to demonstrate that Pure has all the attributes to become a primary storage vendor and compete on equal terms against the usual suspects. No longer a startup Pure Storage is demonstrating to …
A lot of companies are at an all time low.
What I don't get is that they got some ~$470m from the IPO and since increased this to over $600m in positive cash flow - money in the bank. Are they purposefully reporting big losses while the market is down and stockpiling or what? Like the banks writing off losses?
What's that about??
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