The Dutch Chambers of Commerce is one of the first to implement IBM’s new high-end storage system, the DS8000. Here is an exerpt from the article on SearchStorage:
“Because the Chambers of Commerce supports 21 different chambers, being able to partition fixed storage for each chamber at a fixed price was important,” said Jouhre. The ability to share storage through partitioning is something EMC’s Symmetrix does not do, and was the main reason the Dutch Chambers chose IBM over EMC, according to Jouhre.
Source: IBM DS8000 gaining ground