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Getronics, Stratus Team to Deliver E-Banking Solutions

Getronics and Stratus Computer announced an agreement targeted at delivering continuously available third-generation e-banking solutions to the financial services industry.

Under the agreement, Getronics and Stratus will collaborate on future engagements that will benefit from using Stratus ftServer Windows 2000-based servers as the fault-tolerant hardware platform for Getronic’s Globalfs financial services solution. Globalfs provides financial institutions with a unified framework for a multi-channel, multi-application system capable of delivering banking services to customers at any time.

Globalfs utilizes an open architecture and is based on Microsoft’s n-tier architecture. Stratus’ ftServer system is the industry’s only fault-tolerant, multi-processor server supporting Windows 2000 Server, Advanced Server, and Datacenter Server operating systems. – Isaac Slepner

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