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October 17, 2016
Over the course of its history, Fujitsu has always made a point of bringing the latest, most advanced ICT products to midmarket organizations and SMBs. Some decades back, this meant manufacturing and selling standardized telecommunications equipment. Today, we're helping the same class of customers build resilient, highly available, efficient, and easy-to-manage IT infrastructures – with solutions like our FUJITSU Integrated System PRIMEFLEX Cluster-in-a-box.
 
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October 12, 2016
An old adage says IT departments only know three problems with storage – throughput, latency and capacity, or TLC for short. Fujitsu's brand-new ETERNUS AF line of arrays will cure the ills in all of these areas. The final part of our 2-part feature looks into the technical specs and shows how SMEs and large organizations can profit from the new products with the help of model use cases.
 
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October 12, 2016
An old adage says IT departments only know three problems with storage – throughput, latency and capacity, or TLC for short. Fujitsu's brand-new ETERNUS AF line of arrays will cure the ills in all of these areas. In part 1 of our 2-part feature, we discuss the challenges flash storage systems are faced with today and compare them to the benefits they bring.
 
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March 09, 2016
Contrary to assertions from self-proclaimed experts, "tape" still plays a key role in the backup, recovery and archiving strategies of numerous corporations large and small. For good reason: apart from the well-known cost advantage, modern tape libraries like Fujitsu's ETERNUS LT260 offer a wide variety of features one might not expect, such as built-in hardware encryption. And because it supports the LTO-7 standard, the LT260 is also ready to run in petabyte-scale storage and archiving scenarios.
 
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November 24, 2015
In a data-driven economy, organizations of all kinds and sizes must retain more information than ever before. But the more bits and bytes they keep, the harder they are to protect. That's why a few years ago we introduced our ETERNUS CS line of data protection appliances, which simplified and automated a lot of key functions and helped customers master this task. Meanwhile, however, ongoing exponential data growth and an increasing demand for effective and targeted information management pose new challenges that prompt us to refresh the product line and further push the envelope of data protection (DP). Part 2 of our blog explains what's new about the ETERNUS CS800 S6.
 
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November 18, 2015
In a data-driven economy, organizations of all kinds and sizes must retain more information than ever before. But the more bits and bytes they keep, the harder they are to protect. That's why a few years ago we introduced our ETERNUS CS line of data protection appliances, which simplified and automated a lot of key functions and helped customers master this task. Meanwhile, however, ongoing exponential data growth and an increasing demand for effective and targeted information management pose new challenges that prompt us to refresh the product line and further push the envelope of data protection. Part 1 of our two-part blog explains what's new about the second-generation ETERNUS CS200c S2.
 
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November 17, 2015
Designed as 'blueprints' for virtualization and private or hybrid cloud projects, PRIMEFLEX® vShape® solutions aim to simplify the implementation of truly modern IT infrastructures in companies of all industries and sizes. With support for vSphere 6.0, improved scalability, and a new backup option, version 5.2 offers even more flexibility than its predecessors.
 
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September 17, 2015
What happens to a company that suddenly loses larger parts of its core data, such as the product or customer database, logistical or configuration information regarding virtual servers? Maybe not a lot at first, but if data and applications aren't available again on the third day, even the most tolerant clients and suppliers may start looking for alternatives. Or imagine an online shop that is not accessible within a few seconds. Many visitors will simply leave the website and buy somewhere else. The best way to prevent such catastrophic events is to build IT infrastructures that have high availability (HA) built in and support fast and concise backup and recovery. Fujitsu's server and storage systems enable businesses to do just that – so they can get back on track as fast as possible.
 
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July 16, 2015
Although reports about its final demise have been pouring in for well over a decade, tape storage is still pretty much alive – and basically indispensable for all organizations that have to ensure long-term data retention. Fujitsu's ETERNUS LT series of tape systems tends to these customers' needs, with the latest addition to the roster being an upgraded version of the ETERNUS LT260 tape library first introduced in 2014.
 
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June 18, 2015
In this era of data-driven business models, companies cannot afford to lose even the smallest bit of information or struggle with data availability. This rule applies to all firms, regardless of industry or size – "big pharma" is just as dependent on high-quality data as the retailer next door. Sadly, storage products for small and medium enterprises often lack a number of functions that would ensure they can compete with the big boys. Fujitsu's third-generation ETERNUS DX100 all-in-one storage system provides them.
 
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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 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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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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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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March 21, 2014
More data, faster access, smarter applications, changing delivery models, increased use of business analytics – the challenges storage systems must meet have exploded over the past ten years. Many 'classic' arrays can no longer fulfill these demands or require massive workarounds to function properly. To solve these problems, Fujitsu's engineers introduced a new "performance architecture" with our third-generation ETERNUS DX storage systems. This final part of our three-piece mini-series tells you how the systems scored in benchmark tests and how that affects customers' bottom lines.
 
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March 19, 2014
More data, faster access, smarter applications, changing delivery models, increased use of business analytics – the challenges storage systems must meet have exploded over the past ten years. Many 'classic' arrays can no longer fulfill these demands or require massive workarounds to function properly. To solve these problems, Fujitsu's engineers introduced a new "performance architecture" with our third-generation ETERNUS DX storage systems. Today's article is the second installment in a three-piece mini-series about the new technology.
 
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March 17, 2014
More data, faster access, smarter applications, changing delivery models, increased use of business analytics – the challenges storage systems must meet have exploded over the past ten years. Many 'classic' arrays can no longer fulfill these demands or require massive workarounds to function properly. To solve these problems, Fujitsu's engineers introduced a new "performance architecture" with our third-generation ETERNUS DX storage systems. This article explores the new technology in three sequels.
 
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