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Unisys to Roll Out [email protected] Solutions for W2K

Unisys Corp. will release its Unisys [email protected] Solutions for Windows 2000. The suite will allow users to implement and deploy Windows 2000 as the operating environment for Unisys' enterprise management solutions.

The [email protected] Solutions for Windows 2000 will consist of four key components. The infrastructure services and support will assess and optimize the client's IT and networking infrastructure to maximize the functionality required for enterprise class e-business. The enterprise technology component will include Unisys' new family of enterprise servers including the new ES7000. The global industry solutions component consists of applications that combine with integration and consulting services. Enterprise-class services will help to grow scalable e-business solutions.

Contact Unisys, (215) 986-4011, www.unisys.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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