By Chris Preimesberger

July 14, 2010

We read on a regular basis about large, successful data storage companies such as EMC, NetApp, Compellent, Xiotech, 3PAR and Isilon Systems and the storage divisions of IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Hitachi Data Systems, Oracle and Fujitsu. After all, they make news and get the headlines. Many of them started out small and were managed well enough to survive in a cutthroat international storage market.

In this slide show, eWEEK has compiled a list of up-and-coming independent storage companies that have the potential to grow up and be an EMC or NetApp someday—if they don’t get acquired first.

Click here to view the slide show list of the ” 17 Promising Storage Companies Flying Under the Radar” (Profiles of the companies are shown at the right side of the slide)

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