During a Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference presentation on Tuesday, Microsoft showed off a series of unreleased and unnamed devices from Acer, ZTE, Fujitsu, and Samsung.
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Fujitsu plans to bring Azure capabilities into its Stevenage datacentre next year and to start offering migration services for Microsoft's cloud platform
Following months of speculation, IT service provider Fujitsu has revealed it plans to deploy Microsoft Azure services in Australia using local infrastructure.
Microsoft unveils Azure appliance with Dell, Fujitsu and HP
Overnight, Microsoft announced the creation of an Azure appliance which HP, Dell and Fujitsu will sell and use to deliver Azure services to customers, both on premise and in company datacentres — a development that could lead to a much more local Azure.
Microsoft put some hardware meat around its Azure cloud computing system as it forged bundling deals with Fujitsu, Hewlett-Packard and Dell. The move better positions Azure for so-called private cloud computing deployments.
Microsoft is making good on its promise to allow enterprise customers buy Windows Azure preconfigured in datacenter containers from selected partners.On Juy 12, the company took the wraps off the name for this offering -- Windows Azure Platform Appliance -- and said Dell, Fujitsu and Hewlett Packard were all -to sell this offering.
Fujitsu and Microsoft will share datacentres worldwide in a bid to catch up to Google and other pioneers in the business of providing software and computing services online, the Nikkei reported on Friday.
Microsoft, Fujitsu and Asus have settled with Australian research body Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) over its US wireless patents.
If you need a rugged tablet PC that can do a full day's work in the field, Motion Computing's wide-screen J3400 will do the job very satisfactorily. However, it's not the lightest tablet we've seen, and you can rack up a big price tag if you pile on the options.
I have been enjoying the mobile office functionality of the HTC Advantage (see my review) and am always on the lookout for other powerful mobile devices that can help me work where I want to be. One of the devices I have been keeping my eye on is the Fujitsu LifeBook U810 that looks a bit like a big brother to my old Sony CLIE UX 50. I just read on jkOnTheRun that the Fujitsu U810 is now up on the Fujitsu website and available for US$999 or US$1099. The only difference between the two is the version of Vista (Home vs. Business) and the inclusion of Microsoft Works or Office. Compared to other devices in this ultra-portable PC category these sound like very good prices and definitely have me interested.
The MobileTechRoundup gang chats about a couple new devices, the Fujitsu P1610 and the Microsoft Zune. We also congratulate Geek.com on their 10th anniversary and encourage listeners to register there for some great prizes to celebrate their birthday.
Together with Intel, Microsoft and Fujitsu, the country's infocomm body launches showcase displaying technologies likely to be used across the public sector in the future.
Microsoft may not be able to sell the masses on tablets, but it is getting them into the hands of some students. Photos: Fujitsu LifeBook
Hurwitz provides details on Fujitsu's alliance with Microsoft to build .Net solutions.
Less than a month after Sun Microsystems brought its new Solaris 9 operating system to its servers, Fujitsu Technology Solutions has followed suit with its own servers. Fujitsu's Primepower servers, which include 128-processor behemoths, use Sparc64 GP processors that work similarly to Sun's UltraSparc chips and thus can run Sun's operating system and the higher-level software available for it. Fujitsu said Solaris 9 improves security and the amount of computing performance that can be wrung out of multiprocessor servers. Solaris, like IBM's AIX and Hewlett-Packard's HP-UX, is a version of Unix that competes with Linux and Microsoft Windows. --Stephen Shankland, Special to ZDNet News
Microsoft gains another Pocket PC 2002 licensee as Fujitsu Siemens wades in with a 64MB device that's heavy on connectivity
A month ago, Microsoft and IBM formed the Web Services Interoperability (WS-I) organization, an industry consortium dedicated to promoting best practices for Web services. It's hard to overstate the WS-I's importance--mainly because it's the first major industry organization devoted to Web services and boasts dozens of titans as members, including Accenture, BEA Systems, Compaq, Ford, Fujitsu, Hewlett-Packard, Oracle, Qwest, SAP, United Airlines, and VeriSign.
So much for the public-private partnership that California State University officials had hoped would bolster the state's technology edge and wire campuses from the Oregon border to San Diego.GTE and Fujitsu have pulled out of the California Educational Technology Intitiative, or CETI, just three months after Microsoft and Hughes Electronics backed away.
UK PC arm Fujitsu ICL Computers has announced a deal to bundle Microsoft Word 97 or Microsoft Works 97 with all its PCs for the corporate, consumer and SME markets.
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