Information regarding crime can be found within the Internet, but has been difficult to utilize due to the massive amount of data available. Detecting only the information relevant to the crime and combining it with criminal information stored at the Agency for analysis required expert know-how and significant time and effort from the analysts.
Since its foundation in 2004, KFMC has relied on a traditional client-server model for its user devices. Over 1,000 fully-featured PCs were spread across the facility for use by doctors, nurses and administration. However, there were numerous risks and costs attached to managing and maintaining this estate.
The Fraunhofer Institute for Transportation and Infrastructure Systems (Fraunhofer IVI) in Dresden focuses on the key areas of transport planning and ecology, traffic information, vehicle, drive, sensor technology and telematics, information and communication to the areas disposition and logistics.
St. Bede’s Catholic High School is a co-educational secondary school located in Ormskirk, Lancashire, North West England. It aims to nurture an ethos of a caring Catholic community built on respect for each other while delivering the improvements needed to move St. Bede’s from Good to Outstanding as per its Ofsted rating.
Dublin City Council relied on a variety of legacy systems to record the status of important assets, involving significant levels of manual intervention. It wanted to find a smarter way of managing its assets with total real-time visibility.
Leopalace21 uses the rooftops of some of its leased apartments as ‘power plants’ to harvest solar power as a source of eco-friendly renewable energy. As of September 2015, the company has installed PV systems on the rooftops of 4,500 apartment buildings, with a total generating capacity of 70 Megawatts.
LuLu Group International is a highly diversified entity with operations spanning a vast geographical landscape. Spearheaded by the retail division, the Group also has varied business lines in Imports & Exports, and Wholesale & Distribution.
Since 1999 Robeco has outsourced its infrastructure. After a turbulent period Robeco has achieved most of its goals due to outsourcing its infrastructure services, but end-user satisfaction was not at the desired level.
Baden-Württemberg has two Evangelical churches in Württemberg and Baden. The Evangelical-Lutheran Church in Württemberg encompasses around 1,300 parishes and is the sixth-largest of the 20 member churches of the Evangelical Church in Germany (EKD).
FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX200 systems with Storage Cluster License for transparent failover ensure that both data centers work simultaneously, enabling applications to switch between them without interrupting service.
After intense market evaluation, the hospital decided to maintain its long-term relationship with Fujitsu, which had already provided the previous infrastructure. The new deployment of latest generations servers and storage systems ideally supports the vital work done within the hospital.
iSphere wanted to offer SAP HANA® as a hosted service but considered it too expensive to deploy and maintain. It needed to find a flexible, cost-effective platform that could deliver high SAP HANA performance to its local SME customer base.
GeoMon is a start-up that was founded in 2013. The company started out by running analyses on data acquired from drone flights for its customers. It now specializes in providing a comprehensive range of services covering the fields of GIS and unmanned aerial vehicles.
Historically, Whitbread had developed and deployed over 600 Domino applications for its IBM Lotus Notes platform, encompassing simple document repositories as well as complex business process systems. These applications were hosted on a single server running Microsoft Windows 2000, which had reached end-of-life status, prompting the company to refresh the hardware.
The organisation worked with Fujitsu to configure and deploy Microsoft Dynamics CRM for 25 users, encompassing every aspect of donor management including pledge creation, batch processing and payment runs, donation receipting, marketing, campaign analysis and sales systems integration.
HomeServe prides itself on its entrepreneurial zeal. It has seen 20 percent year on year growth over a five-year period, but this rapid growth presented challenges. Technology investment lagged behind business expansion and many key processes relied on manual intervention.
The Pisa section of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics participates in numerous scientific experiments that can involve several thousands of researchers, as is the case with the project involving the CMS particle detector.
Fujitsu and AAG Systems worked together to install and configure one FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX100 with 12TB of usable storage in combination with two FUJITSU Server PRIMEGY RX2540 in First Scottish’s office in Fife.
HPMC had a traditional physical server infrastructure which was energy-intensive and took up lots of space. When this hardware approached end-of-life, the company decided to modernize its approach to IT and introduce a virtualized environment.
Like any thriving business, House Foods America needs to keep track of its supply chain and the associated costs. Previously, Curry House outlets would compile orders on a standard spreadsheet program and send the files to suppliers as email attachments.
Smartbox has been designing and manufacturing assistive technology solutions for over 15 years. Its latest generation of software, Grid 3, has been designed to improve the lives of people with disabilities.
Catholic High School must stay ahead of the technology curve to ensure its students get the best, most modern educational experience that will provide them with the tools they need to succeed. As part of this commitment, it wanted to introduce a 1:1 computing program
NNPD relies on in-car mobile data devices to equip its officers with the tools they need when on patrol. However, of the 231 computers in use in the field, 143 were over eight years’ old, making them slow and prone to failure. The organization needed to update its fleet with more modern devices.
Every year at Qantas, over 2,000 computing devices reach end of life and must either be fixed, upgraded or responsibly recycled. The company had also set itself a target in 2010 to reduce the amount of waste being sent to landfill by 30 per cent by 2020.
Following an audit conducted by PwC in 2014, IPF embarked on a strategic programme to address a number of Business and ICT Continuity management issues. The company had a desire to ensure it has a robust and tested ICT Continuity capability across the business and needed its key suppliers to provide assurance that the supplied technology and applications could support its requirements.
As one of the pioneers of one-to-one programs, St. Louis College of Pharmacy (STLCOP) is continually refreshing its devices on campus. It needs to find the right devices to meet the needs of students and faculty.
Biotechnology company Glycotope recently decided to professionalize its ERP processes by introducing SAP. Until this point, the SME had never had an integrated IT system. With Fujitsu’s help, Glycotope implemented a complete, standardized SAP environment within just four months, which it can now use to visualize and efficiently manage all of its business processes.
Based on very good results from a HANA Proof of Concept project together with SAP and its consultancy partner Delaware, and following a comprehensive evaluation process, the company selected FUJITSU Integrated System PRIMEFLEX® for SAP HANA® to support its new Business Suite on HANA solution.
Working with long-term IT partner, Cutter, the school decided that Fujitsu provided the best price-performance ratio and deployed three servers to support the VDI, two for applications and one for disaster recovery.
To streamline and optimize a backup process previously heavily dependent on manual operations, SogeMi opted for pair of FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS CS800 systems – a backup and deduplication appliance with automatic replication, bringing significant reductions in disk-space requirements and therefore also strengthening the company’s disaster protection plans.
Fujitsu provided a comprehensive “PRIMEFLEX for SAP Landscapes” concept, comprising FUJITSU x86 servers, Cisco Nexus network components, NetApp storage solutions and virtualization software from VMware.
The college joined Fujitsu’s Education Ambassador programme and together they designed an Innovation Hub centred on a Fujitsu vShape platform, which provides server, storage and virtualisation in one single box.
Satit CU is participating in the Fujitsu ‘Learning Project of Tomorrow’ where tablets and education applications are utilized for effective learning. In the project, eight subjects are taught and one learning development activity is also performed.
The Forestry Commission was using Windows XP on thousands of devices, however this OS was reaching end of life and would no longer be supported. It needed to upgrade all of these machines to Windows 7. The organisation turned to its existing business partner, Fujitsu, to develop a precise deployment programme for over 2,200 machines in 54 locations.
On the recommendation of several other departments, as well as industry reviews, the City of Muskogee decided to utilize Brite’s Fujitsu Solution. The LIFEBOOK® T-series features top of the line Intel® technology and is mounted on the central dash for optimum functionality.
After performing an extensive evaluation of the systems available on the market, Grundeigentümer-Versicherung opted for the ETERNUS CS200c backup appliance from Fujitsu. This was mainly due to the high degree of integration in the system, which combines hardware and software.
Sberbank wanted to offer schools the opportunity to securely and reliably manage canteen transactions, giving parents visibility of how their children spend lunch money. After looking at fingerprint and iris recognition, the company turned to Fujitsu PalmSecure, a contactless, intuitive authentication platform that captures unique palm-vein signatures. This solution has now been rolled out to over 40 schools with more to follow.
In the past, Nakilat operated multiple servers with six storage devices dispersed across its three main lines of business. The organization had an interest in implementing a consolidated IT environment that would unify the company, reduce operational demands and make Nakilat SAP HANA® equipped.
Novamont selected the FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS CS200c Powered by Commvault due to its features as a backup appliance, including speed of implementation, pre-installed backup software and the ability to centralize operations.
After evaluating multiple vendors, the company decided to extend the collaboration with its proven SAP software support provider, Fujitsu. FUJITSU Integrated System PRIMEFLEX® for SAP HANA® now supports Sterlite sales, logistics, production and supply chain operations with the leading-edge in memory technology to gain the full benefit of SAP Business Suite on HANA and SAP BW on HANA.
Following an RFP, the company decided that Fujitsu offered the best combination of price, performance, capacity, scalability and flexibility and deployed both the FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS CS8000 Data Protection Appliance and ETERNUS LT260 Tape Library System.
Following a tender process, Camelot Global chose to partner with Fujitsu, which provided an engineering team capable of preparing and installing the volumes required of over 600 sites every week. This ensured that tight deadlines could be met and penalties avoided.
The German Federal Employment Agency replaced their entire computer infrastructure in their branch offices, taking into account the German government’s requirement for all of its public bodies to increase the energy efficiency of their IT systems.
The Alberta Government wanted to find a new provider that would introduce new features and reinvent the service desk process. After a comprehensive benchmarking procedure, the organization identified the key criteria and went to market. Fujitsu’s combination of experience, capability and cost-effectiveness made it the ideal partner.
As part of a PoC, Fujitsu set up a production environment based on a virtualized HANA system. Following extensive tests, PRD and DEV were set up in parallel. Fujitsu provides the technical infrastructure in its high-security, certified data centers in Germany and handles the operation of the entire SAP HANA architecture.
Scottish Water activated the Fujitsu Cyber Threat Intelligence service, which immediately identified the source of the unknown malware variant, cleaned infected devices and worked with Symantec to create a signature that would block it.
Siemens AG (Berlin and Munich) is a global technology powerhouse. The company is active in more than 200 countries, focusing on the areas of electrification, automation and digitization. The central data center of Siemens AG is responsible for hosting and running the company’s business-critical applications.
Hôpital Montfort wanted to transform its surgical department, considered as the core of its activities. It started with the goal to improve processes within its orthopedic department to enhance the patient journey, reduce costs and increase the quality of life for its staff.
Following a comprehensive evaluation process, the school chose the FUJITSU Tablet LIFEBOOK® T935, a versatile 2-in-1 Ultrabook™ with ultra-thin, durable aluminum and magnesium housing, a rotatable WQHD display and pen-input support.
As a result of decades of experience gained in the Autodesk environment, BASIS made a preliminary selection of hardware platforms. In the final assessment, Fujitsu made it possible to conduct tests on different configurations of its workstations, because of this FUJITSU Workstation CELSIUS W530 equipped with NVIDIA® Quadro® 4 GB K2200 graphics cards were selected.
Airbus S.A.S began digitizing its operations and introduced radio-frequency identification technology (RFID) across the full lifecycle of its operations. This required strict criteria to be met, and Fujitsu successfully qualified in all areas. The technology enables a wide range of information, from part numbers to maintenance history, to be electronically and digitally attached to individual aircraft components.
The company worked with long-term technology partner, Fujitsu, to leverage its extensive Hyperion knowledge base in India. Together, they spent over three months transitioning to a new Hyperion platform.
Local IT reseller Q-Tron suggested speaking to Fujitsu, which recommended its PRIMEFLEX vShape virtualised environment. This integrates servers, storage and switches along with virtualisation software in one package.
Replacement of the existing in-house monitoring solution for the highly advanced data center infrastructure of HPI Future SOC Labs, which had been developed on the basis of an open source system – with the aim of significantly reducing the amount of monitoring and administration required.
NABERS is Australia’s national programme for benchmarking the sustainability of building operations. Having identified the data centre sector as a significant and growing energy consumer, they wanted to introduce a tool to accurately evaluate the energy performance of data centres.
The Cloud Connect Collaborate (CCC) solution provided Gatwick with a cloud based Cisco solution delivered by Fujitsu via Gatwick’s Telephony services provider Xchanging. The new system provides collaboration services across the airport campus, using multiple channels such as Instant Messaging, Voice, Video and Web conferencing that didn’t exist before.
The adoption of SAP Business One on SAP HANA, based on Fujitsu systems, met KÜNZI’s need to move forward and embrace innovation. The server’s processing capacity is such that there is still ample room to develop new procedures to improve the quality of employees’ work.
When the company decided to look for a new disk storage solution, its main requirement was a synchronous, automated data mirroring feature with the option to switch seamlessly between the two storage systems at any time.
The Lindorff Group was running decentralized IT operations in twelve countries across Europe, leading to a lack of consistency and high inefficiency. It wanted to find a more consolidated approach to technology.
BPCL wanted to find a secure, reliable way to ease congestion at its refineries’ access points. Traditional methods such as ID cards or fingerprint recognition were either too slow or not accurate enough.
During the hospital’s conversion to a virtualized data center infrastructure, it became clear that the existing storage system was not powerful enough to provide the fast response times needed for its SAP applications.
Callidus wanted to introduce a rich media environment with centralised management and a more scalable desktop platform. FUJITSU provided a comprehensive end-to-end VDI solution capable of meeting the needs of the business today and in the future.
Existing stadium partner, Huawei, recommended Fujitsu should act as the chief systems integrator and project manager. Over the course of six months, the organisations together deployed over 300 access points throughout the stadium.
To keep up with the rapid growth of its Krasnodar and Sochi airports, Basel Aero needed to build a robust and highly-scalable IT infrastructure that could support the operation of several hundred virtual desktops serving the numerous non-core activities of these airports.
Frontier Science has implemented multiple Fujitsu M10-4 and M10-1 servers at several sites. It has also installed Fujitsu ETERNUS DX200 storage solutions at each location. These include production systems as well as segregated development and testing systems.