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March 18, 2014
Clear and coherent product naming is a prerequisite for success in the hardware business. "Good" names must help customers identify vendors and their brands, and must also include condensed technical information about servers and server components. Read how Fujitsu has revised the naming system for PRIMERGY servers.
 
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March 03, 2014
With the release of the Windows Server® 2012 R2 operating system, FUJITSU expands its offering of x86 PRIMERGY server-based operating systems.
 
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January 14, 2014
As the digital revolution proceeds, concepts like High Performance Computing (HPC), Big Data, and "the Cloud" continue to get more popular on a daily basis. For most observers, however, these concepts are associated with giant data centers set up in some greenfield rather than with services that could be deployed within existing infrastructures. Fujitsu's second-generation, multi-node scale-out system PRIMERGY CX400 S2 is about to radically change that belief.
 
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November 28, 2013
Hardware vendors as well as IT departments may not be fond of the allegation, but it rings true nonetheless: A lot of data centers are run like cold stores at around 20 °C (68 °F). As a result, cooling expenses have exploded – in some organizations, they already account for half of the power consumption and energy costs. However, IT departments don't have to fall victim to this trend: Fujitsu's Cool-safe® Advanced Thermal Design technology solves these problems in bulk.
 
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November 27, 2013
It's a common belief that high availability or virtualization scenarios are the domain of huge companies with at least a few hundred employees and matching infrastructure. But when you look around, you'll find that car dealers, plumbers, and tax consultants everywhere are just as eager to offer their customers the best service levels as any department store.
 
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October 28, 2013
With today's economy being almost entirely information-driven, it is no surprise that managers want accurate, up-to-the-minute statistics to base their business decisions upon. Still, many IT departments can't deliver the kind of substantiated data they need due to a lack of resources or capacities. The adequate solution to that problem is to build a data warehouse, i.e. a central repository where relevant information can be stored for further analysis with BI and OLAP applications.
 
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