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Fujitsu at Oracle OpenWorld 2014

Fujitsu at Oracle OpenWorld 2014

Fujitsu at Oracle OpenWorld 2014 Overview

Event: Oracle OpenWorld 2014
Location: Moscone Center, San Francisco, California, United States
Date: September 28 – October 2, 2014
URL: http://www.oracle.com/openworld

Fujitsu Highlights Oracle OpenWorld 2014!

Fujitsu at Oracle OpenWorld 2014

We look forward to the opportunity to meet with you and demonstrate our innovative technology, especially the Fujitsu M10 server, and much more. Visit us at Moscone South #1201 to see how Fujitsu solutions help customers deliver value for business and society. Big Data, Cloud and Engineered solutions featuring the Fujitsu M10 server are on display. Don't forget the daily drawing!

Fujitsu Executive Solution Session: The Best Cloud Platform that also supports Oracle Database In-Memory

Location: Lam Research Theater at YBCA
Date: Monday, September 29, 10:15 a.m.–11:00 a.m.
URL: https://www.oracle.com/openworld/executive-solution-sessions/index.html


Are you considering a Private Cloud due to worries about Public Cloud Security? Are you also concerned about database capability, cost/performance, data integrity, reliability, scalability and compatibility in a Cloud? Fujitsu has been working together with Oracle, adding In-Memory Database capabilities and Solaris 11.2 with full OpenStack support to the successful "Fujitsu M10" server line. 

Join this session to learn how the Fujitsu M10 server line with Oracle software provides the best solution for users with highly critical and demanding computing needs.


Goro Watanabe Executive Vice President  Fujitsu R&D Center North America

Speaker:
Goro Watanabe
Executive Vice President
Fujitsu R&D Center North America

Goro is responsible for developing new technologies and partner technology alliances. His leadership in international alliances, strong sense of business and profitability, plus decades of ICT and processor engineering, inspired the creation in the late 1990's of a Silicon Valley team to work closely with Sun Microsystems. Relocated with his family to Cupertino, he went on to develop the Solaris OS for Fujitsu’s PRIMEPOWER, the world’s fastest server of its time. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and a Masters in Computer Engineering from University of Tokyo.

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