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    • Tokyo, August 31, 2015
      Fujitsu Raises Targets for Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions through ICT
      The Fujitsu Group is disclosing the results of its efforts to achieve the targets of its Fujitsu Group Environmental Action Plan (Stage VII), formulated to cover the three years from fiscal 2013. Among Fujitsu's 17 target items under the plan, two, namely "Contribution to Society by ICT: Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions" and "Design and Deliver Eco-efficient Products," have achieved results equivalent to their fiscal 2015 year-end targets. Accordingly, Fujitsu has revised its targets upward. In addition, in the category of "Efficient Business Operations: Data Centers," Fujitsu has completed the building of a new PUE visualization tool, which it will use to expand upon its environmental performance improvement activities.
    • Tokyo, Japan and Santa Clara, California, United States, August 28, 2015
      Fujitsu and Sify to Collaborate on Providing Global ICT Solutions
      Fujitsu Limited and Sify Technologies Limited today announced that they have signed an MOU agreeing to a strategic partnership to provide global ICT solutions. The two companies will engage in go-to-market collaboration to support global customers, initially starting with the North American market.
    • Kyoto and Tokyo, Japan, August 28, 2015
      Kyoto University and Fujitsu Launch a Joint Research Project to Facilitate Evidence-Based Education
      Kyoto University and Fujitsu Limited today announced that they are carrying out a research project to develop effective teaching methods and further students' self-directed learning. Conducting the research from June 2015 to March 2016, Kyoto University and Fujitsu will use data collected and accumulated by learning support systems, from Kyoto University and elsewhere, such as course learning records and teaching material access records.
    • Tokyo, August 27, 2015
      Fujitsu Launches Cloud Services Management Offering for Managed Integration of Multi-Cloud Environments
      Fujitsu today announced that it will begin offering a new multi-cloud integrated management service, FUJITSU Cloud Services Management, as well as FUJITSU Software Cloud Services Management (with the service and software collectively referred to below as "Cloud Services Management"), which enable unified management of the many different cloud environments spread across different end-user departments and work areas within a company or organization. Sales of Cloud Services Management in Japan begin today.

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