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NickBown | 22.12.2018, 14:18
We have come across this issue as well, and don't seem to have found a way around it (the server is ...
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Hi everyoneWe've got an RX2540 M1 which won't boot past the Fujitsu splash screen (which shows the i...
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Hi there.I do not believe the Fujitsu policy on this subject has changed.So NO you can not order dri...


May 21, 2014
Professionals who need to securely access their Windows applications directly from the cloud may now try this for free with their iPads, Android phones, and Windows or Mac laptops: just last week, Microsoft launched the preview of a new service called Azure RemoteApp. The general idea is to better integrate Windows apps with Microsoft's Azure cloud computing platform and leverage its global reach and "utility-grade reliability" to provide a better user experience. At the same time, it's an effort to better connect the proverbial Windows world with other ecosystems.
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May 15, 2014
In an IT-dependent economy, even the smallest firms will sooner or later acknowledge the benefits of server-based computing. Finding the right solution, however, is everything but easy, as many entry-level, mono-socket systems just don't pack enough of a punch to satisfy their computing needs. The FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY TX1310 M1, on the other hand, does.
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May 13, 2014
Customers have warned SUSE developers of a critical vulnerability in the Linux kernel that allows local attackers to cause denial of service and/or escalation of privileges to attain root rights. Major distributors as well as the team at are working on a patch.
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May 12, 2014
Fujitsu has announced the launch of the FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX200F, an all-flash storage array that provides high-performance storage I/O and leverages the proven reliability of the ETERNUS DX S3 platform. All major components are redundant, including power supply and storage controller, to allow for continuous operations.
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May 08, 2014
Western Digital subsidiary HGST (formerly known as Hitachi Global Storage Technologies) has introduced a new architectural concept for HDDs and SSDs: future drive generations will no longer use the SATA or SAS protocol to transfer data and connect to other devices, but Ethernet/IP instead. The idea is to enable users to seamlessly scale out their storage infrastructures – and to break up the traditional link between applications and servers in the long run.
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May 06, 2014
For a good while, the proliferation of SSDs in the server and data center market has been hampered by both a lack in capacity and an unflattering cost per GB ratio. With its new Optimus MAX product line, SanDisk could soon put an end to such limitations.
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May 05, 2014
Solaris fans have long feared that Oracle may at some point decide to phase out their favorite operating system. Four years after the merger with Sun Microsystems, however, this scenario is finally starting to look a little less likely, as the database-king-cum-full-fledged-ICT-vendor turns in its fourth version of Sun's legendary software platform – this time with a focus on cloud enhancements.
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April 30, 2014
A vast majority of today's enterprises would definitely like to embrace the concept of enterprise mobility, but has so far been put off by a host of security and regulatory requirements that always seem to get in a tangle with end-user performance demands. With Fujitsu's new Workplace Anywhere solution packages, they can now cut the Gordian knot.
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April 30, 2014
Since the disclosure of the devastating OpenSSL vulnerability, Internet users and ICT companies either seem to be caught in a shock and awe state or struggling to reestablish system and product security. And if you trust security analysts on the matter, the situation won't change anytime soon – despite the plethora of patches that were handed out over the past three weeks.
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April 26, 2014
Nginx, Inc. – the company behind the popular open source web server – has introduced the latest release of its popular software that powers nearly one fifth of the world's busiest websites.
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April 24, 2014
Following an announcement from November last year, the GPU market leader now officially offers version 6 of its parallel programming toolkit CUDA for productive use. Thanks to multiple enhancements, the upgrade is expected to both accelerate and simplify the programming process.
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April 16, 2014
At the ISUG-TECH Annual Conference in Atlanta, Fujitsu unveiled its new FUJITSU Server Power Appliance for SAP® Adaptive Server® Enterprise (SAP ASE). The pre-configured, pre-tested server and storage appliance can significantly help reduce the complexity, risk, time-to-functionality and total cost of ownership (TCO) typically associated with improving transaction processing performance.
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April 15, 2014
Every three months, database and middleware giant Oracle releases a bunch of mandatory fixes for security holes in its software products. While these patches often cover multiple programs, it's quite unusual for Oracle to announce they literally apply to "hundreds" of products.
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April 11, 2014
For many years, the so-called data tsunami has had numerous unwelcome side effects even for small and medium businesses. One is that modern industry standard servers often can't provide enough internal storage capacity to handle the enormous amount of documents and files that are being created every day. Storage subsystems like the FUJITSU ETERNUS JX60 take away lots of the pressure when directly attached to the server(s) in question.
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April 08, 2014
Administrators running OpenSSL to protect their mail and web servers need to fix a critical vulnerability included in the versions 1.0.1a to 1.0.1f and 1.0.2 beta 1 of the cryptographic library and related tools. According to experts from Google and Finnish security firm Codenomicon, attackers could exploit the flaw to obtain secret keys used to encrypt traffic, user names and passwords, and actual mail and message content.
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April 03, 2014
Fujitsu takes to the road again during spring/summer 2014 with its popular roadshow. Under the motto0 "Reshaping ICT – Reshaping Business and Society," the Fujitsu World Tour is the successor to our well-known IT Future events, which attracted 8,000+ attendees in 2013.
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March 31, 2014
Ten months after the so-called Snowden leaks first made the headlines of The Guardian and The Washington Post, CSPs worldwide are now reaping the bitter fruit of the revelations about global surveillance, a survey from NTT Communications reveals.
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March 26, 2014
The mourning period was brief: just a week after John Cartwright, the co-inventor and longtime manager of the original Full Disclosure mailing list, shut down the service, an official successor took up work at
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March 22, 2014
Redmond's attempts at retiring an operating system that refuses to vanish have all the qualities of a never-ending story. This week, the company opened up another chapter – it is now willing to shell out 100 bucks to each customer who proves he's willing to kick the veteran out the door.
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March 20, 2014
Following a series of security upgrades for previous installments, Oracle has finally launched a new version of the programming language and SDK on Tuesday this week.
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