Mountain Man, your weak argument shows just how naive you are. EMC is dominating the primary storage and all-flash markets by a very wide margin over the competition because it has product depth and breadth that satisfy a wide range of use cases. That's why customers are voting with their wallets for EMC and less so for the one-trick unicorns that take a hammer's-eye view of every customer (hint: hammers see everything as a nail). EMC's shift to all-flash was inevitable and it's even breaking into a new market category with DSSD to satisfy a very high end market need. EMC's broad portfolio was built to offer the 'right tool for the job.' The confusion comes from those who don't have a clue about the variety of applications and use cases.