NetApp is market leader in Indonesia’s Open Networked Storage segment for Sum of Terabytes Shipped in 2009

NetApp (NASDAQ: NTAP) continued to gain traction in the Indonesia storage market in 2009.

NetApp's customers and partners helped place the company as the number one storage vendor in the Open Networked Storage category in Indonesia in 2009, in terms of data capacity shipped. According to IDC's Asia/Pacific Quarterly Disk Storage Systems Tracker for Q4 2009, released in March 2010, NetApp's 24 percent data capacity share of the Open Networked Storage1 market in Indonesia in 2009 exceeded that of its closest competitor's 18 percentage points.

IDC's tracker, showed that for Q4 2009, NetApp's share in the Open Networked Storage segment in Indonesia showed at the top position of 25 percentage points.

Commenting on the notable performance, Steven Law, Country Manager, NetApp Indonesia said, "We sincerely like to thank our customers and partners for the continuous support to NetApp for these results. Over the last quarter, we have moved a significant number of projects from the initial planning stage to implementation, contributing towards the surge in installed capacity introduced in CY2009 and boosting our position as a leading storage and data management solutions provider in the region. Working with our partners and customers, we have delivered innovations that helped enterprises do more with less. For instance, our V-series product line helps customers realize the benefit of NetApp's innovations without having to replace their existing infrastructure. For customers, this means maximizing storage efficiency and reducing overall cost of operations."

1 Open Networked Storage includes storage systems based on NAS, iSCSI, FC, FCoE, Infiniband and Switched SAS interconnect technologies and protocols.