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  • Barrie Knitwear deploys Fujitsu's Cluster-in-a-Box
    Established in 1903 and located in Hawick, UK, Barrie Knitwear produces and sells luxury clothing and employs approximately 190 people.
  • Hospital Universitario Marqués de Valdecilla
    Hospital Universitario Marqués de Valdecilla is a publicly owned institution that reports to the Regional Health Ministry of the Cantabrian Government and forms part of the Cantabrian Health Service.
  • BLOCK Transformatoren-Elektronik GmbH uses Fujitsu Read-to-Go Plus
    BLOCK Transformatoren-Elektronik GmbH is a leading manufacturer of transformers, power supplies and electrical filters and has been a strong partner to industry and small trade businesses in the winding materials sector for many decades
  • Nikken Lease Kogyo Invests in Fujitsu Tablets
    Nikken Lease Kogyo rents and leases items such as construction-related materials, nursing-care products, and office and event supplies. As a pioneer in renting construction-related equipment for temporary use, Nikken Lease Kogyo owns one third of all temporary materials marketed in Japan.
  • LIXIL Selects Fujitsu Tablets
    LIXIL Corporation provides products from windows, tiles, doors and internal building materials for residential housing, to plumbing related equipment such as kitchens, bathrooms and toilets, as well as commercial facilities or office buildings, public facilities and spaces such as railway stations and transportation infrastructure.
  • Kyoto Prefecture Builds the Healthcare System with FUJITSU's CRMate Cloud Service
    Japan has three levels of government: national, prefectural and local. There are 47 prefectures in the country, with an average population of roughly 2.5 million in each prefecture. In that sense, Kyoto Prefecture has a fairly typical population profile, with most of its 2.6 million residents living in Kyoto City – Japan’s ancient capital. However, Kyoto lies within the greater Osaka urban area, which is home to more than 16 million people, and ranks second only to the greater Tokyo urban area’s 30 million-plus population. Proximity to such a large metropolitan conglomeration presents both challenges and opportunities when dealing with healthcare for the elderly.
  • Saint-Gobain Selects Fujitsu For Help Desk and Assessment Management Services
    Saint-Gobain is the world leader in the habitat and construction markets. It designs, manufactures and distributes building materials, providing innovative solutions to meet the growing demand for energy efficiency and for environmental protection.
  • Hallmark Cards Implements Fujitsu Cloud and TeamPoS Systems
    Hallmark was founded more than a century ago by a teenage entrepreneur with a couple of shoeboxes of postcards under his arm and the American dream in his heart. Today, Hallmark is a $4 billion business with greeting cards and other products sold in 39,000 retail stores across the US and in 100 countries worldwide. This makes it the global market leader in greeting cards.
  • Council Rock School District Uses Fujitsu ETERNUS Storage
    The Council Rock School District (CRSD) is located in lower Bucks County, in south eastern Pennsylvania. It spends over $12,000 per secondary student per year and operates two High Schools, three Middle Schools and ten Elementary Schools, and an alternative High School.
  • Mainstream Migrates to Fujitsu PRIMERGY Servers
    Mainstream was founded in 2005 with the aim of providing advanced web hosting services. It has three well-equipped data centers in Serbia, as well as one in the US and one in France. The company partners with all major ISPs and has its own hardworking, experienced and dedicated administrators.
  • Farmasoft LLC Chooses Fujitsu, NetApp and VMware Solutions
    Farmasoft is a leading pharmaceutical company in Ukraine. It has rich experience, dealing in pharmaceutical logistics since 1999. Since 2005 the company has expanded the scale of its operations, adding logistics of clinical research to its portfolio.
  • KARI Installs Fujitsu PRIMERGY Servers
    KARI is an international chain of stores selling fashion footwear and accessories for men and women. The brand is a household name in Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan. It runs a total of over 570 stores. KARI currently has 430 stores operating in Russia.
  • Technostroyproyekt Upgrades IT Infrastructure With Fujitsu
    Technostroyproyekt, founded in 2000, first specialized in designing retail and public catering sites. Over time the company entered the market for the construction of residential housing, industrial facilities and social sites.
  • Northern (Artctic) Federal University Chooses Fujitsu Servers and Storage
    The M.V. Lomonosov Northern (Arctic) Federal University (NARFU) is a new research and educational innovation center in the Russian system for higher professional education. It was founded by Russian Federation Presidential Decree No.
  • SDM-Bank Chooses Fujitsu Storage ETERNUS and PRIMERGY Servers
    SDM-Bank features in the top 100 Russian banks in terms of profitability. In 2013 the agency Fitch Ratings raised its rating from “B” to “B+” (stable). SDM-Bank has 13 departments in Moscow and the Moscow Region and nine branches in cities around Russia.
  • CTTI Makes Fujitsu a Technology Partner
    The Centre de Telecomunicacions i Tecnologíes de la Informació (CTTI) is a public company created by the Catalan Government with responsibility for strategy, centralized purchasing, management and supply for information and communications technology (ITC) solutions for the Catalan Government.
  • KRONES uses ETERNUS High End and ETERNUS CS800 Systems
    Every day, millions of bottles, cans and special-shaped containers are handled on Krones lines. This is mainly for breweries, the soft-drinks sector and for producers of wines and spirits, but also for the food and luxury-goods industries and the chemical, cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries.
  • AOK Uses FlexFrame and PRIMERGY Blade Server Technology
    Arbeitsgemeinschaft AOK-Rechenzentrum Bremen/Lower Saxony performs exhaustive data center services for the employees of the two AOK health insurance providers that cover Bremen and Lower Saxony.
  • Central Bank of Ireland implements Microsoft SharePoint sites with Fujitsu
    The Central Bank of Ireland provides financial regulation and banking oversight to the Republic of Ireland.
  • Universidad De Granada Installs Fujitsu PRIMERGY Servers
    The University of Granada (UGR) was founded in 1531 and continues a long teaching tradition that links with that of the Madrasa of the last Nasrid Kingdom. It has five campuses and a sixth one under construction, which is about to be inaugurated (PTS – Health Sciences Technology Park), in the city of Granada (Spain), plus another two campuses in Ceuta and Melilla (Spain), in North Africa.
  • Università Cattolica Del Sacro Cuore Outsources Infrastructure Management
    Five campuses, 12 faculties, over 40,000 students and 4,000 teaching staff. This summarizes the numbers involved at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, the largest non-state university in Europe.
  • KSPG AG Chooses Fujitsu HPC Solution
    KSPG AG is the holding company of the Rheinmetall Group’s automotive division. A global automotive supplier, KSPG’s expertise in air supplies, emission reductions and pumps, as well as the development, production and provision of replacement parts for pistons, engine blocks and friction bearings, means that it enjoys leading positions in the relevant markets.
  • AEGON Group Upgrades IT Infrastructure and Devices
    The AEGON capital group is a world-renowned specialist in life insurance, pensions, and savings and investment products. It also offers some banking services, and operates in the accident and health insurance sector. AEGON has 40 million customers in more than 20 countries in America, Europe and Asia. It has 27,500 employees and revenues of almost 1 billion Euros per annum.
  • Rush Memorial Hospital
    In 1892, Dr. John Sexton founded the first hospital in Rushville, one of the first in Southern Indiana. The present Rush Memorial Hospital was then opened in 1950 and has since undergone a series of extensions.
  • University Campus Suffolk selects Fujitsu CELSIUS workstations
    University Campus Suffolk (UCS) is a new kind of higher education institution that allows students to access the knowledge and resources of its two validating universities, the University of East Anglia and the University of Essex, as well as local colleges and the wider community.
  • GNARUM turns to Fujitsu for SAP HANA solution
    GNARUM develops applied technology solutions for the energy sector to allow producers, operators and traders to optimize the management of their energy assets, improving their functionality and daily productivity in the electricity markets.
  • BPBD DKI Jakarta Uses Fujitsu DIMS to Help With Disaster Mitigation
    DKI Jakarta Regional Disaster Management Agency (Badan Penanggulangan Bencana Daerah – BPBD DKI Jakarta) is a disaster management agency established in February 2011 under the Regional Governor’s authority. The Regional Secretary is the ex officio Head Officer of BPPD, reporting to the Governor.
  • Toyota Australia Transforms End User Computing With Fujitsu
    Toyota Australia needed to transform its End User Computing platform, migrating from a heterogeneous operating system environment to one consolidated on Windows 7.
  • TECTEO Updates Data Centers With Fujitsu
    TECTEO Group is an industrial group that pursues a dynamic and diversified policy in the energy and telecommunications sectors in Wallonia and Brussels. The group’s strategy is expressed through four brands: RESA specializes in the management of electricity and gas distribution networks in the Province of Liège; VOO is the main telecom operator for the whole of Wallonia and parts of Brussels; TECTEO Invest maintains the company’s financial investments in other companies; and TECTEO Energy is dedicated to the development of new projects in the renewable energy sector.
  • Institute of Art, Design and Technology uses Fujitsu workstations
    The Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT) was founded in 1997 and currently has over 3,000 full time students and staff. Its core mission is to be the leading Irish educator for the knowledge, media and entertainment sectors – linking creativity, technology and enterprise.
  • Data Continuity Group Implements Fujitsu vShape
    Data Continuity Group (DCG) has been a leading provider of Data Management and Protection solutions and services for well over a decade. Headquartered in Bracknell, the company manages data across 55 countries and is trusted by numerous organisations to protect their data throughout their entire global infrastructure.
  • PwC Germany
    From tax optimization, to liquidity planning and process optimization, right through to stock market flotation: PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) provides advice to consolidated companies and family businesses, industrial and service-based enterprises, global players and local heroes, public authorities, associations and NGOs. In Germany, PwC is the market leader in auditing and consulting services.
  • Young Enterprise Trust
    The Young Enterprise Trust is a charitable organisation dedicated to growing a more prosperous New Zealand through enterprise. Founded in 1981, its purpose is to help the economic growth of New Zealand by providing a range of programmes and resources to schools.
  • Weta Digital
    Weta Digital is a five-time Academy Award® winning visual effects and digital production services facility based in Wellington, New Zealand. Its reputation for creativity and delivery keeps it in high demand with some of the world’s leading film studios, and film credits include The Lord of the Rings trilogy, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Avatar and The Adventures of Tintin.
  • Fujitsu’s Landmark Sustainability Collaboration with the University Alliance
    In 2009, three of Victoria’s leading tertiary institutions, the University of Melbourne, Monash University and RMIT University (the Alliance), instigated an innovative collaboration to develop a shared data centre that would make a significant contribution to reducing costs and cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Sydney Water Maximo Implementation
    Sydney Water is Australia’s largest urban water utility with 3,000 staff and an area of operations covering 12,700 km2. Sydney Water provides drinking water, recycled water, wastewater services and some stormwater services to more than four million people in Sydney, the Illawarra and the Blue Mountains.
  • Sydney Water – Business Transformation
    Sydney Water is Australia's largest urban water utility with 3,000 staff and an area of operations covering 12,700 km2. Sydney Water provides drinking water, recycled water, wastewater services and some stormwater services to more than four million people in Sydney, the Illawarra and the Blue Mountains.
  • Surf Life Saving Australia
    Surf Life Saving is Australia’s major water safety, drowning prevention and rescue authority. This national organisation, with regional and state administrative branches, coordinates 311 community surf life saving clubs that collectively patrol more than 400 beaches.
  • Qantas Airways Limited- ICT Sustainability
    As one of the world’s leading airlines and an iconic Australian brand, Qantas (ASX: QAN) employs 35,700 people. Its portfolio includes the Qantas and Jetstar airlines, which carry more than 40 million passengers each year, and subsidiary businesses such as Qantas Freight Enterprises, Q Catering and Qantas Frequent Flyer.
  • OrderMate - Point Of Sale Experts
    Innovators in the field of hospitality Point of Sale (POS) software, OrderMate have built a network of over 1000 cafés, bars and restaurants that rely day in day out on the high performance of the OrderMate range of solutions. Careful
  • Growing the Medical Practice with PRIMERGY was a Snip for the Doctors
    Innovators in the field of hospitality Point of Sale (POS) software, OrderMate have built a network of over 1000 cafés, bars and restaurants that rely day in day out on the high performance of the OrderMate range of solutions. Careful
  • Meridian Energy – ICT Sustainability Quick Start & Footprinting
    Meridian Energy is an integrated renewable energy company. It is the largest generator in New Zealand, with a strong pipeline of development options in Australasia, and also retails electricity throughout New Zealand.
  • Lend Lease – Convesso Concavo Project
    Lend Lease has been creating innovative property and infrastructure solutions for more than 50 years and can lay claim to delivering more than 10,000 projects during this period.
  • ‘I Know IT’Grows Business With Robust And Scalable Cloud Infrastructure That Supports Its Managed Service Expertise
    After more than eleven years, I Know IT, headquartered in the Sydney suburb of Balmain, has built up a thriving IT Services business. Their dedicated team of qualified IT Specialists provide support across a range of IT Infrastructures and industries including Legal, Accounting, and Logistics.
  • Hobsons Total Cost of Ownership Assessment
    Hobsons is a premier provider of innovative technology and integrated marketing solutions that empower education professionals to manage the entire student lifecycle, including recruitment, enrollment, and retention.
  • Grocon Group
    Grocon is the largest privately owned development, construction and investment management company in Australia. It specializes in large scale projects, be they commercial office spaces for premium clients such as ANZ and Freehills, or Public Private Partnerships such as the new Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre for the Federal and Victorian Governments.
  • Frucor Beverages - Fujitsu Power Appliance for the SAP HANA® platform
    Frucor Beverages Ltd is one of Australasia’s largest beverage manufacturers and distributors. It is best known for its flagship product, the ‘V’ energy drink as well as an extensive brand portfolio including fruit juices, waters and soft drinks. Headquartered in Sydney and Auckland, Frucor has more than 900 employees in Australia and New Zealand.
  • Department of Primary Industries and Regions (PIRSA)
    Department of Primary Industries and Regions (PIRSA)is a key agency for economic development. The department focuses on increasing the prosperity of South Australians, improving their quality of life and ensuring the sustainable development of the state’s natural resource base for future generations.
  • Maximum Uptime with Integrated Virtual Servers and Failover Cluster solution
    Established over 30 years ago, Christian College is a kindergarten (preparatory) to year-12 private school, based in the Geelong region of Victoria, Australia, with 1900 students.
  • Australian Electoral Commission
    The AEC is responsible for conducting federal elections and national referenda. It maintains the high profile Commonwealth electoral roll of over 14 million voters and electronic returns applications, which contain sensitive personal data. The AEC’s significant public communication and education role is supported by its internet presence which relies on critical high volume, robust and scalable systems.
  • Welch Foods
    Founded in 1869, Welch Foods, Inc. (Welch’s) is a family-farmer owned company and the leading marketer of Concord and Niagara grape-based products.
  • Sparda-Datenverarbeitung eG Implements ETERNUS CS High End
    The Sparda banks are a group of twelve regional mutual savings banks, which employ around 7,000 people in 400 branches across Germany to support their 3.4 million members. All 12 Sparda banks and netbank, Europe’s first internet bank, rely on the IT services provided by the Nuremberg-based company, Sparda-Datenverarbeitung eG (SDV).
  • BKK Salzgitter Uses Fujitsu Server and Storage Solution
    BKK Salzgitter, a company-related health insurance fund, is a self-administrated public corporation with its origins in the company Salzgitter AG.
  • I Heart Studios Chooses Fujitsu RunMyProcess Integrated with Salesforce.com
    I Heart Studios is a rapidly expanding digital content studio based in London, with a strong ambition of becoming the biggest photography studio in the UK. Since 2008, I Heart Studios has been working with top retailers to supply high-quality creative visual content.
  • Jurasz Hospital Installs Fujitsu PRIMERGY Servers and ETERNUS Storage
    Established in 1836, the Dr Anthony Jurasz University Hospital in Bydgoszcz is the largest public health service in the Kujawsko-Pomorskie region of Poland, treating over 40,000 inpatients and more than 200,000 outpatients every year.
  • SICOOB chooses Fujitsu for data center
    SICOOB has witnessed a radical change over time in the way companies interact with technology. For the purpose of market expansion and to provide added value to the business, SICOOB determined the need to restructure and improve the technological base in order to obtain a strong competitive advantage.
  • LBS Westdeutsche Landesbausparkasse Uses ManageNow for Data Center Monitoring
    LBS Westdeutsche Landesbausparkasse provides its financial products to customers in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, and is the largest regional building society in Germany.
  • EnBW migrates to PRIMERGY systems
    EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, is one of the largest energy companies in Germany and Europe. EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG generates, trades in, transports and sells energy, and operates in the fields of electricity and gas as well as energy and environmental services.
  • Munich Re transfers to Fujitsu’s Managed Data Center
    Munich Re operates in all insurance sectors and has around 45,000 employees across all continents. Its business is based on three pillars: reinsurance, direct insurance and Munich Health. The group combines direct and reinsurance under one roof, generating a profit in 2012 of €3.211 billion with income from contributions of around €52 billion. Income from contributions of approximately €28.2 billion from reinsurance alone makes Munich Re is one of the world’s leading reinsurers.
  • Munich Re uses backup & restore solution based on ETERNUS CS High End
    Munich Re operates in all insurance sectors and has around 45,000 employees across all continents. Its business is based on three pillars: reinsurance, direct insurance and Munich Health.
  • National Bank of Abu Dhabi Deploys PRIMERGY Servers
    The National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD) has one of the largest networks in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with an expanding network of 125 branches and cash offices and more than 585 ATMs across the country.
  • Universidad Autónoma de Madrid Installs High Performance Computers
    Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) is one of the most prestigious public universities in the country and is internationally renowned for its teaching excellence and its devotion to research. The campus is located in Cantoblanco, Madrid, with over 32,000 students and 3,000 lecturers and professors, and is a pioneer in the smart, massive use of technology, not to mention an international center of reference in research and knowledge transfer.
  • HM Revenue & Customs works with Fujitsu consultants
    HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is the UK’s tax authority and was formed in 2005 through a merger of the Inland Revenue and Customs and Excise.
  • Department of the Environment Develops Workforce Models with Fujitsu
    The Planning & Local Government Group (P&LGG) contributes to and is responsible for implementing Northern Ireland Executive’s planning policies and operates within a statutory framework.
  • Department for Business, Innovation & Skills refreshes servers with Fujitsu
    The Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) is the UK’s department for economic growth. It invests in skills and education to promote trade, boost innovation and help people to start and grow a business.
  • A Large Regional Emergency Service
    As one of the largest organisations of its kind with nearly 20,000 employees over 500 separate locations, they have world class operations and demand world class technology solutions.
  • UPM Moves to Fujitsu Infrastructure
    Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) was established in 1931 as the School of Agriculture. The school was located on a 220 acre property in Serdang, and offered two programs; a three year diploma, and a one-year certificate course in Agriculture. In 1947, the school was renamed the College of Agriculture Malaya by the then Governor of the Malayan Union.
  • Bron Afon
    Bron Afon is a social enterprise that covers construction, community regeneration, support and much more. It was established in March 2008 when Torfaen Council tenants voted for Bron Afon to be their new landlord. Since then it has been bringing their homes up to the Welsh Housing Quality Standard. Its membership has grown to over 1,800 people who have a say in how things are done, making it one of the largest community mutuals and co-operatives in the United Kingdom.
  • National House Building Council
    Established in 1936, NHBC is the UK’s largest provider of new home warranties. Around 80 per cent of new homes built in the UK each year have an NHBC 10-year warranty.
  • Konrad Hornschuch AG
    Under its d-c-fix® brand, Hornschuch manufactures and retails designer and functional synthetic film coverings for consumers. Under its industrial brand skai®, the company manufactures synthetic film coverings and coated substrates for the furniture, automotive and construction industrie
  • Randstad Portugal
    Established 50 years ago, Randstad is the second largest Human Resource company worldwide and the No. 1 in Portugal. The Group operates in 39 countries offering global solutions for market and staff requirements. The solutions they provide include Recruitment and Selection, Temporary Work, Contact Centers, Outsourcing, IT Consulting and Training.
  • Belgacom SA
    The Belgacom Group (Belgacom SA) is the first telecommunications company in Belgium, operating in the Belgian and international markets. As a responsible company, Belgacom wants to be the preferred provider of intuitive end-to-end solutions combining fixed and mobile telecom, IT and media, thereby empowering its customers to master and enrich their professional and private lives in a sustainable way.
  • EnBW
    EnBW, Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, is one of the largest energy companies in Germany and Europe. EnBW generates, trades in, transports and sells energy, and operates in the fields of electricity and gas as well as energy and environmental services.
  • Regierungspräsidium Kassel
    The German federal state of Hesse is split into three administrative regions. The northern-most and largest of these in terms of area is Kassel, covering the area from Hesse’s northern border to the city of Fulda.
  • PwC Germany
    From tax optimization, to liquidity planning and process optimization, right through to stock market flotation: PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) provides advice to consolidated companies and family businesses, industrial and service-based enterprises, global players and local heroes, public authorities, associations and NGOs. In Germany, PwC is the market leader in auditing and consulting services.
  • unilab Systemhaus GmbH
    The unilab group of companies was first established 25 years ago as a cooperation between TU Braunschweig (Brunswick Technical University) and the former Nixdorf Computer GmbH.
  • KONE Oyj
    The costs of global telecommunications are continually increasing. KONE had multiple disparate technologies and service contracts across the world. They wanted to standardize their practices and processes and achieve cost-efficiency through centralizing their procurements and suppliers. They also needed to update their communication tools and improve efficiency through new functionalities. Moreover, KONE wanted to standardize its support, maintenance and order process on a global scale.
  • Gravesham Borough Council
    Each year housing tenancy, benefit and Council Tax fraud such as false entitlement, illegal subletting, lease sell-on and unauthorised succession, cost the UK’s local authorities in excess of £1.3bn. Gravesham is no exception to this and wanted to take action to reduce fraudulent activity.
  • BP Updates to Windows 7 with Fujitsu
    BP is a British multinational oil and gas company headquartered in London. It is the third-largest energy company and fourth-largest company in the world measured by 2011 revenues. The company has a market capitalisation of approximately $232 billion, annual revenues of $284 billion, and profit of over $17.3 billion per annum.
  • Mitchells & Butlers Improves Data Centers and Networks with Fujitsu
    Mitchells & and Butlers is the UK’s leading restaurant and pub operator with 1,600 sites, including well-known brands such as Harvester, Toby Carvery, Browns, O’Neill’s and All Bar One. It employs 38,000 people and has annual sales of close to £2 billion.
  • SIGNALIS GmbH Implements PRIMERY Servers and ETERNUS Storage
    Germany has around 2,300 kilometers (1,430 miles) of coastline along the North and Baltic Seas. The Wasser- und Schifffahrtsverwaltung is a subordinate authority of Germany’s Federal Ministry of Transport, and is responsible for regulating maritime traffic.
  • Microsoft Deutschland GmbH Uses STYLISTIC Q702 to Support Lead Generation
    Microsoft is the world-leading provider of standard software, services and solutions, which help people and businesses of all sectors and sizes to achieve their full potential.
  • Cannizzaro Hospital Adopts Zero Client Solution
    The efficiency of a health facility relies on the correct functioning of the technology that underpins patient services and care. In the case of Cannizzaro Hospital, a regional facility specialising in emergency treatment for all of Sicily, the A&E department has 200 admissions daily and needs operational continuity. This was not always guaranteed by traditional PCs, prone to frequent faults and lengthy repair times.
  • Virgin Media chooses Fujitsu to help to provide Engineering services
    Fujitsu supports Virgin Media in residential and business installations and helps provide engineering services. Fujitsu technicians work in partnership with Virgin Media to deliver an outstanding installation experience to customers in Scotland, Midlands, Northern England and Northern Ireland.
  • GKD Uses ETERNUS CS High End Protection System
    Modernizing the data protection environment, ensuring that the backup window was reduced, management was simplified and that data was available at two different locations.
  • Technical Tax Office Berlin Moves Infrastructure With Fujitsu
    To optimize and transform operations into a new overall concept the entire IT Infrastructure of Technical Tax Office Berlin should be installed at one central location. The project was to transfer the IT infrastructure of Technical Tax Office Berlin from its previous location in Sonnenallee to the ITDZ data center. At the same time, the workplaces of the TFA administration were to move to the Klosterstraße location.
  • DDOR Novi Sad Implements ETERNUS Storage Devices
    Following the consolidation of its server environment, DDOR needed a new storage solution that could integrate more seamlessly with the new virtualized architecture. It also wanted to replace its tape backup system with something more reliable.
  • LAMY Expands Storage Infrastructure
    Lamy had already invested heavily in the development of a virtualized server and client infrastructure, helping it to increase the flexibility of its IT systems while at the same time reducing energy costs and administration requirements. The first step toward greater availability was to mirror the hardware. To supply the processing power required for the double load that would be placed on the respective zero clients, it was sufficient to upgrade the RAM of the existing PRIMERGY servers.
  • Esslingen am Neckar Uses ESPRIMO PCs As Standard
    By 2020, Esslingen aims to reduce CO2 emissions by 25% in the city. Following extensive tests conducted as part of a Europe-wide tendering process, the city chose the ESPRIMO P910 0-Watt from Fujitsu as its standard PC.
  • WOBAU Velbert GmbH Implements Server and Storage Solutions
    Renovation of the data center and client infrastructure due to poor performance and high maintenance and electricity costs. Fujitsu PRIMERGY BX900 Blade Server to consolidate the server hardware, combined with the ETERNUS DX storage system, robust Fujitsu ESPRIMO PCs and an ETERNUS LT Tape Library for backups.
  • Thieme goes mobile with STYLISTIC tablets and ESPRIMO PCs
    Thieme Compliance publishes over 2,000 patient information sheets (PIS) and informed consent forms (ICFs) for diagnostic measures, treatment and interventions in up to 17 languages, which it distributes under the product names Diomed and proCompliance.
  • ZF Friedrichshafen AG Globalizes Client Management
    The mission of ZF Friedrichshafen AG is to manufacture innovative products that improve mobility and contribute to a sustainable future. Every day at 121 production sites around the world, 75,000 employees strive to fulfill this mission in the areas of driveline, chassis, automotive and industrial technologies.
  • Watami International Limited Partners With Fujitsu
    Watami group was established in 1984 with businesses in restaurants, nursing care and catering to the elderly. In order to expand its restaurant business overseas, the group founded Watami International Limited in 2008.
  • COMback GmbH Implements ETERNUS Storage Systems
    COMback GmbH provides highly secure IT services at its CITA (Centre for IT Affairs) data center, which is located in a former nuclear bunker of the Baden Württemberg government in Oberreichenbach (near Stuttgart, Germany).
  • ITEBO GmbH: CommVault Simpana Backup and Archive Solution
    ITEBO GmbH operates as an IT service provider and systems house, mainly supporting local authorities, churches and charitable causes.
  • SNCF (Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer français): Point of Sale Ticketing Solution, Managed Mobile Service, Service Desk and Hardware Support
    SNCF (Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer) is a French National Railway Company which was formed in 1937 by the merging of the regional networks. Today SNCF is an EPIC (Public Establishment for Industrial and Commercial).
  • Helping People Take Control of Flood Risk with Innovative Service
    Five million people, in over two million properties, now live in flood risk areas in England and Wales. However, according to the government’s ‘Foresight Future Flooding’ report climate change will increase the risk of flooding in the UK by 20 times, which will more than double the number of people at a high risk from flooding.
  • Southwark Council: Council Tax Fraud Screening and Data Analytics
    Southwark Council wanted to identify bogus student claimants for council tax exemption, they approached Fujitsu, which had already developed automated processes for identifying fraudulent claims using predictive regression models for HMRC. By modifying the solution, Fujitsu was able to quickly identify 750 potentially fraudulent claims.