Bull Information Systems

Bull Information Systems

(company)
A multinational I.T. group based in Europe with 21,000 people and operations in more than 85 countries. In 1997, Bull earned revenues of over $4 billion, including over 65% outside of France, its country of origin. The company is ranked as the third largest systems integrator in Europe.

http://bull.com/.
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In a GBP500,000 contract with Bull Information Systems, UK's Wembley Stadium has installed an automated call recognition system.
The Post Office and Bull Information Systems are to work together to develop customer management services and solutions.
Bull Information Systems is to provide an in-house helpdesk operation for Newham College of Further Education, UK, to provide support for students and administration functions covering approximately 900 PCs.
Molnar was given access to a computer at the Bull Information Systems research center in Paris in 1968, and the new technology seemed to be the key to solving a long-standing problem: It allowed the artist to automate her procedure of generating series of works by modifying selected parameters and balancing formal rigor with flights of aleatoric fancy.
European IT company Bull Information Systems has been selected by Cardiff University, in the UK, to provide a High Performance Computing (HPC) solution to support a range of advanced research projects.
He is currently chairman of Teesside Power and a nonexecutive director of Bull Information Systems.
An NEC spokesman said: "He was asked to leave and Securitas were going to deal with it." A Bull Information Systems spokeswoman said: "It was their employee and they had all the details."
Research conducted out by Bull Information Systems (BIS) has shown that e-commerce will have a large impact on the accessibility of the European market.
Having spent three years with Bull Information Systems, Europe's third largest system integration company, and 10 years with DEC, Embley has wide experience of the IT sector.
More than a quarter of senior civil servants from the First Division Association (FDA) have admitted that they knew nothing of Prime Minister Tony Blair's pledge, according to a survey conducted by Internet Intelligence Bulletin in the FDA magazine 'Public Service.' The officials join 90% of the UK population, as profiled by a Gallup survey commissioned by Bull Information Systems last month, who were also oblivious to the administration's internet intentions.
Neil Barratt from Bull Information Systems has drawn up a factsheet on the legal aspects of computer security and survive!
The University of Manchester, UK, has selected European IT company Bull Information Systems through a competitive procurement to provide a new supercomputer.