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December 9, 1987

NIPPON UNISYS TO TAKE FIFTH PLACE RANKING IN THE JAPANESE COMPUTER HIERARCHY

By CBR Staff Writer

The new Nippon Unisys will start life with annual sales of some $1,900m a year, an employee base of 7,000 including 3,500 engineers, and a fifth place ranking in the Japanese computer hierarchy after Fujitsu, IBM Japan, NEC Corp and Hitachi Ltd with 10.6% of the Japanese market, the bulk from Univac: in the financial market, the new company will have a combined market share of 18.3% – Univac 13.5%, Burroughs 4.8%, putting it in second place behind IBM, and it will be in third place in the services industry with a combined share of 18%; the strengths are complementary to the extent that Univac is a major player in the regional banks, airline companies and power utilities, while Burroughs has a strong base in credit unions.

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