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For Immediate Release 

Susan Barich
Director of Communications
Silicon Valley World Internet Center


PALO ALTO, CA, JUNE 5, 2001 - Silicon Valley eBusiness executives, technicians and entrepreneurs will get a hands-on peek at Fujitsu Software Corporationís (FS) QoEtient ( eBusiness Management Platform (eBMP) at a technology demonstration at the Silicon Valley World Internet Center ( in Palo Alto from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 7, 2001.

The QoEtient, named for "Quality of Experience (QoE)," eBMP was launched by FS on May 21, and is a suite of external Web monitoring and management services that helps eBusinesses respond quickly to service disruptions, enable faster Web-site navigation and ensure reliable online transactions. The platform delivers Web-site management services including Web-site monitoring, performance and availability measurement, advanced alert notification, transaction assurance, analysis and reporting. The QoEtient eBMP is Web based; this means its services can be set up with little or no installation of software at the customer side, and monitoring functions can be configured in minutes, instead of hours or days.

QoEtientís eBMP collects and records the exact performance metrics of a site and delivers real-time analysis as well as daily, weekly and monthly reports. Customers are notified in real time of problems via email or pager. QoEtient has established a responsive, flexible customer services organization to address evolving customer needs and to incorporate customer feedback in the teamís rapid development cycles.

QoEtient eBMP monitors and audits a site from the visitorís perspective via a robust network of "egents"- remote measurement machines strategically distributed throughout the United States. FS plans to roll out egents in locations internationally, allowing customers to take advantage of Fujitsuís global reach.

At the Center, the QoEtient team is looking to develop partnerships with companies for which site performance is critical: Internet service providers (ISPs), application service providers (ASPs), management service providers (MSPs), Web hosting companies and systems integrators. More information and a free 7-day trial of QoEtientís eBMP is available online by visiting

Silicon Valley World Internet Center

Fujitsu Software Corporation is an executive sponsor of the Silicon Valley World Internet Center. The Center is a privately-held, for-profit corporation which focuses on the advancement of Internet-related eMarkets, technologies, people, and ideas through the collaborative exchange of knowledge. The Center is located in the heart of Silicon Valley and works on behalf of its sponsors and clients to develop programs specific to the expanding Internet economy. As a multi-corporate, third party venue, the Center provides a physical and virtual forum for collaboration among technology leaders and key end-users. The Center focuses primarily on the areas of eBusiness, eServices and wireless communication.

About Fujitsu Software Corporation

Based in San Jose, CA and established in 1991, Fujitsu Software Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fujitsu Limited. Fujitsu Software Corporation leverages Fujitsu's international scope and expertise in developing and providing information technology solutions. Fujitsu Software Corporation's products include the INTERSTAGE Application Server; as part of the INTERSTAGE ebusiness software platform built on open standards, the INTERSTAGE Application Server enables enterprises to build and run mission-critical applications; i-Flow, a 100% Java workflow engine for automating business processes; QoEtient, a service for monitoring and managing "Quality of Experience" on the Internet and Fujitsu COBOL, a COBOL development environment that provides an integrated development environment and a suite of tools to build fast, mission-critical business systems. For more information, visit

About Fujitsu Limited

Fujitsu is a leading provider of Internet-focused information technology solutions for the global marketplace. Its pace-setting technologies, best-in-class computing and telecommunications platforms, and worldwide corps of systems and services experts make it uniquely positioned to unleash the infinite possibilities of the Internet to help its customers succeed. Headquartered in Tokyo, Fujitsu Limited (TSE:6702) reported consolidated revenues of 5.48 trillion yen for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2001. Internet: