A cloud solutions company has been included in Gartner's "Magic Quadrant" of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) providers.
Gartner picked Virtustream as one of its leading 15 IaaS companies based on extensive research into the industry conducted by the analyst firm.
Virtustream CEO and chairman, Rodney Rogers, said: "We're very proud to be included in Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Cloud IaaS.
"We believe this continued recognition affirms Virtustream as an enterprise-class cloud specialist providing our customers with cloud solutions for mission-critical and production applications on public, private clouds and hybrid clouds."
The company covers private, virtual private, public and hybrid clouds, and enables customers to deploy mission-critical applications to the cloud backed by application service-level agreements.
Siemens was also picked by Gartner for its Magic Quadrant after it launched Project Ansible, a communications and collaboration platform designed to deliver increased business performance by merging voice, video, social communications, search, business process applications, and other channels into a single 'experience'.