Technology >> Analyst Interviews >> January 3, 2003

Storage Networking: Glenn Hanus – Needham & Company

GLENN HANUS follows about 20 companies engaged in various facets of storage networking including storage subsystems, library automation, network infrastructure components, network attached storage appliances, storage management software and storage- related services. In The Wall Street Journal's Best on the Street Survey for 2001, he was awarded fourth place in stock picking in the Computer Hardware and Peripherals area. Mr. Hanus previously worked in Corporate Finance and in Mergers & Acquisitions at Needham & Company and at Dean Witter Reynolds. Prior to Wall Street, Mr. Hanus was a Product Manager at IBM, where he focused on PC peripheral products. Mr. Hanus obtained a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Princeton University and an MBA from The Wharton School. The following companies are referenced in the interview below: Adaptec (ADPT) B, E, G, H; Advanced Digital Information Corp. (ADIC) B, E, G; Bell Microproducts (BELM) B, E, G, H; Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. (BRCD) B, G; Datalink Corporation (DTLK) B, E, G, H; EMC Corporation (EMC) A, B; Emulex Corporation (ELX) B; Maxtor (MXO) B, C, D; Network Appliance, Inc. (NTAP) B, G; Overland Storage, Inc. (OVRL) B, E, G, H; QLogic (QLGC) B, G; Qualstar Corporation (QBAK) B, E, G; Storage Technology Corporation (STK) B; Veritas Software Corporation (VRTS) B, G; Vixel Corporation (VIXL) B, D, E, G; Western Digital (WDC) B. Please see Disclaimer on page 396 for code meanings. Profile
TWST: How do you segment the network storage area?

Mr. Hanus: We provide formal research coverage on about 20

companies engaged in various facets of storage networking,

including storage