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    • Luxembourg, September 01, 2015
      Fujitsu helps Mid-Market and Major Enterprises to Reduce Backup and Archiving Costs
      Fujitsu today announces further technology enhancements that underline why many customers consider the FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS CS8000 appliance to be the first choice for data backup, archiving and consolidation of data protection environments.
    • Luxembourg, August 27, 2015
      Fujitsu Positioned ‘Highest in Execution’ for End-User Outsourcing Services, Europe
      Fujitsu has once again been positioned by Gartner, Inc. as a ‘leader’ in its latest Gartner Magic Quadrant: End-User Outsourcing Services, Europe1. This is the third consecutive year that Fujitsu has been recognized as a ‘leader’ in this annual study. Furthermore, in the 2015 edition of the report, Fujitsu is positioned the highest for ‘ability to execute’ for the second year running, and has improved its position for ‘completeness of vision’.
    • Luxembourg, August 17, 2015
      Fujitsu Again Recognized As A Leader in 2015 Magic Quadrant for Data Center Outsourcing and Infrastructure Utility Services, Europe
      Fujitsu is recognized as a leader in the Magic Quadrant for Data Center Outsourcing (DCO) and Infrastructure Utility Services (IUS), Europe for the third successive year, according to Gartner research published on July 13, 2015.
    • Luxembourg, July 23, 2015
      Fujitsu PRIMERGY Server Liquid Cooling Halves Cooling Costs
      Fujitsu today extends its high-performing, reliable and energy-efficient server solutions for large scale-out environments including High Performance Computing (HPC), with the introduction of the award-winning1 Cool-Central Liquid Cooling Solution that reduces cooling costs by up to 50 percent. In a world of rising energy costs and higher rack densities, Fujitsu’s new solution enables data center managers to minimize their power bills, not to mention better comply with stringent requirements or observe guidelines on energy efficiency. The typical data center today uses up to 40 percent of its power for cooling, and reducing power consumption is essential to achieving lower data center operating costs.