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The Forrester Wave™: Point Of Service, Q2 2012
Forrester Research, Inc.
by George Lawrie, February 7, 2013| Updated: February 15, 2013
Forrester evaluated 10 vendors across 70 areas of criteria. Fujitsu is ranked a Leader with Fujitsu GlobalSTORE®.
The Fujitsu BX400 PRIMERGY Server Keeps the Focus of Growing Midsized Companies Where It Belongs: On the Business
DCIG Executive White Paper, April 2011
As the economy rebounds, midsized companies looking to expand their business must usually first grow their datacenter. However datacenter growth introduces new levels of complexity that cast a long shadow over future business expansion as managing this technology can take the focus off of the business. The Fujitsu PRIMERGY® BX400 server changes that model.
Application Outsourcing: Tactical and Strategic Benefits, Trends, and Recommendations
IDC Executive Brief, December 2010
Amid a volatile and slowly recovering U.S. economy, companies remain under pressure to drive tighter alignment between IT and business goals. There is an urgency not only to increase operational efficiencies at lower costs but also to enable business growth with the use of agile processes and scalable IT platforms. This business imperative demands smart usage of new technologies combined with talent that is seasoned in the sophisticated implementation and management of IT assets. Application outsourcing (AO) is one enabler that is being consistently recognized for its value in lowering TCO and expanding geographic reach while leveraging the technology, industry, and process expertise of the service provider. IDC market analysis notes a strong resurgence in AO contract deals in 2010, with worldwide spending on application outsourcing services.
Fujitsu: Coming to America
Enterprise Strategy Group, January 2007
Abstract: For years Fujitsu has been a well-recognized brand within the world of Information Technology. Fujitsu is looking to continue that same level of global recognition with the release of its latest line of ETERNUS® storage subsystems and the introductions of the arrays into the North American market.
SPARC’s Still Going Strong
By Kevin Krewell, Microprocessor Report, November 14, 2005
At the Fall Processor Forum 2005, Mr. Takumi Maruyama, manager of Fujitsu Limited's Processor Development Department 1 in the Enterprise Server Development Division, returned (he last presented in 2003) to give the latest roadmap update, extending the company's SPARC roadmap out to 2008.
Under the Atlantic Ocean We Go, Asynchronously
D.H. Brown Associates, March 2004
D.H. Brown details the first global failover and recovery demonstration that was held by Fujitsu and EMC. The companies combined their respective computer cluster and disk storage array-based asynchronous data communications capabilities. This demonstrated that the Sales and Distribution module of the SAP® R/3® application could recover from a simulated disaster in Hopkinton, Massachusetts in the U.S., and restart in Cork, Ireland in less than five minutes.
Fujitsu Computer Systems' Renewed Shift in
Customer Centricity—Beyond Sun Clone
Giga Information Group, Inc., January 7, 2004
This research report provided reaction to the new Fujitsu Computer Systems company and highlighted that the new entity provided solutions from one contact point of negotiation. A list of Fujitsu offerings was also provided.
Fujitsu Rides, and Defies, the Consolidation
Illuminata, August 2003
Today, the worldwide IT hardware market, and market attention, is dominated—through acquisitions and attrition—by just four brands: Dell, HP, IBM, and Sun. What company could possibly compete with the sheer size and economic power of these giants? There is one, often-overlooked company that does have the size and financial muscle, not to mention a rich mix of products and services. That company is Fujitsu.
Linux and Solaris: A Marriage in the Datacenter
IDC Executive Brief, March 2003
Adapted from Worldwide Unix Operating Environments Forecast and Analysis, 2002-2006: Linux and the Economic Downturn Take a Toll by Al Gillen and Dan Kusnetzky, IDC #27753.
Fujitsu as Solaris Alternative: Case of Mistaken Identity
Giga Information Group, Inc., March 6, 2003
Giga discusses the strategic attributes that would suggest Fujitsu as a possible alternative in Solaris shops.
Fujitsu Boosts PRIMEPOWER Performance
D.H. Brown Associates, Inc., October 22, 2002
D.H. Brown highlights the new PRIMEPOWER series and its superior enhancements, and compares Fujitsu to other market leaders.
Fujitsu's SPARC64 V Is Real Deal
Microprocessor Report, October 21, 2002
At Microprocessor Forum 2002, Fujitsu stepped forward to carry the banner for the fastest SPARC® processor, surpassing Sun’s fastest UltraSPARC III on clock frequency and SPEC performance.
Fujitsu: Taking Risk Out of RISC
Illuminata, October 11, 2002
At Microprocessor Forum 2002, Fujitsu stepped forward to carry the banner for the fastest SPARC processor, surpassing Sun’s fastest UltraSPARC III on clock frequency and SPEC performance.