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April 09, 2015
Data volumes continue to expand, and capacity requirements often exceed the internal storage capacity servers can offer. As a result, many organizations – especially SMBs and start-ups – will often combine servers with cheap external consumer-grade storage to make up for the lack of disk space. Unfortunately, such a setup can seriously harm the performance of both the server and the storage system. A combination of Fujitsu's entry-level PRIMERGY RX1330 M1 rack server with our new ETERNUS JX40 S2 storage subsystem will help users avoid such pitfalls.
 
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April 09, 2015
Data volumes continue to expand, and capacity requirements often exceed the internal storage capacity servers can offer. As a result, many organizations – especially SMBs and start-ups – will often combine servers with cheap external consumer-grade storage to make up for the lack of disk space. Unfortunately, such a setup can seriously harm the performance of both the server and the storage system. A combination of Fujitsu's entry-level PRIMERGY RX1330 M1 rack server with our new ETERNUS JX40 S2 storage subsystem will help users avoid such pitfalls.
 
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March 19, 2015
Performance and energy efficiency have long been widely accepted as key criteria for evaluating server systems. Lately, however, a third category has emerged: with more and more organizations being hard pressed for floor space, density – i.e. the ability to pack an unprecedented amount of high-end components into the smallest possible enclosure – is about to become an equally important factor.
 
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March 14, 2015
Identification and authentication solutions have been a cornerstone of digital technology since the first electronic access control systems emerged in the 1970s. Today, these systems are practically ubiquitous: airlines, banks, hospitals, hotels and state agencies will only serve people who are able to identify themselves and prove their status as a customer, employee, patient, guest or citizen. The first chapter of this two-part blog introduces PalmSecure, a technology developed by Fujitsu to make identification and authentication more secure and convenient.
 
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March 13, 2015
For many years in a row, IT departments have sought for ways to substantially simplify their time-consuming and often hyper-complex backup and archiving operations and processes. The ETERNUS CS200c – Fujitsu's latest addition to its roster of popular data protection appliances – takes the idea of simplification one step further by wrapping up correctly-sized hardware, necessary software tools and required licenses into a single, complete, and ready-to-use appliance for SMBs and distributed environments.
 
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February 25, 2015
Entry-level storage solutions frequently have a problem, and that's being entry-level. On too many occasions, this means they lack decisive features that would show they belong to the same category as other storage products. Fujitsu's new ETERNUS DX60 S3 is different by design.
 
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November 17, 2014
Despite many advancements in recent years, administrators still struggle with a number of issues when managing server environments: Each "intervention" is potentially insecure, and working with SNMP agents and CIM providers often renders their efforts inflexible and inefficient – not to mention that it impairs system performance. The new Agentless Service in Fujitsu's ServerView management suite solves all of these problems at once.
 
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November 14, 2014
In January this year, we introduced our latest generation of multi-node scale-out servers for HPC and Big Data applications. Now this product family has produced new offspring: the FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY CX400 M1 appears just in time for the Fujitsu Forum next week and is supposed to bring extreme compute power to cloud service providers (CSPs), research facilities, and regular data centers alike.
 
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November 12, 2014
It is not only the big companies where data must be backed up by legal regulations and business service levels. There are also many smaller firms, with branch offices or home offices, which need the exact same support. Often there are no trained IT-staff in these smaller offices, meaning that they require backup scenarios which provide simple, flexible and cost effective solutions.
 
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November 04, 2014
Fujitsu's newly created LPAM feature rounds out the company's already impressive set of 'green' technologies that allow for substantial energy savings and cost cuts and virtually opens up the door for a multitude of new usage scenarios, with a special focus on Unified Communications and Collaboration (UC&C).
 
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October 18, 2014
In recent years, data deduplication has become one of the most popular and most easily misunderstood storage technologies at the same time. Misled by industry buzz, customers heavily invested in deduplication-ready platforms only to find that the new systems could hardly meet the promised data reduction rates of 20:1 or more. The final part of our four-piece-blog explains why it the FUJITSU ETERNUS CS800 is an ideal platform for building cloud infrastructures/private clouds.
 
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October 08, 2014
Following the launch of the first PRIMERGY server back in 1994, Fujitsu has released a new edition of its industry-standard x86 server models roughly every two years – always with a strong focus in R&D on the main attributes our customers expect: quality, efficiency and agility. That's a long tradition indeed, and one we are definitely proud of – few other hardware vendors have managed to create product lines that became brand names in their own right thanks to their excellent performance, superb reliability and first-rate efficiency. Plus, the 20th anniversary also provides a great opportunity to start a contest among our customers – to find out who runs the "Oldest PRIMERGY Alive."
 
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September 27, 2014
In recent years, data deduplication has become one of the most popular and most easily misunderstood storage technologies at the same time. Misled by industry buzz, customers heavily invested in deduplication-ready platforms only to find that the new systems could hardly meet the promised data reduction rates of 20:1 or more. The third part of our four-piece-blog explains why it is useful to rely on hardware-based deduplication instead of mere software solutions.
 
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September 12, 2014
In recent years, data deduplication has become one of the most popular and most easily misunderstood storage technologies at the same time. Misled by industry buzz, customers heavily invested in deduplication-ready platforms only to find that the new systems could hardly meet the promised data reduction rates of 20:1 or more. Part two of our four-piece-blog explains in more detail how different approaches to deduplication work and why it is better to use variable instead of fixed block lengths.
 
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September 10, 2014
In recent years, data deduplication has become one of the most popular and most easily misunderstood storage technologies at the same time. Misled by industry buzz, customers heavily invested in deduplication-ready platforms only to find that the new systems could hardly meet the promised data reduction rates of 20:1 or more. Our four-part-blog tries to clear up some of the most frequent misconceptions about deduplication, and explains how Fujitsu's data protection appliances avoid its pitfalls. This first part discusses the most important 'dedupe basics.'
 
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September 08, 2014
Back in 1994, Fujitsu started building a new category of servers, based entirely on x86 technology and industry standards. Numerous experts considered this to be a revolutionary step forward, as the company had previously been famed for its reliable mainframe systems and obviously brought a lot of expertise to the table. Since then, the PRIMERGY product line has turned into a major building block for data centers around the world, continuously delivering the performance and innovations our customers are looking for.
 
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August 14, 2014
In recent years, companies of all sizes have expressed growing interest in improving their IT's availability. However, projected costs and complexity often drive potential buyers away – especially if they are mid-sized organizations working under strict budget constraints. Fujitsu Cluster-in-a-box provides these customers with exactly the simplified and affordable high availability solution they are looking for.
 
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July 01, 2014
Consumer tablet sales may be normalizing, but many businesses are just beginning to explore the possibilities of giving their workforce lightweight, instantaneous, anytime and anywhere access to relevant data and IT resources through an ultra-mobile hardware platform. Besides regular office scenarios, tablets often have to be used in less optimal settings, if not downright hostile environments, to deliver what customers demand. Fujitsu's semi-ruggedized STYLISTIC tablets are robust enough to meet the challenge.
 
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June 25, 2014
In today's economy, the ability to connect and communicate almost 24/7 is an undisputed prerequisite for success among large enterprises and SMBs alike. Yet many companies still stick with communication strategies and technologies that date back to the 1990s – all too often because they think they must. Fujitsu's portfolio of innovative solutions for Unified Communications and Collaboration (UC&C) not only helps them modernize their infrastructures, but will literally transform the way they do business. The second part of this blog illustrates what the new technology is capable of and tells you which Fujitsu Client Computing Devices support UC&C.
 
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June 24, 2014
In today's economy, the ability to connect and communicate almost 24/7 is an undisputed prerequisite for success among large enterprises and SMBs alike. Yet many companies still stick with communication strategies and technologies that date back to the 1990s – all too often because they think they must. Fujitsu's portfolio of innovative solutions for Unified Communications and Collaboration (UC&C) not only helps them modernize their infrastructures, but will literally transform the way they do business. Part 1 of this blog outlines the differences between traditional communication models, unified communications, and UC&C.
 
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