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  • Help for small players Wellington, New Zealand, November 13, 2000 - Fujitsu and partner Computer Associates will launch the extension of their Enterprise Management Centre IT infrastructure for small and medium businesses at seminars in Auckland, Wellington, and Christchurch this month.


  • Fujitsu to support Windows 2000 Datacenter Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, October 17, 2000 - Fujitsu Australia announced today that it has been selected by Microsoft Corporation as program partner for Windows 2000 Datacenter. Microsoft is ensuring maximum customer and system support for its new product by selecting only those partners who have the organisational depth and large systems expertise to ensure successful customer implementations.


  • Fujitsu and Microsoft announce global cooperation to expand enterprise business solutions Japan, Global,Australia, September 21, 2000 - Fujitsu Limited, Microsoft Corporation and Microsoft Co., Ltd. (hereafter referred to collectively as "Microsoft") today announced that they have reached an agreement to form a comprehensive global cooperation to expand their Windows? platform enterprise solutions business.

  • ICL takes Microsoft .NET to the enterprise United Kingdom, Australia,New Zealand, September 20, 2000 - ICL, the e-Business services company, today announced its strategy for supporting Microsoft's platform for the Internet, .NET, and the launch date for its mobile Exchange 2000 solution.

  • Council marries admin data to GIS sys New Zealand, Australia,New Zealand, September 11, 2000 - New Plymouth District Council has set up an interface between geographical information and the administrative data held in its Fujitsu Corporate Vision system. The project was undertaken with help from Fujitsu and Auckland-based geographical information system (GIS) specialist Spatial Media.

  • Nava Networks appoints Fujitsu to build Nava-1 cable for 9,000km Singapore-Jakarta-Sydney link Australia,New Zealand, September 06, 2000 - Nava Networks has appointed Fujitsu Limited to build the cable for its broadband fibre optic network, Nava-1 between Singapore, Jakarta and Sydney.


  • Fujitsu appoints two women to senior management ranks
    Sydney, Global,New Zealand, August 17, 2000 - Reflecting the importance Managing Director Phil Kerrigan is placing on Marketing and e-Business, Fujitsu Australia Limited has made two senior appointments: Margaret Fairman has been appointed Executive General Manager, Marketing, while Suzanne Pattie has been appointed General Manager, e-Business.


  • Fujitsu and Microsoft partner to deliver e-Business solutions on Windows 2000 New Zealand, Australia,New Zealand, July 18, 2000 - Fujitsu and Microsoft in New Zealand have partnered in the launch of a Fujitsu Integration Centre for Windows 2000. The Centre combines networked hardware and software to facilitate the design, building and testing of solutions that deliver customers' e-services needs.


  • Fujitsu and DoC win 'Most Successful Project Implementation of the Year' New Zealand, Australia,New Zealand, June 23, 2000 - We are delighted that the 'Connect 2000' project been awarded the title of the Most Successful Project Implementation of the Year at the Computerworld Excellence Award Dinner on 22nd June. The award was the only one made to a "partnership". It was made specifically to Department of Conservation/Fujitsu, recognising the project as the most successful in the country against competition from all of the public and private sector.

  • Optus expands optical network Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, June 08, 2000 - Cable & Wireless Optus announced a massive increase in the capacity of its state-of-the-art fibre optic network. Using DWDM (Dense Wavelength Divison Multiplex) technology, it will increase capacity 40 fold. The system will provide up to 40 wavelength channels at 10 Gbps with the ability to expand to 160 channels.


  • Fujitsu wins major outsourcing contract with Victoria's TAC Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, May 25, 2000 - In an Australian first, a major commercial contract between the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) and Fujitsu Australia Limited has been signed digitally, utilising Gatekeeper-certified digital certificates. The digital certificate technology, supplied by eSign Australia, was used to sign a $20m contract which will see Fujitsu supply the TAC with a range of information technology services, including help desk and desktop services, network services, managed application services and disaster recovery services.


  • Fujitsu Australia CEO announces new management Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, March 13, 2000 - Mr Philip Kerrigan, Chief Executive Officer, Fujitsu Australia Limited, has announced his executive management team, effective 1 April 2000.

  • Whangarei District Council goes live on Windows 2000 and Citrix MetaFrame New Zealand, Australia,New Zealand, March 07, 2000 - Whangarei District Council (WDC) Council today announced that it has gone live on Microsoft(r) Windows(r) and Citrix MetaFrame. A team from WDC, Fujitsu and Microsoft successfully carried out the upgrade, making Whangarei District Council the first local government body to upgrade to Windows 2000 in New Zealand.