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20.04.2018, 19:18
Office 2016 reinstall
Josip
Anyone has idea how to reinstall Microsoft Office 2016 (Home and Business) that was purchased with "...
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24.01.2018, 13:31
P556/2 E85+ datasheet
tbckr
Hi Guillermo,Back with an interim update: According to Fujitsu support, the standard configuration o...
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24.01.2018, 13:05
NTP Time drift on Fujitsu PRIMERGY ...
tbckr
Wow, congrats on the successful effort and thank you very much for sharing! Best regards
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April 16, 2018
From the early 2000s into the first half of the 2010s, blade systems were the platform of choice for many companies that had to shoulder large computing and storage requirements while at the same time coping with budget and space restrictions. Meanwhile, however, the former cost-cutters are facing serious technical challenges that in turn are likely to drive up infrastructure spending. The best way to avoid this predicament is to progressively retire blade systems and replace them with a set of modular servers that provide identical or better functionality while also allowing for efficient data center operation and management.
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April 10, 2018
As more and more businesses are deploying high-volume, high-value workloads such as OLTP or real-time analytics, data centers are struggling to strike a balance between performance and reliability on one hand, and space and cost efficiency on the other. Fujitsu's new PRIMEQUEST 3x00E systems help them achieve that goal much faster and with higher accuracy than before.
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March 09, 2018
Even in this age of cloud computing and "Everything-as-a-Service," robust and cost-efficient tower servers still form the infrastructure backbone for many small, medium and large enterprises. Fujitsu's new PRIMERGY TX2550 M4 tower system adds the latest technologies and options to an already solid design concept proven via its TX2560 M2 and TX2540 M1 platforms. As a result, the TX2550 M4 provides powerful performance for a wide range of workloads, and at the right economics.
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