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Gärt·ner

(gart'nĕr),
August, German physician, 1848-1934. See: Gärtner method, Gärtner vein phenomenon, Gärtner tonometer.

Gart·ner

(gart'nĕr),
Herman T., Danish anatomist and surgeon, 1785-1827. See: Gartner canal, Gartner cyst, Gartner duct.
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But that doesn't mean it's the best option for customers, according to the Gartner analyst firm.
"Combined with our vocal leadership in global standards and policies, and an ever growing ecosystem of eMeter partners, we provide an information platform that utilities can use to develop mission-critical applications for their business and customers." Gartner based its review of eMeter on the company's industry-leading eMeter EnergyIP information platform.
According to Gartner, "Leaders are the most capable in providing MFPs (including SMFPs), printers and the associated printing solutions and services, regardless of customer location.
Gartner further guided for 4.9% growth in the second quarter.
By the end of 2012, Gartner forecasts worldwide household penetration of IPTV will be 2.8 percent, while worldwide IPTV revenue is expected to total $19 billion in 2012.
According to Gartner, companies positioned in the Leaders quadrant "affect competitors by: enabling technology and IT service offerings; their focus on the enterprise and targeted industry segments; and their capability to differentiate on value, price and service levels to be first to market with relevant products.
Gartner, a leading analyst firm, considers companies positioned in the Leaders quadrant as "performing skillfully.
Commenting on this latest report from Gartner, Ron Spears, group president -- Global Business Services, AT&T, said, "We believe the Gartner placement in the Magic Quadrant reflects the continued investment and commitment that AT&T has made in supporting its global enterprise business, and demonstrates that we are meeting the needs of our business customers by providing them with an exceptional product portfolio, unprecedented network reach, and a consistent service and sales experience, wherever they operate in the world."
Gartner Infrastructure, Operations & Management Summit 2007, June 11-13, Orlando, is dedicated to progressive thinking about IT infrastructure and operations.
Before closing Gartner predicted EDA industry growth of 13.3% in 2006.
Research firm Gartner has reported a 32% year-on-year increase in global shipments of handheld computers in the second quarter.
Worldwide relational database management systems (RDBMS) new license sales totaled $7.8 billion in 2004, a 10.3 percent increase from 2003 revenue, according to Gartner, Inc.