The City of Veenendaal replaces its aging storage system with two FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS AF250 devices, delivering improved performance, disaster recovery and scalability.
Sultan Qaboos University Hospital is committed to provide teaching, research and patient-centred care in an environment that supports continuous improvements. It employs approximately 2,258 medical professionals and treated more than 380,000 patients in 2011. The Challenge: Transformation of the platform running core medical software and services, using virtualization to enhance management, performance and efficiency of the hospital datacenter. This ultimately led to a measurable improvement in doctor efficiency and patient satisfaction. The Solution: The existing fragmented IT environment was replaced with new hardware and a 50-strong virtual server fleet. The environment is managed centrally, enabling administrators to respond faster to user requests and ensure system downtime is kept to a minimum.
The Fujitsu Enterprise Service Catalog Manager enables the University of Wismar to digitally transform the teaching process.
RBS has worked with Fujitsu in various capacities for over 14 years. What began as a tactical break/fix service has, over the years, evolved into a more strategic partnership. As the company recently embarked on a digital transformation programme focused on workplace enablement, its relationship with Fujitsu has deepened further yet.
Rhine-Sieg Public Transport Company (RSVG) services 62 bus lines in the Rhine-Sieg District/Bonn (North Rhine-Wesfalia) region. Fujitsu's challenge was the creation of a high performance and robust IT infrastructure as the basis for a new control center and an intermodal transport control system (ITCS). The Solution comprise PRIMERGY RX300 S6 servers combined with an EXTERNUS DX80 storage system and CELSIUS work stations.
The ZID ensures the high availability of its business-critical data with ETERNUS CS800 data protection appliances in three separate data centers.
The University of Bonn bears the name of Prussia’s King Friedrich Wilhelm III., who founded this famous institution of higher learning in 1818. Today, it is one of Germany’s great universities, one that produced two Nobel laureates: Wolfgang Paul and Reinhard Selten.
Bron Afon is a social enterprise that covers construction, community regeneration, support and much more. It was established in March 2008 when Torfaen Council tenants voted for Bron Afon to be their new landlord. Since then it has been bringing their homes up to the Welsh Housing Quality Standard. Its membership has grown to over 1,800 people who have a say in how things are done, making it one of the largest community mutuals and co-operatives in the United Kingdom.
“Vienna, now or never” – in 2011 alone, more than 5.2 million people followed this slogan and discovered the heritage, culture and excitement that distinguish Austria’s capital city on the Danube. Vienna is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. And the Vienna Tourist Board (WienTourismus) makes every effort to ensure that the city maintains its international reputation as an attractive and cosmopolitan metropolis. The Vienna Tourist Board is the official tourism agency for Austria’s capital. Based on a convincing proof of concept, Fujitsu showed the customer how desktop virtualization would be the ideal solution to optimize IT administration and user operations. The core of the solution is built around the leading server virtualization technology: Fujitsu PRIMERGY industry-standard servers and VMware vSphere. This gives the customer a stable, high-performance environment for running virtual desktops with maximum efficiency and resource utilization. The personalized virtual desktops running on the server platform are provisioned with VMware View, and users access them via their new Fujitsu Zero Clients.
internezzo ag was looking for an easy-to-manage IT environment to host several hundred of its customers‘ websites. Its main priority was to obtain the highest degree of fail-safe protection and flexibility.
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