As an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) leader with more than 117 years of expertise, NEC has leveraged its adaptive solutions to enable individuals and enterprises across a wide spectrum of industries to achieve more flexible, secure and responsive work environments.
As an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) leader with more than 117 years of expertise, NEC enables new approaches to how Communications and IT services are delivered and managed through its field-tested expertise.
Combining innovative capability with a rich Communications and IT portfolio, NEC has provided individuals and enterprises with solutions that cover and enable the full spectrum of business processes for new and improved ways of conducting business.
Collaborators since the earliest days of the PC industry
NEC and Microsoft have collaborated since the earliest days of the PC industry with both companies contributing to the growth of PC
adoption in the Japanese market. As the industry-standard architecture moved from PC to server and to cloud, NEC and Microsoft have
continued this close collaboration. The companies have worked together from the first version of Windows Server to develop technologies
such as Fault Tolerance and Dynamic Partitioning to provide high-performance and high-reliability solutions for our customers. The
alliance expanded to include Hyper-V, private cloud designs, systems integration, industry solutions, mission critical support
capabilities, and SQL Server support. Most recently, NEC and Microsoft have collaborated on solutions that utilize advanced NEC
technologies and Microsoft Azure Services.
Much of the technical collaboration between Microsoft and NEC is managed by NEC's Redmond Technology Center which is located five minutes
from the Microsoft campus. This organization is dedicated to supporting the Microsoft-NEC alliance relationship on a global basis.
Founded in 1975, Microsoft is the worldwide leader in software, services, devices and solutions that help people and businesses realize
their full potential.
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