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UPM Moves to Fujitsu Infrastructure

The customer

Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) was established in 1931 as the School of Agriculture. The school was located on a 220 acre property in Serdang, and offered two programs; a three year diploma, and a one-year certificate course in Agriculture. In 1947, the school was renamed the College of Agriculture Malaya by the then Governor of the Malayan Union. The establishment of Universiti Pertanian Malaysia came about when the College of Agriculture in Serdang merged with the Faculty of Agriculture, Universiti of Malaya.

The challenge

  • Need for flexible, secure and reliable access to accounting services
  • Migrate off unreliable legacy system
  • Reduce operational costs including maintenance
  • Implement high performance and highly reliably mission critical infrastructure

The solution

  • Migrate SAGA database to a comprehensive Fujitsu infrastructure solution
  • Efficient and streamlined system operation
  • WinTel (windows and Intel) based servers

The benefit

  • Reinforce reliability of mission critical infrastructure
  • Improve efficiency and cost performance of servers
  • Expand staff and student access to accounting systems
  • Increase security of confidential data
  • Reduce operational and maintenance costs

Products and Services

  • Fujitsu server PRIMERGY CX400S2x1
  • Fujitsu server PRIMERGY CX250S2x3
  • Fujitsu server PRIMERGY BX900S2x3, BX920S3x25
  • Fujitsu Mission Critical Server PRIMEQUEST 1800E2x3


Download the full UPM case study (149 KB/A4, 2 pages)