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Jurasz Hospital Installs Fujitsu PRIMERGY Servers and ETERNUS Storage

"Thanks to Fujitsu, we don’t need to focus on firefighting individual servers. Everything can be controlled from one single, unified dashboard while issues are highlighted early and can be simply located and resolved"

Maciej Pieczka, IT Manager, Jurasz Hospital

The customer

Established in 1937, the Dr Anthony Jurasz University Hospital in Bydgoszcz is the largest public health service in the Kujawsko-Pomorskie region of Poland, treating over 40,000 inpatients and more than 200,000 outpatients every year. In addition to highly specialized medical procedures, its task as a university hospital involves training postgraduate medical staff, as well as scientific and research activity. The hospital has 25 clinics and departments, 8 plants, a Specialist Clinic team and employs over 2,500 people.

The challenge

The hospital wanted to integrate over 20 separate, independent IT systems in order to make management easier, manage costs, reduce power consumption and improve disaster recovery.

The solution

The company partnered with Fujitsu to create two fiber-connected server rooms each equipped with PRIMERGY blade servers and ETERNUS storage, hosting up to 40 Hyper-V virtual machines. These in turn host business critical applications, including patient records, ERP and Business Intelligence.

The benefit

  • One unified central control panel makes managing the system simple and transparent, saving time for the IT team
  • Increased reliability has reduced the amount of downtime dramatically, making users more productive
  • Energy consumption has been reduced because all the components draw power from the integrated blade system
  • Issues are alerted early and quickly solved without disrupting the business

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