Quadrant


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QUADRANT. In angular measures, a quadrant is equal to ninety degrees. Vide Measure.

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The Magic Quadrant has 15 weighted criteria that plot vendors based on their relative strengths in the market.
Gartner placed Lombardi in the Leaders Quadrant for its Magic Quadrant for Business Process Management Suites, 2006 report.
A leading worldwide research and advisory firm, Gartner's SSL VPN Magic Quadrant ranks vendors "based on performance for calendar year 2005 through the end of September 2006, and on additional road map and client review received up to the date of publication.
Sourcefire is proud to be positioned in the Leaders Quadrant of the Network Intrusion Prevention Report," said Wayne Jackson, CEO of Sourcefire.
1 Gartner Research "Magic Quadrant for Integrated Workplace Management Systems, 2006" by Michael A.
The Magic Quadrant considers which vendors will likely dominate sales and influence technology directions through 2007, as well as which vendors are most visible among clients, generate the greatest number of requests for information and contract review, and account for the most new and ongoing installations in Gartner's client base.
We consider our positioning in the visionaries quadrant by Gartner confirmation of Pillar Data Systems' mission to help companies simplify, consolidate and save on their storage investments," said Mike Workman, CEO and President, Pillar Data Systems.
The Gartner Magic Quadrant measures the completeness of vision and ability to execute of midrange enterprise disk array vendors worldwide.