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Data Storage Market Shows Signs of Thawing

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It's been a tough year for the data storage industry, but several analysts have reported hopeful signs for the sector in recent weeks.

"We are hearing from our North America sales contacts that enterprise spending in storage has finally started to thaw over the last few weeks, with deal closure rates improving," Avian Securities storage analyst Matthew Bryson wrote in a research note last week. "This matches commentary we are receiving on the component side, where we are seeing upside demand for enterprise-class drives."

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