NMCI sets Phasers to print

NMCI sets Phasers to print

Xerox Corp. will provide network printers for the $6.9 billion, Navy-Marine Corps Intranet program. The Stamford, Conn., company received a five-year contract valued at $50 million from Electronic Data Systems Corp., the lead contractor for NMCI.

Xerox will deliver and install Phaser color and monochrome network printers at about 300 military sites around the world. NMCI, a Navywide managed system for voice, video and data communications, will consolidate 200 networks into one intranet, linking more than 360,000 desktop PCs.

EDS leads a team of contractors known as the NMCI Information Strike Force, chosen by the Navy to build and run the intranet.

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