Fujitsu Ltd still has not made its mainframe policy clear, but all the signs are that the company is backing off from its policy of specialising in IBM MVS-compatible machines, with the only viable alternative appearing to be a switch to Unix. Siemens stopped selling Fujitsu machines because of the undeclared new policy. Now the Nippon Keizai Shimbun says Fujitsu will cut output of IBMulators in an effort to get IBM to back off from its MVS copyright infringement claims.
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