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December 15, 1997updated 03 Sep 2016 9:14pm


By CBR Staff Writer

NEC Corp, Japan’s largest manufacturer of telecommunications equipment has got together with telecoms software firm TCSI Corp in what the two describe as a long-term technology partnership. The two firms will open a joint development facility in Japan. The new partnership is the culmination of a five-year relationship between the companies. Under the terms of the agreement, NEC’s Communications Controls Systems Division will get a special unlimited license for TCSI’s telecoms systems development environment SolutionCore, and the two companies will open a facility staffed by TCSI SolutionCore experts to provide support, training and software engineering services to NEC engineers. No financial details were given, but the companies said they expected the project to be of significant financial value to both parties. The companies have already built network management systems together using NEC equipment and SolutionCore software, and they say the formula has proved successful.

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