Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd announced a Bluetooth LE beacon weighing only 3 grams and only 2.5mm thick, that does not require battery replacement or any other maintenance.
Fujitsu has developed a lightweight, flexible, solar powered IoT beacon based on a Bluetooth Low Energy Module.
In a move that could help spread IoT (Internet of Things) devices, Fujitsu has developed a thin, flexible IoT beacon that can send out location and ID information to smartphones and other mobile devices. Measuring 2.5 millimeters thick and weighing 3 grams, the beacon is mounted on an elastic silicone substrate and can be rolled up and attached to curved surfaces as well as corners or even ...
Fujitsu, ORIX, Masuda Seed and Iwata City Reach Basic Agreement to Consider Launch of Smart Agriculture Project26 Mar
TOKYO, Mar 26, 2015 - (JCN Newswire) - Fujitsu Limited, ORIX Corporation, Masuda Seed Co.,Ltd. and Iwata City in Shizuoka Prefecture announced that they have reached a basic agreement to begin considering the launch of the Iwata Smart Agriculture(1) Project, an initiative intended to realize regional development based on agriculture. In addition to the three core companies of Fujitsu, ORIX and ...
Kawasaki, Japan, Mar 25, 2015 - (JCN Newswire) - Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. announced the development of a thin, light-weight beacon(1), weighing 3 grams with a thickness of 2.5 millimeters, that does not require battery replacement or other maintenance and is flexible enough for installation on round objects, corners, and curves. Previously, beacons that did not require battery replacement ...
Figure: How spin-transfer torque moves domain wallsTOKYO, Mar 24, 2015 - (JCN Newswire) - Fujitsu today announced the release of a new, enhanced version of FUJITSU Manufacturing Industry Solution EXAMAG LLG Simulator(1), a software package for simulating magnetic fields with support for massively parallel computing. The product simulates the behavior of magnetic bodies, including the speed and ...
SUNNYVALE, Calif. and SAN JOSE, Calif., March 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Fujitsu America, a leading information communication technology company, and Quantum Corp. (NYSE: QTM) today announced an agreement ...
Equinix-hosted facility occupies zone completely free of floods and earthquakes since 1978 Fujitsu has opened a new data centre location in Western Singapore to feed the appetite for cloud services in Asia.…
Fujitsu Indonesia today announced that they have built a participatory disaster information-sharing system for Jakarta's Regional Disaster Management Agency, BPBD DKI Jakarta(1), that lets residents share disaster information by using a smartphone app. BPBD DKI Jakarta this month commences operation and provision of the smartphone app to the city's 10 million residents. Fujitsu and Fujitsu ...
Fujitsu Becomes SAP Channel Partner, Delivering SAP® Business All-in-One, SAP HANA®, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud ...10 Mar
Fujitsu Becomes SAP Channel Partner, Delivering SAP® Business All-in-One, SAP HANA®, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud Solutions to Manufacturing, Oil & Gas and Utilities Businesses and the Public Sector Throughout ...
Japanese shipments of traditional flip-phones rose in 2014 for the first time in seven years while smartphone shipments fell, highlighting Japanese consumers' tenacious attachment to the familiar and typically less expensive older models. (Japan Today)
Japan stocks closed lower on Friday, breaking a nine-session string of gains. (baystreet.ca)
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)