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Taiwanese university partners with Fujitsu to shore up big data skills

Dr. Hwung-Hweng Hwung, president of NCKU, and Ikegami Ichirou, president and chief executive officer of Fujitsu Taiwan signing the MOU in 
Tainan, Taiwan

National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) in southern Taiwan has signed a memorandum of understanding with Japanese technology provider Futjistu in a move that will see the two organisations work together to build out a big data analytics platform and nurture big data skills in academia.

Alcatel, Fujitsu join AT&T’s cloud-focused network architecture effort

AT&T is rearchitecting its network for the cloud age

Alcatel-Lucent and the networking communications arm of Fujitsu have joined AT&T’s ‘User-Defined Network Cloud’ programme, the telco’s bid to rearchitect its core network in a move that will make it more elastic, scalable, and capable of handling massive volumes of IP-based traffic.

Fujitsu announces $2bn cloud offensive

Fujitsu has announced it will invest billions over the next three in cloud computing

Technology vendor Fujitsu has announced major new initiatives aimed at accelerating its capture of market share in cloud computing. The company said it plans to spend more than ¥200bn (US $2bn) over the next 3 years in a bid to bolster its market position amidst IT incumbents.

Midokura partners with Fujitsu on OpenStack-based NFV

Fujitsu and Midokura are partnering on OpenStack-based NFV solutions

Network virtualisation vendor Midokura announced a partnership with Fujitsu that will see both companies integrate Midokura’s MidoNet network virtualization software with Fujitsu’s private cloud platform software, which is based on OpenStack.

AWS, Salesforce, IBM leading cloud, research firm says

research published Wednesday by Synergy sheds light on the leaders and laggards in cloud in terms of market share as of Q4 2013, with Amazon, Salesforce and IBM coming out on top

On the heels of Google’s aggressive cloud services price cuts, research published Wednesday by Synergy sheds light on the leaders and laggards in cloud in the fourth quarter 2013, with Amazon, Salesforce and IBM coming out on top in the SaaS, IaaS and PaaS segments.

Trust in data storage security hits ten-year low

Consumer confidence in companies' ability to safeguard their data has hit a ten-year low

A report published today by Fujistu suggests that trust in businesses to keep customer data secure has hit a ten-year low, with less than ten per cent of consumers claiming they have faith in organisations to protect their data.

Telecity builds vendor neutral cloud services hub


European builder of carrier-neutral datacentres, TelecityGroup, on Monday unveiled a “cloud neutral” hub platform designed to enable users to execute private, hybrid and public cloud deployments through direct connections with cloud and IT service providers.

Fujitsu brings cloud to animal hospitals

Dog at vet

Fujitsu and Anicom, a Japanese provider of pet insurance, announced a collaboration Wednesday that will see the two companies partner to deliver cloud-based services to support veterinary practices and animal hospitals.

Fujitsu aims to simplify cloud deployment on physical servers

Fujitsu's new technology will help companies spin up physical servers with comparable speeds to virtual IaaS

Fujitsu Laboratories on Friday claimed to be in the midst of developing a platform technology that enables physical servers to be configured for on-demand Infrastructure as a Service within minutes.