Fujitsu Develops Technology to Predict Biochemical Reactions, Clarifying the Mechanisms of Genetic Disorders Dublin, Ireland, October 31 2018 - Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd., the Insight Centre for Data Analytics (*1), a data analytics research institution based in Ireland, and Fujitsu (Ireland) Limited today announced the development of a technology that makes it possible to predict large volumes of unknown chemical reactions, about twice as many as the conventional procedure.
IoT Projects Expected to Deliver Payback in Less Than Three Years, Says New Fujitsu Survey Dublin, Ireland, October 10 2018 - According to a new Fujitsu survey1 published today, Internet of Things (IoT) technology has reached early mainstream, with business and IT leaders expecting tangible results in three years or less – signaling that the days of simply experimenting with IoT projects are now consigned to the past.
Fujitsu Opens Connected Retail Experience Centre in Dublin Dublin, Ireland, September 27 2018 - Fujitsu today announces the opening of a Connected Retail Experience Center in Dublin, Ireland. The centre is focused on enabling retail and hospitality customers to increase in-store productivity, improve customer experiences and expand customer bases, while reducing costs. A live showcase of 13 innovative technologies invites retailers and hospitality providers to explore ways of staying ahead of the competition by exploring future possibilities for brick-and-mortar stores.
Fujitsu Ireland have taken the pledge - for a Low Carbon Economy Dublin, Ireland, May 18 2018 - Responsible Business is embedded in our DNA at Fujitsu and we are thrilled to announce that Fujitsu Ireland have joined The Leaders’ Group on Sustainability, a business coalition dedicated to addressing the most pressing sustainability priorities as well as identifying future opportunities for Ireland
Technology plays a leading role for Irish Business Leaders Dublin, Ireland, March 8 2018 - Business leaders across Ireland are firm believers in the power of technology and the important role it plays, not only in supporting their own business needs, but in overcoming the wider socioeconomic issues they face. According to research - Technology in a Transforming Ireland - of Irish business leaders commissioned by Fujitsu, nearly 6-in-10 (59 percent) say that advances in technology will enable them to overcome many of the socioeconomic issues they face today, including global economic uncertainty and political turbulence.
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