top-tier vendor

top-tier vendor

A vendor of a product that is highly recognized for its brand name. Examples of top-tier hardware vendors are HP, IBM and Apple.
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The Swiss-headquartered Contentserv was founded in 2012 and has grown to become a global market leader in PIM software, as recognized by its top-tier vendor rankings from both Gartner and Forrester.
Top-tier vendor SMB programs continue to fuel substantial demand, while the uplift in corporate activity has seen an increase in the number of desktops being replaced with notebooks.
Motorola was the one top-tier vendor who posted negative growth, although Dataquest analysts said this was because the company divested a major product division and a product line.
Gartner says that top-tier vendors should show a "demonstrated knowledge, proficiency and differentiated vision of the current and future transportation marketplace."
The company has chosen this location to push forward its innovative electric powertrain technology, tapping into Silicon Valley's proximity to top-tier vendors and Silicon Valley talent.
Talented Learning selected this year's award finalists from more than 125 top-tier vendors it has evaluated in-depth over the past four years.
"Our major cities are production hubs with soundstage facilities, top-tier vendors and experienced crew bases," reports Page.
The top-tier vendors could certainly overclock their systems, but doing so would mean that they'd need to deal with the extra heat.
Even the top-tier vendors are now rolling out slimmed-down versions of their...
NetApp experienced the strongest growth among the top-tier vendors in 2010 with a revenue increase of 50.9 percent from 2009.