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Mission Critical IA Server PRIMEQUEST Case Studies


SICOOB Case Study

SICOOB (Brazil)
Fujitsu PRIMEQUEST server was implemented into the data center to improve processing with fewer servers and facilitate consolidation and virtualization across the new platform..

YONSEI UNIVERSITY Gangnam Severance Hospital (Korea)
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2 enabled high performance OCS/EMR system One-stop Solution for ‘Data Overload’ and ‘Downtime’ through replacing OCS/EMR DB Server.


PRIMEQUEST 1000 series

Board of Education of Nara City (Japan)
The Board of Education of Nara City, is leveraging PRIMEQUEST`s virtualization and partitioning ability to provide a reliable and scalable platform for the future.
Méditel (Morocco)
Méditel, the second largest mobile telecommunications provider in Morocco decided to upgrade its ICT platform and vastly increase its processing capacity. With a complete solution by Fujitsu, the telecommunications provider can accommodate growth as well as launch new services and extended system features in the future.
Baoji High-tech Development Zone People’s Hospital (China)
Establishing a major 1200 bed hospital requires a lot of specialist expertise. Ensuring the hospital performs beyond expectations takes something more ? Full service-oriented infrastructure systems designed to scale and not to fail.
Anthony Marano Company (United States)
Chicago’s Largest Independent Food Distributor Updates their PRIMEQUEST Servers to Retain their Established Fujitsu Reliability and Availability
Ziarre Limited (Hong Kong)
The global expertise and professionalism of the Fujitsu consulting team, together with the mission-critical system offered by PRIMEQUEST 1800E have made Fujitsu our choice for offering cloud-computing solutions for SMEs in Hong Kong

Other models

Daiwa Next Bank (Japan)
Fujitsu Builds Linux-based Core Banking System for Daiwa Next Bank Highly-reliable Internet banking system with seamless interface between banking and securities systems
The Banshu Shinkin Bank (JAPAN)
The Banshu Shinkin Bank, underpinning the drafting of its management strategies for competitive advantage, chose a Fujitsu mission critical PRIMEQUEST 540 server. The exceptional reliability and expansion capability ensured stability that guaranteed highest levels of customer service, processing power, and availability.
To ensure timely analysis and planning, with their combined SAP BW data warehouse solution, DAIICHI SANKYO use a Fujitsu PRIMEQUEST 580 mission critical IA server. Providing essential high speed data processing and reliability, it handles the major growth in data from their newly consolidated business.
Fujitsu (Japan)
Fujitsu consolidated three different indirect materials purchasing systems onto PRIMEQUEST and commenced new operations in June, 2006. The resulting system manages the acquisition of office supplies, ICT equipment and facilities management.
Fulton County, Georgia (USA)
Fulton County, Georgia, optimized their taxpayer's dollars by taking a unique approach to server-consolidation. Based on Fujitsu PRIMEQUEST and PRIMERGY blade servers and Initiated as their email server "Statue of Liberty" initiative they achieved 8 to 1 server savings, 25% labor savings and an 89% improvement in server deployment.
KDN (Germany)
With member IT providers committed to using best-in-class IT, KDN based their solution on innovative PRIMEQUEST system architecture and high-performance 64-bit Intel® Itanium® Processors. The advantage to KDN was they could make optimal use of their operational experience and expertise and offer customers exceptional cost-efficient operation by deploying LinuxR across their entire 3-tier SAP IT landscape.
Konica Minolta (Manufacturing: Server consolidation, SAP, Windows)
Konica Minolta (Japan) was operating mission-critical systems for their logistics and data warehouse systems using SAP applications in a 32 bit Windows environment. They took the decision to introduce PRIMEQUEST on the termination of support for the previous software and peripheral items. The new system started operation in July, 2006 achieving 2-5 times better performance compared to the legacy system.
Kyushu University (JAPAN)
The Research Institute for Information Technology of Kyushu University, one of seven in Japan providing calculation resources and a range of supercomputer system support, has solved growing demands on supercomputing resources with PRIMEQUEST's high scalability and better cost performance.
Nagoya University Hospital (Japan)
Nagoya University Hospital, a core medical facility in central Japan, sought to improve the quality of their medical care. A mission critical open server, PRIMEQUEST 580, was chosen to consolidate their electronic records systems, previously operated on 8 separate industry standard servers.
NIKKEN GAKUIN/KENCHIKU SHIRYO KENKYUSHA CO., LTD set about reforming their total system in May 2007. To centralize and consolidate the management of their country-wide student and sales information database, they chose an Intel® Itanium® Processor based Fujitsu PRIMEQUEST 520, with its outstanding reliability characteristics, as their database server. Company-wide system operational stability was further enhanced by standardising on Fujitsu storage and management tools. The result is a solid management foundation.
Paik Hospital (Korea)
PRMQST/documents/casestudy/cs-pq-kr-paikhospital.pdf Integrated Fujitsu platforms, including the central PRIMEQUEST database server, at Paik Hospital, made it easy to manage and maintain the new EMR, PACS and OCS systems, as well as reduce hospital lead times.
Portugal Telecom (Portugal)
Fujitsu and Portugal Telecom are partners in the provision of global services for Next Generation Intelligent Networks both in Portugal and other countries where Portugal Telecom operates.
Shibaura Institute of Technology (Education: Server consolidation, Windows)
Shibaura Institute of Technology (Japan) planned its migration to an Intel® Itanium® server to coincide with relocation from its Shibaura campus to a new campus in Toyosu. An earlier migration, from mainframe to open system (Solaris/Windows) had already been completed, but further cost reductions were still being sought.
Shiga bank (Japan)
Shiga bank is planning to replace their existing mission critical systems before Jan. 2008. Their Information system, which is one component of their entire system, is configured using a mainframe and UNIX server.
Sungae Hospital (Medical: Server consolidation, Windows)
Sungae Hospital (Korea) is a mid-tier hospital with approximately 1,100 beds. They are actively investing in IT for their comprehensive medical information system (OCS) and medical graphics database (PACS).
TKC (Japan)
TKC set out a plan to reconfigure their mission critical systems. Key points were the consolidation of application development, execution using Microsoft .NET Framework and enabling full 24hour/365day support of their customer's business.
Toray Engineering
This case study analyses Toray Engineering's experience with Fujitsu. By introducing a PRIMEQUEST 520 and 580 server based system, Toray Engineering successfully halved their SAP processing times.
Tsu Municipal Government (Japan)
Tsu Municipal Government introduced a PRIMEQUEST mission critical open server to secure stability for their essential consolidated database. They also have plans to enhance and modernize their IT procurement and speed-up administrative services.
Yongdong Severance Hospital
When Yongdong Severance hospital decided to move their key systems from HP Windows servers to Fujitsu PRIMEQUEST there was a lot of anxiety. While their concerns were understandable, transition was swift, the performance was swifter and after 13 months of operation there was not a single problem.
Vivo (Brazil)
Having more than 80% of your customer base as prepaid mobile phone users makes downtime a very bad option. So when Vivo (Brazil) went looking for platforms for their Next Generation Intelligent Network they adopted a PRIMEQUEST server solution to best increase and ensure their service availability and flexibility.
Kyushu University (JAPAN)
The Research Institute for Information Technology of Kyushu University, one of seven in Japan providing calculation resources and a range of supercomputer system support, has solved growing demands on supercomputing resources with PRIMEQUEST's high scalability and better cost performance.

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