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

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Gartner's Magic Quadrant report considers which vendors are likely to dominate sales and influence technology directions throughout the remainder of 2006, addressing vendor factors such as visibility amongst clients; the number of requests generated for information and contract review; and those accounting for the new and ongoing installations in Gartner's client base.
TRIRIGA is privileged to be recognized in the leader quadrant in this important evaluation.
The Gartner "Magic Quadrant for Global Network Service Providers 2005" was written by David Neil, Jean-Claude Delcroix, Jay E.
Since launching the first IPS in early 2002 and pioneering the industry by being first to market with innovative features like Phishing protection, Voice over IP (VoIP) security, bandwidth management, Spyware protection and Peer-to-Peer protection; we believe being positioned in the leaders quadrant in Gartner's first IPS magic quadrant is confirmation of our product and our security research focus," said James Hamilton, president of 3Com's TippingPoint division.
Nasdaq: ATRS), a pioneer of service-oriented management solutions, today announced that Gartner placed Altiris in the Leaders Quadrant of the Gartner Magic Quadrant for PC Configuration Life Cycle Management, 2006.
in the "Challengers" quadrant of the October 2006 Magic Quadrant for (Global) Campus LAN report.
Magic Quadrant Shows Leading Security Vendors Based on Marketplace Performance
has positioned Systemware in the "Leaders" quadrant of its recently published Magic Quadrant for Integrated Document Archive and Retrieval Systems, 2006 (IDARS).
The OOA&D report, by Michael Blechar is entitled "Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Architecture Tools, 2H06 to 1H07.
has positioned Finacle core banking solution in the Leader Quadrant in the recently released 'Magic Quadrant for International Retail Core Banking (IRCB) 2006' report.