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Good morning ladies and gentlemen. Although my name appears in the conference programme I dared to ask a few of our colleagues and associates to present what we are going…
Good morning ladies and gentlemen. Although my name appears in the conference programme I dared to ask a few of our colleagues and associates to present what we are going to talk about. I, like you, will be a listener. This is because first of all, we are an international corporation, and secondly, because the project we want to present to you was carried out thanks to international co‐operation.
First let me thank you very much for inviting us to attend the conference. Digital Equipment Corporation formally opened its operation in Poland two weeks ago after having been absent here in the country for the last 10 years. Still I believe I am able to say that we are very popular as a computer systems and networks manufacturer, not only in industry but in the academic and research community.
I have a question both to IBM and DEC. I understand that you have fantastic programmes for the academic society in Poland but the question is whether you can co‐operate with the existing resources. Today we are talking about the future. We are talking about very nice programmes in the future. The Academic Network is now. It is a reality and the question is if you can include it in the future in your programmes?