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October

  • Fujitsu partners with Foxboro Transportation for KCRC East Rail Network Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, October, 29 2002 - Fujitsu Australia will partner with Brisbane-based Foxboro Transportation to supply a state-of-the-art communications solution to one of Hong Kong's busiest rail networks, the Kowloon Canton Rail Corporation's (KCRC) East Rail Network.

  • Costs to tumble with 'SOI' approach to Web services Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, October, 22 2002 - A leading international expert on Web services, Mark Unak from Fujitsu Consulting in the United States, today told a Sydney conference that organisations could expect to see enterprise integration costs fall by an order of magnitude with the widespread introduction of Web services.

September

  • Fujitsu recognised for ICT industry development activities Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, September 25, 2002 - The Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, Senator Richard Alston, today recognised Fujitsu Australia Limited for its contribution to the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector through its industry development activities.

  • Arnott's outsources data centre operations to Fujitsu Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, September, 18 2002 - Fujitsu Australia today announced that leading food manufacturer Arnott's will outsource its data centre operations to Fujitsu under a five-year arrangement valued at approximately $7.5 million. Arnott's will move to Fujitsu from IBM Global Services Australia.

August

  • Local Internet hosting company re-signs with Fujitsu data centre Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, August, 23 2002 - Australian Internet hosting and e-business company, Destra Corporation (ASX:DES) has re-signed with the Fujitsu Internet Data Centre, relying on Fujitsu's extensive facilities and resources to provide the infrastructure for its Web hosting division, OzHosting.com.

May

April

  • Fujitsu doubles FLASHWAVE 7700 long haul reach to 1,500km Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, April, 30 2002 - Fujitsu today revealed the latest release of its FLASHWAVE 7700 long haul DWDM platform. The FLASHWAVE 7700 platform can now transmit 80 full-duplex 10Gbps channels up to 1,500km without regeneration, which is more than double its previous distance.

  • Fujitsu launches INTERSTAGE middleware into Australian market Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, April, 18 2002 - Fujitsu Australia announced today the release of its INTERSTAGE middleware to the Australian marketplace, seeking to meet the growing demand from enterprises for application integration solutions to help them link disparate corporate systems, interface legacy systems with state-of-the-art application packages, and provide a sound platform for new Web services solutions.

  • Fujitsu invests in high-end Internet Data Centre Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, April, 05 2002 - Fujitsu Australia Limited today announced the multi-million dollar purchase of a premium, 7,000 square metre Internet Data Centre (IDC) from Exodus Communications Australia Pty Limited. The acquisition of the Sydney facility will extend Fujitsu's data centre capability to include carrier-independent, high-bandwidth Internet access with advanced capabilities within a secure, highly resilient environment.

February

  • Fujitsu President calls for new approach to application development Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, February, 28 2002 - In his address to the World Congress on IT in Adelaide today, Fujitsu Limited President and CEO Naoyuki Akikusa said that IT service providers need to bridge the gap between technological innovation and IT utilisation if they want to stimulate demand for new products and services to arrest the current slump affecting the IT industry.

  • Fujitsu Australia showcases award-winner m-cast at WCIT Sydney , Australia,New Zealand, February, 25 2002 - Fujitsu Australia Software Technology (FAST) is showcasing its digital distribution system, m-cast, at the IT Business Forum and World Congress on Information Technology in Adelaide this week.

  • Fujitsu wins major outsourcing contract with BOC Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, February, 19 2002 - Fujitsu Australia has won a major outsourcing contract from BOC, the leading provider of gases and related products and services in the South Pacific. The contract is worth an estimated $A33 million over five years.

  • Fujitsu announces NetCOBOL for .NET Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, February, 14 2002 - Fujitsu Australia has reaffirmed its support for the Microsoft .NET platform with the release of NetCOBOL for .NET, a rich development environment and compiler for COBOL built on Microsoft Visual Studio .NET and the .NET Framework.

  • Fujitsu wins major TransGrid IT services outsourcing deal Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, February, 12 2002 - Fujitsu Australia has won a multi-million dollar, multi-year contract for the provision of IT services to TransGrid, the State-owned corporation responsible for the management and development of the $2.5 billion, high voltage electricity network throughout major regional and more isolated areas of NSW.

  • Fujitsu Australia partners with Qvalent to deliver end-to-end e-procurement to customers Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, February, 08 2002 - Leading e-services organisation Fujitsu Australia Limited will be able to deliver an end-to-end e-procurement solution to corporate customers and government agencies through a partnership agreement with business to business e-commerce infrastructure provider Qvalent Pty Ltd (formerly Metiom).

January