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September 24, 2015
Star Trek aficionados all over the world may want to jump at the chance – but sadly, a new world record achieved by Hiroki Takesue, a guest professor at the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and his team of fellow researchers won't bring them any closer to being beamed up. The results, however, could have a massive impact on future information and communication technologies.
 
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August 17, 2015
UK-based Internet services company Netcraft, renowned for its studies of web server and web hosting market shares, found that last month over 20% of all websites were delivered by servers still running Microsoft's axed server OS.
 
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August 09, 2015
Fujitsu's PRIMEFLEX family of infrastructure solutions just got a little bigger: together with our technology partner Red Hat, we developed an all-in-one platform that enables businesses to transform regular data centers into state-of-the-art cloud command and operation hubs.
 
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July 31, 2015
Intel and Micron Technology are working on 3D XPoint („Crosspoint"), a new non-volatile kind of transistor-free chip which they claim will be 1,000 times faster than NAND flash and 100 times faster than NVMe SSDs, will endure a 1,000 times more write cycles, and won't cost the earth on top of it all. Sample chips with 128 GB capacity are expected for the end of the year.
 
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May 28, 2015
Britain's leading IT security firm Sophos has introduced a software tool that's supposed to protect servers and desktops running the open source OS against "Linux-based and cross-platform exploits." The basic installation is cost-free.
 
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April 25, 2015
Long-term Fujitsu partner Univention has introduced a new, cost-free Core Edition of its Linux-based Corporate Server software.
 
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March 20, 2015
Not even a year after Heartbleed and its successor Cupid, the OpenSSL Project has started to roll out another series of critical patches without advance notice.
 
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February 11, 2015
Server developers beware: the search-giant-cum-ad-seller-and-ICT-company has announced it will cease to support SPDY and several other extensions and plug-ins that help optimize web protocols and browser performance and switch to up-and-coming technologies instead. Despite Google's enthusiasm, the idea will inevitably draw criticism from security experts, privacy groups and open source developers alike.
 
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February 08, 2015
Fujitsu is expanding its PRIMERGY dual-socket server line up with new models specifically designed to bring business growth to data centers whose overall expansion options are limited by energy and space restrictions.
 
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February 02, 2015
Spammers who build and exploit botnets, malware distribution via browser add-ons, and the Heartbleed bug posed the biggest threats to global cybersecurity in 2014 – that's the main takeaway from the latest edition of Cisco's yearly 'bug report' the networking giant put forth at the end of January. At the same time, ongoing reports about government surveillance overreach by the United States and their allies have spurred increasing demands for data sovereignty and data localization that could "restrict the flow of data across borders" and render existing global security strategies unusable.
 
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January 28, 2015
Researchers at the California-based security specialist Qualys, Inc. have detected a "serious weakness" in the GNU C Library (glibc) – the open-source edition of the C standard library – that renders Linux systems about as vulnerable to remote code execution as you'd expect from their Windows peers.
 
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January 12, 2015
Late last week, Microsoft's Drew McDaniel – who serves as the Principal Program Manager for Azure – informed customers that a new 'XXL' version of Azure VMs is now available on the US west coast and ready to appear in other markets at short notice.
 
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December 19, 2014
Microsoft Research announced that in early 2015 the code of Project Orleans, a programming framework designed for developing scalable and reliable cloud services, will become publicly available at GitHub.
 
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November 26, 2014
From September 9 to October 31, 2014, we were looking for the oldest PRIMERGY server alive. The winners were invited to the Fujitsu Forum and received their special prizes at the event in Munich.
 
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November 21, 2014
NVIDIA has properly used this week's SC14 in New Orleans to launch the Tesla® K80, a so-called dual-GPU accelerator which the firm claims to be the "fastest [...] for data analytics and scientific computing."
 
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November 19, 2014
Following last week's big repair day, Microsoft has launched another "out-of-band" patch for its server and desktop operating systems. The fact that Microsoft breaks with its usual monthly release schedule normally indicates that an update is truly critical.
 
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November 19, 2014
At the Fujitsu Forum in Munich, attendees may witness the dawning of a new era – with our new PRIMEFLEX brand of integrated systems, we serve up the building blocks for the business-centric data center today's customers require. PRIMEFLEX systems eliminate complexity, reduce risk through the faster deployment of more powerful data center technologies, and ultimately empower users to expand their business faster than they thought possible.
 
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November 18, 2014
Redmond's monthly security update cures massive ills in its server and desktop operating systems that affect all versions since Windows Server 2003 and Vista, respectively. Admins are urged to install the critical fixes on the spot.
 
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November 10, 2014
On November 19 and 20, 2014, the International Congress Center Munich (ICM) will host this year's Fujitsu Forum. TechCommunity members who won't be able to attend in person can follow the event across various social media platforms.
 
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October 31, 2014
Starting tomorrow, a new licensing scheme will be implemented for the activation of iRMC S4-based ServerView options on PRIMERGY servers. License keys are now dedicated to a specific PRIMERGY system in a so-called "node-locked license." The new licensing scheme is applied to iRMC S4 Advanced Pack license keys ordered from November 1 as well as to all future license keys for iRMC S4-based ServerView options.
 
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