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November 16, 1993

…AS IT COMES OUT WITH NEW RELEASE OF ITS OWN GROUPWARE AND PUTS IT UP UNDER SOLARIS…

By CBR Staff Writer

Fujitsu Ltd has also announced new versions of its own groupware system, newly put up under Solaris on S(Sun)-family servers and Windows, DOS/V and Macintosh clients. The IFOS-SV/U system was first shipped two years ago, and Fujitsu claims that it is used by around 85 companies, with a total of 7,500 client machines installed in a wide range of industries. To date the client versions of the software have been available only for MS-DOS personal computers such as Fujitsu’s own FMR series and personal computers from IBM Japan Ltd and NEC Corp. Fujitsu has also set up a new range of support services, which are available all around Japan – this new service division will employ over 200 people, up from 50 currently. Over the next three years, Fujitsu expects to sell 1,500 systems consisting of 200,000 clients.

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