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Workforce transformation at the heart of business success in COVID-19 era
“The focus must be on supporting a different type of workplace characterised by geographically dispersed team members, a mix of employee-owned and company-provided devices, and an ongoing need for collaboration."
Fujitsu employee receives award for supercomputer tech
Yuichiro Ajima helped to create a new high-dimensional interconnect technology for the Fugaku, K, and PRIMEHPC FX1000 supercomputers.
New state manager for Fujitsu Western Australia and Northern Territory
Fujitsu anticipates that customers across the region will benefit significantly from Sandra’s return to West Australia."
Fujitsu launches nine new enterprise PC models
The launch includes a range of tablets and enterprise PC's with the latest CPU's and OS's.
Fujitsu and SAP Japan collaborate on new solution
Fujitsu has launched a SAP solution designed to improve efficiency of operations including estimating specifications, arranging materials after receiving orders and issuing production orders.
Fujitsu completes Tassie emergency services upgrade
It allows for real-time sharing of incident details, resource location, hazards, and warnings as well as status tracking between agencies.
How digital transformation is changing the retail industry - Fujitsu
Fujitsu described its vision for the future of digitalised retail services and proposes how retail and other industries will be transformed by its digital technologies.
Fujitsu to ship PRIMEHPC supercomputers in March 2020
The Fujitsu PRIMEHPC FX1000 and PRIMEHPC FX700 models both utilize technology of the Fugaku supercomputer, which was jointly developed by Fujitsu and RIKEN.
Boomi and Fujitsu ally to provide integrated data, applications and devices
The agreement will see Boomi’s fully-scalable, cloud-native integration capabilities added to Fujitsu’s stable of data and applications solutions.
AWS gives Fujitsu official MSP status
This accreditation follows an extensive audit and recognises Fujitsu’s expertise in delivering AWS-based cloud solutions for enterprise and government.
Fujitsu takes consumer prediction up a notch
New technique leverages AI to offer optimised strategies for professionals in areas including marketing, manufacturing, healthcare, and finance.
Fujitsu tapped to upgrade Australia’s most powerful supercomputer
The new machine will provide a 10-fold increase in speed and provide Australian researchers with world-class, high-end computing services.
Fujitsu launches new Cyber Resilience Centre in Canberra
The CRC is a Security Operations Centre (SOC) providing around the clock management of new Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS) offerings and delivery of end-to-end security services.
72% of business leaders fear data exploitation, Fujitsu survey shows
A recent Fujitsu survey of 900 CxO’s reveals the state of digital transformation across nine countries.
MEF's final draft SD-WAN service standard is publicly available
Standardisation will enable a wide range of ecosystem stakeholders to use the same terminology.
Fujitsu and Veeam partner to offer simplified backup and recovery
This new partnership promises the increased availability of data and faster recovery from disasters and unplanned system downtime.
Fujitsu aims to bring advanced mobility services to global automakers
"Our collaboration with Autonomic exemplifies how co-creation can help us achieve our vision to create a human-centric intelligent society."
Fujitsu develops automatic labelling technology to accelerate AI
Fujitsu has supposedly enabled the automatic creation of highly accurate training data.
Fujitsu develops deep learning acceleration technology
With the spread of deep learning in recent years, there has been a demand for algorithms that can execute machine learning processing at high speeds.
How ScanSnap Cloud enables device-less scanning
Fujitsu has announced the expansion of ScanSnap Cloud, a service that enables ScanSnap users to streamline workflows by delivering scanned data directly to their cloud.
Fujitsu building massive supercomputer for the University of Tokyo
The new supercomputer delivering 6.6 petaflops will support research in a wide range of fields.
Should AI technology determine the necessity for cyber attack responses?
Fujitsu has developed an AI that supposedly automatically determines whether action needs to be taken in response to a cyber attack.
Fujitsu takes conservation prize for immersion cooling system
The prize was awarded for the Fujitsu Server PRIMERGY Immersion Cooling System that can reduce power consumption by up to 40%.
Fujitsu’s WA data centre undergoing efficiency upgrade
Fujitsu's Malaga data centre in Perth has hit a four-star rating from National Australia Built Environment Rating System (NABERS).