High-End


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High-End

1. Describing a luxury item.

2. More generally, describing anything expensive.
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High-end refrigerator market constantly expand, which bring development opportunity for Midea and Haier and so on local brands.
Many People who desire high-end properties in Manhattan also reside in The Hamptons.
David Donatelli, EMC Executive Vice President of Storage Platforms Operations, said, "EMC has spent more than a decade defining and fine-tuning high-end storage for the world's largest, most demanding customers.
EMC's two major competitors in the high-end storage market are HDS and IBM.
Don't expect the same color support or advanced typographic capabilities as costlier high-end desktop programs, however.
Four key trends all geared towards enhancing the manageability, flexibility, reliability, serviceability and compatibility of mid-range storage offerings are emerging from the high-end above and into today's midrange storage offerings.
Finally, leveraging EMC's AutoIS strategy, CLARiiON products are integrated with EMC 's Control Center/Open Edition that provides simultaneous manageability of the Symmetrix line of high-end enterprise storage.
The Y2K lockdown affected the high-end market and midrange market much more dramatically than the low midrange and entry server markets.

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