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Applied Materials shifts IT support from Satyam to IBM

30 June 2009 | By Mark Osborne | News > Fab Management

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Applied Materials would seem to have cancelled its 2007, five-year US$200 million IT application development, maintenance, and support (ADMS) contract with Indian based, Satyam Computer Services and signed a new five-year contract with IBM, for an undisclosed sum. Satyam had been struggling to retain major customers after a major corporate fraud case accused former executives of overstating revenue figures and other corporate governance alleged failings.

IBM will provide Applied with the same kind of ADMS as well as database monitoring, security and controls monitoring, batch scheduling, data interface monitoring and performance services.


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Reader comments

IBM work for ASML. 1st line support is IBM India. 3rd line support in VHV.
By SemiNXT on 02 July 2009
Yes IBM is struggling in providing ADMS support to Applied Materials. IBM is missing all SLAs. Undisclosed amount ?? its 80% cheaper than Satyam.
By Ravikumar on 30 June 2009

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