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Why HPE Account LeSaint Logistics Is Moving to Dell EMC

I’m researching why formally loyal HPE accounts are switching to Dell EMC and while there are similarities in each account sometimes the differences are more interesting. In this case LeSaint Logistics, a third party supply chain logistics firm that is US based and has between 450 and 500 employees needed a high performance SAN and disaster recovery solution. As noted they were largely an HP/Cisco shop (Cisco is networking only) though they had standardized on Dell PCs.
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