Fujitsu at CeBIT 2014
- Mobile devices: Fujitsu presents highly secure notebooks and workstations, including the world's thinnest 14-inch business notebook LIFEBOOK U904 with integrated palm vein scanner
- Mobile Device Management: Fujitsu offers a compliance-ready solution for Bring Your Own Device with customizable safety concepts
- ‘Datability’: Fujitsu showcases concepts, servers and storage systems for Big Data
Also at CeBIT, Fujitsu will demonstrate how new mobile devices allow safer working thanks to the integration of Fujitsu PalmSecure palm vein scanning technology, and smart card authentication into new mobile devices including the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK U904, the world’s thinnest 14- inch business Ultrabook, the CELSIUS H730 mobile workstation and the STYLISTIC Q704 tablet PC. These premium class, lightweight devices are all suitable for the demands of business users, since they offer not only convenience but also security. Fujitsu’s device showcase is completed by application scenarios and best-practice solutions for both fixed and mobile palm vein scanning for biometric authentication, for example as a password replacement, or to gain entry to a building.
Also new in the workplace portfolio are all-in-one X-line PCs with integrated features that fully support Unified Communications and Collaboration (UC&C) environments. The new Fujitsu ESPRIMO X923 and ESPRIMO X923-T models come with features such as Low Power Active Mode and user Busy Light that help take desk-based unified communications and collaboration to the next level.
For secure mobile device management and adherence to corporate compliance regulations, Fujitsu offers Managed Mobile, a solution to manage a heterogeneous pool of mobile devices. Providing a solution for the headache of managing employee-owned mobile devices, role-based administration allows secure mobile access to data, applications and communication channels. Prior to roll-out the Managed Mobile solution is customized to meet the exact needs and policies of the organization, and is supported by Managed Services, delivered eith on-premise or via the cloud.
Also at CeBIT, Fujitsu will present a secure runtime environment that utilizes end-to-end encryption at the application level. Combined with higher bitrates for encryption, this allows secure, centrally-managed high-performance connectivity for individual users and devices in specific workflows and applications, plus the secure connection of employee-owned devices for companies with a Bring Your Own Device policy.
Addressing this year’s CeBIT theme of Datability, Fujitsu presents services, solutions and products that help to manage ever-increasing amounts of data. The versatile Fujitsu ETERNUS DX S3 disk storage systems allocate memory capacity according to changing customer requirements to achieve new industry-best levels of system utilization, of up to 90 per cent. A new super-fast ETERNUS model is also introduced: the ETERNUS DX200 All Flash Edition with 24 installed Solid State Disks and a total online storage capacity of 9.6TB. The system is ideally suited to in-memory applications like databases, SAP HANA deployments and for backing up applications that run in real-time.Fujitsu will also present the jointly developed reference architecture vShape, based on Fujitsu PRIMERGY server technology, NetApp FAS storage, network components from Brocade and virtualization software from VMware and Microsoft. vShape is the first Converged IT Infrastructure based on clustered NetApp Data ONTAP, the industry's most innovative storage operating system.
As a certified SAP HANA partner, Fujitsu’s showcase at CeBIT will also discuss the challenges presented by Big Data projects and share its experience from more than 300 SAP HANA implementations. For a quick and easy entry into In-Memory data management, the Fujitsu Power Appliances for SAP HANA are designed for implementing in-memory databases (IMDB), as well as the Fujitsu Interstage Terracotta BigMemory server for in-memory data management that enables the use of enormous amounts of data from field locations in real time, incorporating Terracotta BigMemory from the Software AG subsidiary. In the SAP HANA Showroom on the SAP booth in Hall 4, Fujitsu showcases SAP HANA usage scenarios, best practices, and cloud services as well as concepts for comprehensive real-time data platforms based on SAP HANA, Sybase ASE, Sybase IQ and Hadoop. Industry-specific solutions – including those for Retail and Mobility will also be presented.
Also shown at CeBIT is the FUJITSU Cloud Integration Platform, targeted at organizations that are looking to extend their on-premise systems into the cloud to gain a greater degree of flexibility but also want to ensure the uniform management of cloud and non-cloud services. The FUJITSU Cloud Integration Platform provides a single console to control the integration, deployment and management of all cloud services and traditional ICT systems.
David Concordel, Senior Vice President Global Retail, International Business, Fujitsu
“Self-checkout is an important part of the Point of Service mix, particularly for mass merchandisers. The U-Scan Genesis II solution enables retail establishments to stay ahead of the competition and maximize their return on investment, while exceeding customer expectations. By listening to our customers and building technology to address their needs, Fujitsu continues to expand our footprint in the industry with self-checkout solutions and services that support retailers’ performance objectives and their commitment to customers.”
Fujitsu is a leading provider of information and communication technology (ICT) -based business solutions for the global marketplace. With approximately 170,000 employees supporting customers in over 100 countries, Fujitsu combines a worldwide corps of systems and services experts with highly reliable computing and communications products and advanced microelectronics to deliver added value to customers. Headquartered in Tokyo, Fujitsu Limited (TSE:6702) reported consolidated revenues of 4.5 trillion yen (US$55 billion) for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2011. For more information, please see: www.fujitsu.com
Date: 10 March, 2014