Fujitsu, Microsoft to provide Internet services to firms.
Japan's Fujitsu Ltd. and Microsoft Corp. of the United States announced Thursday they will jointly provide corporate customers a wide range of Internet services.
Fujitsu will set up a center to provide clients comprehensive services related to Microsoft's Windows 2000 operating system, the two said.
The deal calls for Fujitsu to write software to run corporate clients' in-house computer systems, and Fujitsu and Microsoft will combine to offer their computer systems and software, respectively, they said.
The two will arrange for system engineering services to meet the specific needs of each customer, they said.
The agreement also calls for the two to bolster cooperation in the development of Fujitsu computers and software to be installed in them.
The new alliance will enable the two to provide more reliable computer systems, they said.
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|Publication:||Japan Computer Industry Scan|
|Date:||Sep 25, 2000|
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