Lotus announced today that it has selected Lycos as the Web portal for Notes.
The two companies have signed an agreement to embed the Lycos Network into the desktop of Lotus Notes Release 5.
According to Lotus, the deal will offer Notes users worldwide localised news and information.
The first shipments of the new version of Release 5 integrated with Lycos Network will begin next month.
Eileen Rudden, senior vice president of Lotus' communications products division commented: "Giving users choices is what Lotus is all about. Through our partnership with Lycos we are able to bring Notes users around the world a rich, unique and constantly changing set of Web content and services to integrate into their Notes desktop."
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