Is this the key?

A new alliance of Microsoft, Intel and Compaq reckons it can solve Asian banks'' tech needs.

Microsoft, Intel and Compaq have got together to form, Keystone - an alliance designed to meet Asian bank's technology needs. Here Jason Fedder Asia Pacific regional manager, Enterprize solutions group, Intel , TS Krishnan director, financial services, Asia for Microsoft and Michael Stephens director, Solutions group, Compaq talk about how this objective will become a reality.

Why are Intel, Microsoft and Compaq getting in bed together to form Keystone
Jason Fedder
What's remarkable about that question is you don't think we are in bed together already. We obviously already have many areas of cooperation. What Keystone represents is an extension of our current cooperative programmes and agreements on a systems engineering level and a business...

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