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Greenplum Positioned in Gartnerís Magic Quadrant for Data Warehouse Database Management Systems

Originally published February 2, 2010

Greenplum, the pioneer of Enterprise Data Cloud solutions for large-scale data warehousing and analytics, recently announced it has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the "Visionaries" Quadrant of the Magic Quadrant for Data Warehouse Database Management Systems."

"We believe our position in the Visionaries Quadrant validates the benefits and opportunities users realize with our software-based solutions," said Bill Cook, CEO, Greenplum.† "Our products are strong and this is resonating with existing and many new customers.† We pride ourselves on earning the right to do business with some of the world's leading organizations, managing some of the world's largest datasets. The combination of Greenplum Database and our new Enterprise Data Cloud platform is transforming the way companies manage and analyze data."

Greenplum has been the pioneer of the Enterprise Data Cloud distributed system solutions for large-scale data warehousing and analytics. This system provides customers with next-generation database capabilities including multi-petabyte scale on commodity hardware, elastic expansion and self-service provisioning, and massively parallel analytic processing. This pioneering work has accelerated growth with significant customer wins, including U.S. government agencies, large telecommunications firms, global banks and data-intensive Internet media companies.† Greenplum expects this momentum to continue into 2010, as more companies realize the benefits of deep analytics and existing companies extend their usage of Greenplum's solutions.

This BeyeNETWORK news item contains information from a recent press release by the company mentioned.