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May 15, 2019
As enterprise Artificial Intelligence grows both in terms of frequency and complexity, John Wagner examines the benefits of running deep neural network training on high performance computing architectures.
 
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May 14, 2019
Commvault HyperScale™ Appliance lets you protect a wide range of applications as well as virtual and hyper-converged infrastructures with a single integrated solution. Based on PRIMERGY hardware and manufactured by Fujitsu in Germany, the appliance is the ideal solution for data centers and remote and branch offices. It allows you to significantly decrease complexity and cost while increasing both scalability and IT agility. Installation, management and upgrades of the pre-designed and integrated solution are all very easy.
 
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April 11, 2019
Since its inception, the FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS CS200c has been known to streamline data protection and management functions in a single integrated solution for the digital world. Industry-leading software from Commvault aligns with potent Fujitsu system technology to provide optimum business efficiency and continuity. Now the appliance is available with an expanded and improved set of configuration and licensing options.
 
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April 09, 2019
In mid-January, Fujitsu announced that soon a slew of new options would become available to help customers run mission-critical SAP HANA workloads on hyper-converged infrastructures (HCI). The goal is to enable companies to operate their very own advanced SAP solutions in a fully virtualized, on-premises data center, in order to achieve the cloud-like economies they so urgently desire. Fujitsu can now pave the way for such scenarios thanks to a certificate that attests that SAP HANA has been successfully integrated with our HCI platform PRIMEFLEX for VMware vSAN installed on a 4-socket FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY RX4770 M4.
 
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April 07, 2019
For most of us, the idea of quantum computing is akin to an exotic beast: Somewhere in the back of our minds, we know that it exists and that at some point in the future we might even be able to build proper machinery, which will be easily accessible and can solve real world problems that are unsolvable today. But what would you say if someone told you that it is possible to provide and utilize quantum-like capabilities and solve these problems in the here and now? Well, that would seem like this person had just claimed to have spotted Schrödinger's cat in the wild. This five-part blog will help us find out more.
 
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April 02, 2019
Citius, altius, forties (in English: faster, higher, stronger) is not only the official motto of the Olympic Games; it's also a perfect description of the logic the ICT industry has followed over the past couple of decades. Hence, every generation of processors and memory modules is more powerful and adaptable than the previous one, and so is the hardware building on these components. Consequently, developing and building new servers is a permanent exercise in enabling customers to produce better results with smaller effort. Our latest-generation PRIMERGY and PRIMEQUEST models are no exception to the rule. The final part of our blog introduces the latest additions to our PRIMEQUEST brand of business- and mission-critical servers.
 
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April 02, 2019
Citius, altius, forties (in English: faster, higher, stronger) is not only the official motto of the Olympic Games; it's also a perfect description of the logic the ICT industry has followed over the past couple of decades. Hence, every generation of processors and memory modules is more powerful and adaptable than the previous one, and so is the hardware building on these components. Consequently, developing and building new servers is a permanent exercise in enabling customers to produce better results with smaller effort. Our latest-generation PRIMERGY and PRIMEQUEST models are no exception to the rule. Part 2 of our three-part blog elaborates on the improvements to our brand of x86 standard servers.
 
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April 02, 2019
Citius, altius, forties (in English: faster, higher, stronger) is not only the official motto of the Olympic Games; it's also a perfect description of the logic the ICT industry has followed over the past couple of decades. Hence, every generation of processors and memory modules is more powerful and adaptable than the previous one, and so is the hardware building on these components. Consequently, developing and building new servers is a permanent exercise in enabling customers to produce better results with smaller effort. Our latest-generation PRIMERGY and PRIMEQUEST servers are no exception to the rule. But before we talk about these new systems, let's first look at the two key components that initiated the latest advancements.
 
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March 26, 2019
In mid-May 2017, a fast-spreading malware dubbed WannaCry began to wreak havoc on thousands of computer systems worldwide. Targeted towards machines running Windows operating systems, it encrypted data on infected systems and then pressed users to pay a ransom in bitcoins. Soon after the outbreak, researchers accidentally identified a kill switch left by a sloppy coder and used it and its successors to eventually stop the propagation of the program within a matter of 10 days.
 
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February 28, 2019
For most of us, the idea of quantum computing is akin to an exotic beast: Somewhere in the back of our minds, we know that it exists and that at some point in the future we might even be able to build proper machinery, which will be easily accessible and can solve real-world problems that are unsolvable today. But what would you say if someone told you that it is possible to provide and utilize quantum-like capabilities and solve these problems in the here and now? Well, that would seem like this person had just claimed to have spotted Schrödinger's cat in the wild. This five-part blog will help us find out more.
 
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February 05, 2019
For most of us, the idea of quantum computing is akin to an exotic beast: Somewhere in the back of our minds, we know that it exists and that at some point in the future we might even be able to build proper machinery, which will be easily accessible and can solve real world problems that are unsolvable today. But what would you say if someone told you that it is possible to provide and utilize quantum-like capabilities and solve these problems in the here and now? Well, that would seem like this person had just claimed to have spotted Schrödinger's cat in the wild. This five-part blog will help us find out more.
 
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January 23, 2019
In an age where people use ever-smaller, increasingly portable devices to perform everyday computing tasks, the question "Do we still need desktops?" seems at least legitimate. Then again, anyone who's ever tried to edit a document or run a spreadsheet on a tablet or smartphone will most likely agree that there's still a solid demand for the classic PC/monitor/keyboard setup we've been using since the 1980s – one that might even increase if only PCs could be downsized yet another bit.
 
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January 21, 2019
For most of us, the idea of quantum computing is akin to an exotic beast: Somewhere in the back of our minds, we know that it exists and that at some point in the future we might even be able to build proper machinery, which will be easily accessible and can solve real world problems that are unsolvable today. But what would you say if someone told you that it is possible to provide and utilize quantum-like capabilities and solve these problems in the here and now? Well, that would seem like this person had just claimed to have spotted Schrödinger's cat in the wild. This five-part blog will help us find out more.
 
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December 07, 2018
Data center chiefs and their teams have long dreamed about infrastructure solutions for virtualized application environments that can be deployed in less than a day and start running immediately after setup. Our NFLEX package – which is brought to you as a co-creation from Fujitsu and NetApp, with dashes of Extreme Networks and VMware technology added to the mix – was developed to bring this dream to life.
 
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November 12, 2018
Recently I looked at some photographs a customer had taken of his data center some six or seven years ago and was struck by the almost archaic impression: Jam-packed as it was with server racks, UPS cabinets and cables dangling everywhere, it looked more like the depot of a computer museum than an actual functioning installation of any kind. These days, more and more data centers don't appear nearly as crammed, thanks in large part to the arrival of hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) solutions such as our PRIMEFLEX packages that wrap up servers, storage and networking gear in a neat bundle and add the required software on top. It's apparent that the rapidly growing market for HCI has created the need for 10 or 40 GbE switches optimized for making these deployments more efficient. With the new PSWITCH series out of the gate, we can now provide all components that are needed for even more successful and expandable PRIMEFLEX deployments.
 
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November 06, 2018
For several years, neutral observers and potential buyers alike have patiently listened to ICT vendors' ever-evolving stories about future use cases like IoT, Industry 4.0 or smart cities. But captivating as they are, such stories tend to drown out more measured reports about the constant innovation of brick-and-mortar products such as mono-socket servers for small data centers and SMB environments. Our three-part mini-series takes a closer look at Fujitsu's latest offerings in this category of 'everyday gear' and their state-of-the-art capabilities. In the final chapter, we examine the FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY TX1330 M4, our expandable mono-socket tower, which was launched today alongside two cousins, the PRIMERGY TX1320 M4 and the PRIMERGY RX1330 M4.
 
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November 06, 2018
For several years, neutral observers and potential buyers alike have patiently listened to ICT vendors' ever-evolving stories about future use cases like IoT, Industry 4.0 or smart cities. But captivating as they are, such stories tend to drown out more measured reports about the constant innovation of brick-and-mortar products such as mono-socket servers for small data centers and SMB environments. Our three-part mini-series takes a closer look at Fujitsu's latest offerings in this category of 'everyday gear' and their state-of-the-art capabilities. In part 2, we inspect the FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY TX1320 M4, our most compact tower system, which was launched today together with two cousins, the PRIMERGY TX1330 M4 and the PRIMERGY RX1330 M4.
 
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November 06, 2018
For several years, neutral observers and potential buyers alike have patiently listened to ICT vendors' ever-evolving stories about future use cases like IoT, Industry 4.0 or smart cities. But captivating as they are, such stories tend to drown out more measured reports about the constant innovation of brick-and-mortar products such as mono-socket servers for small data centers and SMB environments. Our three-part mini-series takes a closer look at Fujitsu's latest offerings in this category of 'everyday gear' and their state-of-the-art capabilities. In the first chapter, we examine the FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY RX1330 M4, our most recent rack from the family, which was launched today alongside two cousins, the PRIMERGY TX1320 M4 and the PRIMERGY TX1330 M4.
 
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October 31, 2018
Concerns about adequate backup and data protection strategies have plagued IT departments for almost as long as they exist. That's no surprise; after all, questions like "How many copies of my data do I have to keep?" and "How can I assure these copies are available when necessary?" are among those that make immediate sense to everyone, regardless of individual computer savvy. Consequently, they have laid the groundwork for numerous debates, which became more urgent as storage technology evolved and prompted IT teams as well as regular users to search for the one solution that would cure all backup and data protection issues in one fell swoop. The problem with this quest is that such a cure-all doesn't exist – at the end of the day, each organization will have to come up with a policy and implementation strategy that best suits its own specific needs.
 
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October 24, 2018
A turnkey appliance with integrated deduplication and path-to-tape functions that combines enterprise-class performance and high scalability, supports all leading backup tools, and comes at an affordable price? Fujitsu's data protection appliance ETERNUS CS800 S7 is just that – plus, it helps IT departments build an additional layer of protection against data losses and various attack schemes.
 
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