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November 2, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Fujitsu Ltd has teamed up with several major Japanese CAD/CAM developers to provide a range of software for the workstations now supplied OEM to Fujitsu by Sun Microsystems: the first is Hitachi Shipbuilding Information Systems, whose CAD/CAM product Grade has the largest market share of a home-grown three dimensional design program and is presently sold largely on mainframes; other products to be offered on the G-series workstations, as the Sun machines are known, is Informix (distributed by Ascii Corp) and RS1, the scientific experimental data analysis package from Bolt Beranek & Newman Inc; technical support and after-sales service for these software products will be provided within Fujitsu by 40 specialist G-series engineers, a group that will expand to 70 engineers by mid-1989.

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