Nifty Serve

Nifty Serve

A Japanese online service. Nifty Serve and PC-VAN are the major online services in Japan.
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Six Apart Japan has licensed the TypePad service to NTT Communications OCN, Fujitsu NIFTY Serve and Hitachi Ltd.
We have a fairly large operation in Japan with about $400 million in premiums," Kramer said, adding that Ace insures Nifty Serve, the largest provider of Web services in Japan.
Fujitsu Ltd plans to merge its InfoWeb internet service with the online information service Nifty Serve, owned and run by Fujitsu subsidiary Nifty Corp.
The company is also in negotiations to partner with Fijutsu Limited's Nifty Serve, Japan's largest comprehensive online service provider, and has recently sent teams to Vietnam and India to prepare to enter those markets.
Fujitsu Ltd has reached an agreement with Nisho Iwai to purchase its 50% stake in Nifty Corp, the operator of the Nifty Serve online service - Japan's largest - for the equivalent of $220.
Moem-D is unlike any other device in its ability to work in Japan's diverse email market thanks to its ability to access a trio of email systems: Short Mail Service (provided by NTT DoCoMo), 10-yen Mail (provided by NTT DoCoMo and MASTERNET), or NIFTY Serve.
Weaver is in negotiations to expand into Japan, partnering with Fijutsu Limited's Nifty Serve, Japan's largest comprehensive online service provider.
Entertainment Drive is also available entirely in Japanese on Japan's leading commercial online service, NIFTY SERVE.
Weaver's expansion from Korea into China has opened doors for joint ventures with companies like Fijutsu, which owns Nifty Serve, Japan's largest comprehensive online service provider.
5 million members of NIFTY SERVE will have online access to the best in American entertainment information direct from New York and Hollywood, including news and gossip, production notes, publicity photos, movie poster art and celebrity interviews.
Through CompuServe, its Japanese licensee NIFTY SERVE and its affiliates around the world, more than 5 million home and business users in more than 185 countries are connected online and to the Internet.
Since the launch of the NIFTY SERVE, the Japanese online service in 1987, Nifty has grown to be Japan's largest full range online content and services provider with over 5 million users and revenues in 2002 of over $600 million.