By Sophie Knight SHIZUOKA/OSAKA Japan (Reuters) - Japanese technology firms are applying their expertise in energy-saving and cloud technology to help farmers cope with shifting weather patterns, an onslaught of cheaper imports and a shrinking workforce. Panasonic Corp, Fujitsu Ltd and others, seeking niche business opportunities to offset a downturn in demand for their consumer electronics, are ...
It's no grand secret that Cloud has fundamentally altered the computing landscape in such a quick space of time, that it is often difficult for the Channel, and the businesses they serve to keep up. According to Fujitsu, already 50 per cent of businesses have deployed Cloud in some form. Already corporate spending on cloud has grown from $58 billion in 2013, to an expected $72bn this year ...
Fujitsu is looking to focus its technology output on what it calls 'human-centric technology", namely applying datasets with new technologies to produce more tangible outcomes for the population at large. Fujitsu's corporate vice-president and head of platform strategic planning unit and global software centre, Chiseki Sagawa, claims much of the world's problems can be resolved through more ...
Fujitsu Offers Three New Tier III Datacenters in North America
Fujitsu Enhances Big Data Analytics Solution to Facilitate Decision-Making on the Front Lines of Business18 Aug
Tokyo, Aug 14, 2014 - (JCN Newswire) - Fujitsu Limited today announced that QlikView, a business intelligence (BI) tool from data visualization product market leader Qlik Technologies, Inc., has been embedded into the data analysis model provided by FUJITSU Business Application Operational Data Management & Analytics, a Fujitsu solution that enables the effective use of big data.
Tokyo, Aug 13, 2014 - (JCN Newswire) - Fujitsu Limited, Fujitsu Korea Limited, and Chosun Minhwa Museum today announced that Chosun Minhwa Museum is now operating a system to manage its collections information, which was jointly constructed by Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu Korea Limited.
Tokyo, July 31, 2014 - (JCN Newswire) - Fujitsu today reported a profit for the first quarter attributable to owners of the parent of 6.8 billion yen (US$67 million), representing an improvement of 16.0 billion yen compared to the loss posted in the first quarter of fiscal 2013.
The world’s fastest computer is facing a challenge from Fujitsu, which is developing a new high-performance chip that could go into supercomputers up to three times faster. Fujitsu’s SPARC64 XIfx processor could be used in supercomputers capable of delivering performance of up to 100 petaflops, which is roughly three times the peak performance of the world’s fastest computer, China’s Tianhe 2 ...
Fujitsu said Thursday it had swung back to profitability in the April-June period, with the Japanese information technology giant's results driven by upbeat demand for its personal computer and mobile products. The company said its quarterly net profit stood at 6.9 billion yen ($67 million), reversing a 9.2 billion yen loss a year ago. In Japan, Fujitsu's revenue from mobile phones and PCs rose ...
Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited and ON Semiconductor today announced that they have entered into a foundry services agreement. Under the terms of this agreement, Fujit
Police on Wednesday arrested a former employee of Fujitsu Frontech Ltd. on charges of illegally obtaining data on users of Bank of Yokohama automated teller machines and forging cash cards based on the information. (The Japan News)
Japanese mobile operator NTT Docomo said Friday that the launch of a new smartphone operating system to rival Google's Android and Apple's iOS had been pushed back owing to development delays. (indiatimes.com)
NTT Docomo Inc. unveiled 10 new smartphones Thursday to beef up its non-iPhone lineup for the winter-spring season and improve its competitiveness in a tight market. (Japan Times)
Broken wood pieces dangle and sway like autumn leaves from the window frames of vacant homes in Inariyato, part of Yokosuka in the greater-Tokyo urban area, where taped-over mailbox slots tell a story of abandonment. (Bloomberg)
NTT DoCoMo's entry into the iPhone fray in Japan is sparking fierce competition for customers, with all three carriers offering certain iPhone 5S models for free with a two-year contract. (CNET)