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January 19, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

Fujitsu Ltd has developed terminal emulation software so that the Sun Microsystems Inc workstations it buys OEM can be used as terminals to Fujitsu mainframes: as well as making it possible to connect the Suns in networks along with Facon mainframes and its proprietary G-series Unix workstations, the emulation software is designed to distinguish Suns bought from Fujitsu from those from the likes of Toshiba Corp, which markets the Sun-3 as the AS3000; Fujitsu has a long prospect list for its Suns, and is emphasising financial markets such as dealing systems, as well as laboratory automation, and engineering.

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