Since its foundation in 2004, KFMC has relied on a traditional client-server model for its user devices. Over 1,000 fully-featured PCs were spread across the facility for use by doctors, nurses and administration. However, there were numerous risks and costs attached to managing and maintaining this estate.
HPMC had a traditional physical server infrastructure which was energy-intensive and took up lots of space. When this hardware approached end-of-life, the company decided to modernize its approach to IT and introduce a virtualized environment.
The college joined Fujitsu’s Education Ambassador programme and together they designed an Innovation Hub centred on a Fujitsu vShape platform, which provides server, storage and virtualisation in one single box.
Satit CU is participating in the Fujitsu ‘Learning Project of Tomorrow’ where tablets and education applications are utilized for effective learning. In the project, eight subjects are taught and one learning development activity is also performed.
After performing an extensive evaluation of the systems available on the market, Grundeigentümer-Versicherung opted for the ETERNUS CS200c backup appliance from Fujitsu. This was mainly due to the high degree of integration in the system, which combines hardware and software.
In the past, Nakilat operated multiple servers with six storage devices dispersed across its three main lines of business. The organization had an interest in implementing a consolidated IT environment that would unify the company, reduce operational demands and make Nakilat SAP HANA® equipped.
With the prospect of separation from its parent company, as mandated by the German government, DEPFA needed to build its own IT operating platform from scratch, covering all infrastructure aspects, data centre, telephony, networks and application support and development functions to support banking applications for trading and payments.
Fashion’s Park relied on an aging UnixWare platform that was not compatible with new technology and EPOS systems. It wanted to find a modern retail software solution that would increase store efficiency, improve the customer experience and enable future growth.
Pinsent Masons wanted to validate its mobile strategy to inform procurement of new secure mobile devices. The new mobile solutions would enable business processes to be mobilised by providing secure access to systems on the move and meet the diverse operational needs of a global business.
Government ICT Centre Valtori is a service center operating under the administrative authority of the Ministry of Finance, Finland. Valtori aims to provide competitive, high quality, ecological, data secure and sector-independent ICT services for central government administration.
King Abdulaziz (KAU) is the largest university in Saudi Arabia with more than 140,000 students and 6,000 faculty staff. It is a technology role model for more than 15 universities in the Kingdom and offers consultancy services for other segments in the region. KAU aims to become a leader in developing standards of assessment for student performance as well as high-quality research and development programs.
The main applications of Fujitsu graphics workstations are the tasks carried out by the Department of Digitization and the Knowledge Repository. The department uses equipment owned by the Center of Knowledge and Information Science and Technology at the Technical University of Wrocław in projects related to the development of digital 3D scans, imaging mainly spatial objects, as well as for processing raster graphics.
Terveystalo is the largest healthcare service company in Finland. It offers versatile healthcare, occupational healthcare, medical and examination services in nearly 150 clinics around Finland. Its customers include private individuals, companies and communities, insurance companies and the public sector.
Tampere is the third largest city in Finland and the largest inland center in the Nordic countries. Currently there are close to half a million inhabitants in Tampere and its neighboring municipalities. Tampere is located 100 miles north from Helsinki, the capital of Finland, and is one of the three most rapidly developing regions in the country. The city is a center of leading-edge technology, research, education, culture, sports and business.
ELBIT specializes in the creation of gigapanoramas – images consisting of billions of pixels, which, thanks to being able to zoom in very close, are ideal for presenting vast scenic panoramas of cities and landscapes. The creation of these images requires the powerful computing power of computers equipped with the most powerful processors, lots of RAM and with huge disk spaces for data storage.
Hyundai has five design centers worldwide. The German development center recently installed a PRIMEFLEX for HPC cluster solution from Fujitsu to improve its competitive position. This involved converting its workstation environment into a cluster environment, a move that would enable the company to fully utilize the features of its Autodesk VRED ray tracing software.
Surya Citra Televisi (SCTV) is one of the earliest media companies to focus on delivering digital content. Its continually growing library generates the need for high capacity and scalable storage.As every department needs to access content daily, they needed to minimize working hours in order to share the network.
Reitan Convenience currently has 2,450 stores and 17,000 employees in seven countries, offering products and services to customers when and where they want them. It is the second largest convenience company in Europe, and leads the market in all the countries in which it has a presence. In Sweden, it operates over 500 stores under brands including 7-Eleven, Shell/7-Eleven and Pressbyran, with a franchisee salesforce of around 3,500.
Whether it be preserving a young child’s first painting or valuable A-level coursework, quality scanners like the ScanSnap SV600 could well set the pattern for document management in art rooms for years to come.
AMP Financial Services New Zealand (AMP) is a wealth management company that provides quality financial advice to its customers through a broad range of products including financial planning, investments and superannuation. With approximately 693,000 customers in New Zealand, AMP is New Zealand’s largest provider of workplace savings schemes and is a default KiwiSaver provider.
Fujitsu vShape is a flexible, scalable solution that combines all aspects of a virtual environment, based on optimised technologies and best practice solutions, with simple implementation and operation. This enables the CRFCA to benefit from validated reference architectures by having a more streamlined, reduced risk experience.
Working with IT partner AAG Systems, the hospice deployed Fujitsu vShape, which combines every necessary component, including servers, storage and switches, in a single, out-of-the-box, virtualised solution.
The First Citizens Group is one of the leading financial services groups in Trinidad & Tobago, offering a full range of retail, corporate and merchant banking services as well as asset management, trustee and brokerage services. IT migrated 20 applications to the Fujitsu Cloud platform, hosted in its Tier 3 data center in Barataria. This delivers optimal uptime, secure performance and allows First Citizens to quickly provision new services.
MTI wanted to refresh its communications infrastructure to encourage mobile working and a paperless environment. To do so, it needed to find a way to improve call extension efficiency using smartphones.
Fujitsu provides Consistent End User Services, Managed Mobile and Service Desk for all of Sharp’s locations in Europe with central and standardized client management and a multilingual service desk as a single point of contact.
EasyCard decided to transfer its system from UNIX to LINUX to improve its system performance. Fujitsu provided new generation multi-processor PRIMERGY RX4770M1 servers using Intel® Xeon® processor E7 v2 family to improve performance efficiency.
The company has been working with Fujitsu, its trusted IT partner, for over 20 years to implement three new checkout concepts: “Rapid Auchan” (Fujitsu Scan Express), “Caisse Minute” (Fujitsu Mini-SCO & U-Scan Genesis) and “Chariot Express” (Fujitsu’s U-Reverse solution), which allows customers to scan their own purchases and pay for them independently.
Material handling such as storing, transferring and sorting materials is essential in business settings. Daifuku is the world’s leading material handling equipment manufacturer providing solutions for manufacturing, distribution, cleanroom, automotive, aviation and other industries.
Faced with an unreliable data center whose lease had nearly expired, First Citizens Bank Investment Services wanted to find a new platform to support its business critical banking applications. It needed a partner with both the IT expertise and the project management capability to handle the task.
FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY RX200 S7 was selected for the Datacenter Energy Management System (DEMS) as its Power Control Unit functionality to improve the energy efficiency via a HVDC (High Voltage Direct Current) +12V power supply and reduce overall TCO.
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
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.
Autodesk was looking for a solution that would allow it to further expand its software development capabilities and create an internal demo center.The company wanted to focus on adjusting the hardware to suit the powerful software so that it could test rendering processes under fully realistic light conditions.
Tianping Insurance’s IT system runs various core applications which can have a direct impact on its business performance. It needed to engage a reliable vendor that supports a full range of infrastructure product solutions.
Following a comprehensive tender process, JPS asked Fujitsu to create an Infrastructure as a Service solution with servers and storage hosted in two separate locations on the island. The deployment and configuration took just ten weeks.
Pea Soup was founded in 2014 by two enterprise computing veterans who believed they could revolutionise Cloud Computing. It aims to simplify Cloud provisioning in order to more easily deliver computing solutions to its customers.
CPY has enjoyed robust growth in recent years, resulting in increased demand on its ICT infrastructure. Thus, a new IT office was needed to facilitate CPY’s growth. However, the new ICT equipment required additional space.
The Federal Employment Agency (Bundesagentur für Arbeit, BA) is the largest service provider in the German job market. As a self-governing public body, it acts independently within the relevant legal frameworks. The BA provides a wide range of services to both citizens and companies and institutions in the employment and education markets.
UWI turned to long term partner Fujitsu to design and build a 700 seat contact center. Fujitsu managed multiple hardware and software vendors as well as cabling to create the new business from the ground up.
Due to increased demand on the availability of its IT system and high growth in its database volumes, MTU Maintenance wanted to replace an existing server room at its site in Hanover. The Fujitsu Modular Data Center turnkey security solution offers excellent flexibility whilst maintaining the highest possible security standards for the building services within the container at an attractive price.
KIND needed to accelerate their business intelligence (BI) system, FUJITSU and the SELECT Expert Partner, Bechtle AG, were able to set themselves apart from the other providers with their excellent price-performance ratio.
Heathrow Airport invested £2.5bn in a comprehensive rebuilding of its second terminal. It needed a partner that could deliver a high-speed, robust and flexible network that would underpin all of the new terminal’s critical operations.
Hiscox is a leading specialist insurer headquartered in Bermuda, with roots dating back to 1901. It specialises in specific types of insurance, often focusing on areas other insurers find too complex to handle.
The terminal’s previous Cargo Movement Operating System (CMOS) was unable to handle business growth and therefore Da Chan Bay decided to upgrade to the world leading NAVIS N4 terminal operating system. However as their existing IT infrastructure lacked the performance required to support the new system, it too needed to be upgraded.