Fujitsu Helps Hydro Achieve a Strong ICT Basis for High Quality Infrastructure Services
- Hydro renews global ICT services contract with Fujitsu through to June 2019
- Fujitsu delivers new cloud-based infrastructure services to Hydro to achieve continuous improvement of services and enable business flexibility
Jo De Vliegher, Chief Information Officer, Hydro
Hydro is moving more towards the cloud because it provides the company with the flexibility we need as a global business. At the same time we need to strengthen specific services within particular business areas or locations. Hydro is thus seeing a clear need for a strong mix between cloud and on-premise, global and local In extending our long-standing partnership with Fujitsu to deliver ICT services, the company stands out among the competition as having an innovative and consistent approach, clear global strengths, and a very good understanding of our business and requirements.”
Conway Kosi, Head of Nordic, Fujitsu
“Hydro is a world-leader in its field with a visionary approach to business and sees ICT as a strategic enabler. This contract renewal is an acknowledgement of Hydro’s confidence in Fujitsu’s ability to provide world-class ICT services and underpins our position as a leading Nordic and global IT provider. It enables us to help our clients innovate and redesign their business operations and creating growth on both the top and bottom line of their business.”
Notes to the Editor
1 The Aluminium Lifecycle
- Production steps
Aluminium production is a time-consuming and energy-intensive process. But once the aluminium is made, it can be recycled over and over without losing its superb qualities.
- Bauxite mining
About 7 percent of the earth’s crust is aluminium, making it the third-most abundant element after oxygen and silicon. Aluminium production starts with the raw material bauxite.
- Alumina refining
Aluminium oxide (alumina) is extracted from bauxite in a refinery. Alumina is then used to produce primary aluminium.
- Primary production
It is crucial to us to minimize the environmental impacts of aluminium production. At the same time, Hydro develops products that can reduce the environmental burden when they are in use.
Hydro is a leading supplier of extrusion ingot, sheet ingot, foundry alloys and high-purity aluminium with a global production network.
Recycling is very important to sustainable development. It allows resources to be saved and waste to be reduced.
Fujitsu er Japans førende ICT (Information and Communication Technology) virksomhed og tilbyder en komplet portefølje af teknologiprodukter, løsninger og services. Omkring 155.000 Fujitsu medarbejdere supporterer kunder i over 100 lande. Med udgangspunkt i vores lange erfaring og informationsteknologiens store styrke er vi med til at forme fremtiden i samarbejde med vores kunder. Fujitsu Limited (TSE:6702) havde i det regnskabsår, der afsluttedes den 31. marts 2017, en konsolideret omsætning på 40 mia. US$. For mere information, se venligst www.fujitsu.com og www.fujitsu.dk.
About Fujitsu Nordic
Fujitsu Nordic is a leading provider of services, solutions and products within IT and communication. With approximately 4,500 employees Fujitsu Nordic is operating in Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and the Baltics. Our customers are in banking and finance, retail, manufacturing, telecom and central government. Fujitsu is a leader in Lean IT, especially for Service Desks. Fujitsu prioritizes environment and is certified by the Nordic Swan and Energy Star servers.
Date: 24 October, 2014