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New facility to help "reduce pressure on system applications" for Asia-based customers and act as backup for some Japan-based customer systems, says IT service provider.
Fujitsu has introduced a data storage array with a revamped licensing model and better software for tiering data across different types of drives.The Eternus DX8700 S2 Disk Storage Systems family, announced by Fujitsu on Wednesday and due for general availability in February 2012, is a storage array that can support 3,072 drives in either SAS, Nearline SAS and SSD formats across both 2.
Four large players in the Australian cloud market, Macquarie Telecom, Fujitsu, Infoplex and VMware, have formed a national cloud council (OzHub), backed by the Federal Government and the Greens. The council will be dedicated to promoting cloud computing for the enterprise, small business, consumers and governments, while attempting to combat potential barriers to cloud (including data sovereignty concerns).
After a successful test in Australia, Fujitsu is launching a portfolio of green IT services that it says will help the average enterprise reduce its carbon footprint and energy costs.Kartik Ravel, practice director of green IT for Fujitsu America, while the new offerings absolutely will address data center efficiency, they are more focused on changing user electricity consumption habits related to desktop and peripheral technologies.
Dimension Data and HP have both launched e-waste-related products today, while Fujitsu released a Green IT report that found there was a relative lack of green IT policies across large organisations in Australia, the United States of America, the United Kingdom and India.
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Fujitsu's latest Primergy server product, called the Primergy CX1000, was designed to appeal to the economics of cloud service providers -- especially those that are focused on ultra energy efficiency.
Fujitsu says its new solution will allow companies migrate existing multi-platform and multi-vendor mission-critical systems to enterprise clouds. The benefit of this is that it will remove capital-intensive investments in technology and replace them with a pay-as-you-go strategy.
Fujitsu announced on Wednesday that it was getting out of the hard disk drive (HDD) head business and handing it over to Toshiba. The "head" on a disk drive is the part that flies across the surface of the disk "reading" or "writing" the data on the disk.
Touted as the IT vendor's greenest in the region, the facility boasts features such as monitoring controls that help save up to 30 percent of customers' power bills.
I thoroughly enjoy my Fujitsu U810 UMPC because it gives me a full computer in a 1.5 pound package that runs for at least 4 hours with a single battery and wireless connectivity. Fujitsu just announced the availability of a model with integrated AT&T Broadband (wireless) data support. These new models start at US$1,299 and also have a bump in the hard drive from 40GB to 60GB. Unfortunately, the RAM hasn't been bumped to 2GB like I was hoping for and still remain at 1GB.
Fujitsu Siemens has launched a BladeEngine for its PRIMERGY Blade Servers that offers virtualisation features along with unified network communications and a combined 10 Gbit Ethernet and iSCSI SAN Mezzanine card, according to the company.Designed for use in data centres, the card has a dual capability with its 10 Gbit Ethernet and iSCSI SAN controller for virtualised operations so that an individual machine can operate in, say, VMware and Xen environments.
I am a big fan of Bluetooth technology and am actually using a Think Outside Bluetooth keyboard to type this article on my new Fujitsu U810 Tablet PC. Blair sent me some big news from the Bluetooth SIG announcing that they are developing a new radio substitution method that will allow devices with both Bluetooth and WiFi radios to access and use both those radios for much faster data transfer rates. The new architecture is called Alternate MAC/PHY and the core specs for it are expected to be published in mid-2009.
The LifeBook T4215 is a solidly built convertible Tablet PC, whose fingerprint sensor and smartcard slot should appeal to security-conscious business buyers. The inclusion of 3G/HSDPA connectivity is a bonus, too.
Kasey sent me an exciting press release this weekend from EverNote Corporation announcing that Fujitsu will include EverNote on their LifeBook notebook and Stylistic Tablet PC device. If you buy a new LifeBook P1610 Tablet PC that also has a touchscreen display you will get EverNote Plus and EverNote ritePen. EverNote Plus is a great application that lets you capture and organize data quickly and easily. ritePen is a handwriting recognition application that lets you write anywhere on the display of a Tablet PC. This latest partnership is great for both companies and if you haven't tried EverNote for yourself I highly encourage you to download a copy today.
RailCorp NSW has decided to outsource components of its information and communications technology operations to vendor Fujitsu, officials said late this afternoon.In a statement issued to ZDNet Australia, RailCorp said Fujitsu will assume responsibility for desktop support, service desk, server management and data centre operations from January 2007.
The feature-packed LifeBook E8210 contains one feature we've not seen before: integrated 3G connectivity. This dual-core desktop replacement performs extremely well, although its battery life is only moderate.
The diminutive convertible tablet-style Flybook could be an appealing system for the business traveller, but it needs a boost in specification and a drop in price.
IDC published the data on worldwide server shipments in Q2 2005. IBM, HP and Sun were the top worldwide vendors, while Dell, HP and Fujitsu Siemens had the highest growth.
update The NSW Roads and Traffic Authority has retained Fujitsu to provide data centre outsourcing services for at least three more years, with options to extend the contract to a total of seven.Fujitsu has provided data centre outsourcing services to the RTA since 1997.
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