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November 22, 2005

EDS to add nine .NET technology centers

Electronic Data Systems Corp is planning to open nine technology centers specializing in Microsoft .NET development.

By CBR Staff Writer

Three of the centers will be located in the US, with the remainder in Canada, the UK, Egypt, New Zealand, India, and Brazil. A spokesperson for EDS said that not all of the centers would be purpose-built for the project. Some, such as the office in Redmond, Washington, would simply have .NET expertise added to existing capabilities.

The move sees EDS strengthening its partnership with Microsoft just a few weeks after the software giant announced the launch of a range of new products, including Visual Studio 2005, SQL Server 2005, and BizTalk Server 2006. Microsoft is one of EDS’s Agility Alliance partners, with EDS using .NET architecture as part of its Agile Enterprise Platform.

EDS told Computer Business Review that the company would be further expanding its technology center operations over the coming months. As well as opening more .NET development centers, the company is also looking to boost its presence in other technology areas, although it did not give specific details.

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