Fujitsu Unveils a Major Step Towards Business-Centric Datacenter with a Comprehensive Line-up of Integrated Systems24 Jul
SUNNYVALE, Calif., July 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Fujitsu, a leading information communications technology (ICT) company, today announces the introduction of its new, comprehensive line-up of Integrated ...
Fujitsu Strengthens Production Management Solution for "Plant Factories" with Akisai Food and Agriculture Cloud23 Jul
Tokyo, July 22, 2014 - (JCN Newswire) - Fujitsu today announced that it will enhance its production management service lineup for the "Akisai" Food and Agriculture Cloud by adding a production management system provided by Kobayashi Create Co. Ltd, a company that has begun to produce and sells vegetables grown in "plant factories"(1). The solution manages the production of plant factories and ...
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 will provide a cloud email service for 27,000 mailboxes across the New South Wales government.
Cloud is maturing into a new phase and channel business models will have to evolve to take advantage of the new commercial landscape
Japan's Fujitsu plans to pull out of the semiconductor business and sell a pair of chip-manufacturing factories to Taiwanese and US firms over the new few years, a report said Friday. It will sell one plant in western Japan to Taiwan's United Microelectronics, and is considering the sale of another in the country's northeast to US-based ON Semiconductor, the report said. Responding to the story ...
By Reiji Murai TOKYO (Reuters) - Fujitsu Ltd plans to transfer its main Mie semiconductor plant in central Japan to a joint venture it will set up with Taiwan's United Microelectronics Corp, sources familiar with the matter said on Friday. Fujitsu has sought to cut its exposure to semiconductors, aiming like several other Japanese electronics conglomerates to shed money-losing operations and ...
Fujitsu Ltd plans to form a joint venture with Taiwan's United Microelectronics Corp to own and operate Fujitsu's main Mie semiconductor plant in central Japan, sources familiar with the matter said on Friday. Fujitsu is initially expected to hold 70 percent of the venture with UMC holding 30 percent, although Fujitsu will steadily reduce its stake thereafter, the sources said. Several Japanese ...
Fujitsu has developed an approach to cluster supercomputers that reduces the number of network switches by 40 percent without sacrificing performance. The approach centers on using a new communications algorithm that efficiently controls data transmissions as well as deploying a multilayer full-mesh topology in the arrangement of the network. Compared to a three-layer “fat-tree” network topology ...
Fujitsu, a leading provider of business, information technology, and communications solutions, today announced the BroadOne™ GX4000 E-Band Solution for the North American market. O
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)