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    • Tokyo, October 20, 2014
      Fujitsu Builds New Communications Platform to Transform Work Style for Kaga Electronics
      Kaga Electronics Co., Ltd. and Fujitsu Limited today announced that 14 Kaga Electronics' locations in Japan have commenced use of an upgraded communications platform built by Fujitsu for the company when it transferred its headquarters in March 2014.
    • Tokyo, October 17, 2014
      Fujitsu Selected by CDP for Climate Performance Leadership Index
      Fujitsu today announced it has been commended by CDP for its actions to reduce carbon emissions and climate change risks, and has been selected for the CDP Climate Performance Leadership Index for three years in succession.
    • Tokyo, October 16, 2014
      Fujitsu Initiates "Learning Project of Tomorrow" for an Era in Which Every Student Has a Tablet
      Fujitsu today announced that it will be promoting the "learning project of tomorrow" to support the creation of a learning environments suitable for the 21st century. From September 2014 until March 2016, Fujitsu will provide software and equipment necessary for lessons utilizing ICT in the classroom to a total of six elementary schools and middle schools, comprising five schools in different regions across Japan, and one elementary school in the ASEAN region.
    • Singapore and Tokyo, October 15, 2014
      Fujitsu Partners with Singapore to Set Up Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Urbanisation
      Fujitsu Limited, the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) and the Singapore Management University (SMU) have today signed a Master Research Collaboration Agreement (MRCA) at Fusionopolis. Under the MRCA, a five-year partnership which builds on the Fujitsu-A*STAR MoU signed in Japan in March 2013, the parties will invest S$54 million in an Urban Computing and Engineering Centre of Excellence in Singapore to work together in addressing the multitude of challenges highly urbanized cities frequently face. The Centre is also supported by the National Research Foundation (NRF), Prime Minister's Office, Singapore.

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