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Quadrant

In Cartesian coordinates, one fourth of the area divided by the x- and y-axes. Quadrants are numbered starting in the upper right and continuing clockwise. That is, the quadrant above the x-axis and to the right of the y-axis is the first quadrant, the one below the first is the second and so forth. Quadrants are used in technical analysis, economic analysis, and other fields involving mathematics.
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To view a copy of "Magic Quadrant for SSL VPN, North America, 3Q06," go to http://mediaproducts.
We believe being placed by Gartner in the Challengers quadrant in the LAN switching market further validates our ability to execute and long-term viability.
1) Magic Quadrant for WAN Optimization Controllers, 2006, Andy Rolfe, Joe Skorupa, October 4, 2006
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in the visionaries quadrant in the 'Magic Quadrant for Personal Firewalls, 1Q06'1 report.
We believe our position in the Leaders quadrant by Gartner reflects our commitment to serve higher education institutions around the world," said Brian Madocks, president and chief operating officer, SunGard Higher Education.
According to the report, "This Magic Quadrant includes vendors with capabilities that go beyond enterprise search to encompass a collection of technologies, including search, content classification, categorization and clustering; fact and entity extraction; taxonomy creation and management; and information presentation (for example, visualization) to support analysis and understanding.
Nasdaq:RVBD) announced today that it has been positioned by Gartner in the leaders quadrant in the "WAN Optimization Controller (WOC) Magic Quadrant"1 published in October 2006 and authored by Andy Rolfe and Joe Skorupa.