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Coyote Point Systems Positioned in the Niche Quadrant of the Magic Quadrant for Application Delivery Controllers

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MILLERTON, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 11/05/12 -- Coyote Point Systems, a leading provider of Application Delivery solutions, today announced Gartner, Inc. has positioned it in the Niche quadrant of the "Magic Quadrant for Application Delivery Controllers."

According to Gartner, "The ADC market provides asymmetrical solutions to improve the performance, efficiency, deployment and security of a wide range of applications. New use cases of the ADC technology continue to emerge, reflecting significant innovation in the market. These technologies apply across a growing base of enterprise applications that may use the Internet, or may have little or no roots in Internet and browser-based technologies."(1)

"We consider our positioning in the Niche quadrant by Gartner confirmation of our mission to enable customers to improve business performance by ensuring high availability and optimum user experience at a price that fits most any budget," said Michael Hayes, President of Coyote Point Systems. "We continue to innovate while we execute on our product roadmap. This year we will be releasing some truly revolutionary products that will change the face of the Application Delivery industry and further enhance our market position."

Coyote Point's Equalizer line of ADCs is designed from the ground up for superior application performance and availability. With load balancing performance up to 3.6 Gbps, built in hardware based SSL offloading and HTTP Gzip compression, Equalizer ensures 100% uptime and peak performance of mission critical applications. VLB Advanced™ VMware management and Envoy™ Global Server Load Balancing modules are designed to handle the most advanced virtual and multi-location environments.

(1) Gartner "Magic Quadrant for Application Delivery Controllers," by Joe Skorupa, Neil Rickard and Bjarne Munch, October 30, 2012

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About Coyote Point Systems
Coyote Point Systems Inc. is a leader in application delivery, acceleration and load balancing solutions that enable IT personnel to have greater control over their web and application servers. Coyote Point's Equalizer, Equalizer OnDemand, Envoy and VLB products provide the industry's foremost combination of performance, affordability and ease of use offering 24/7 server high-availability, optimized server performance, flexible scalability and secure application and network access. For more information, go to www.coyotepoint.com, or call us at 1-877-367-2696.

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