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    • Sunnyvale, CA, October 01, 2015
      Fujitsu Perfects Software-Defined Storage for Enterprise Needs
      Fujitsu today introduces the second-generation FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS® CD10000, its hyperscale software-defined storage system. Already the world’s most scalable and capable storage system, the ETERNUS CD10000 S2 now provides even more powerful tools to meet the data handling challenges of the petabyte age.
    • Sunnyvale, CA, September 29, 2015
      Fujitsu Refreshes Mobile and Desktop Portfolio for the Enterprise
      Fujitsu today shows that good things come in small packages, with the introduction of new and refreshed models to its enterprise desktop and mobile portfolio. Featuring workplace design that favors human needs over large and noisy technology requirements, the new models maximize user satisfaction and employee productivity thanks to smaller PC footprint, leading-edge security and the high performance of the 6th Generation Intel® Core™ processor family.



Case Studies

  • St. Andrew’s College
    As an independent school, St. Andrew’s College prides itself on the innovative ways in which it teaches students, using collaborative, activity-based, boy-friendly learning along with cutting-edge technology to engage and inspire. The school has been teaching boys for more than a century and excels in academics, the arts, athletics, and co-curricular programing that is amongst the most varied and comprehensive of any private school in Canada.
  • LIFEBOOK T pays off at Athol Murray College of Notre Dame
    As a private school situated in an isolated village, Notre Dame strives to ensure it offers the best educational experience in order to attract students. One of its key strengths is its outstanding athletics program, which produces regular NHL players and college scholarships. However, recently it decided that technology was one area in which it could lead the field on the prairies.
  • Business Technology Career Opportunities (BTCO)
    Over the years, BTCO has seen its technology needs change in response to customer demands. With early customers such as the Census Bureau and its Census 2000 Image Archiving project, BTCO took information and converted it to microfi che. Today the process is reversed, as the company works annually with tens of millions of paper pages and aging microfi che fi les, turning them into digitized documents, indexed with data entry so that its customers can store, search through, and access information faster and more effi ciently than with hard-copy documents.
  • William Breman Museum in Atlanta
    Jeremy Katz, director of the Cuba Family Archives for Southern Jewish History—the formal name for the museum’s extensive archive collection—says gathering and preserving historical documents and other items from Jewish families in the South is essential to providing a rich portrayal of Jewish history and activities in the region.
  • Paul VI Catholic School Provides Fujitsu LIFEBOOK Laptops
    Paul VI Catholic High School, established in 1983, is one of four secondary schools in the Arlington Diocesan school system of Virginia. From an original enrolment of 350 students, it has grown to a current capacity of 1,000 young men and women who seek the well-rounded educational experience that it offers.