Fujitsu set to become first Japanese quantum computing provider
The company will compete with the likes of Google and IBM for the Japanese quantum computing business.
Fujitsu partnered with the Riken research institute to offer quantum computing capabilities to companies operating in Japan, according to a report in Nikkei Asia. The announcement comes after ... Read more
Fujitsu launches (super) Computing as a Service
Fujitsu introduces Computing as a Service. The new portfolio provides access to the world's fastest supercomputers.
Fujitsu has several services planned. The first step is Fujitsu Cloud Service HPC. Paying customers gain access to the Fujitsu supercomputer PRIMEHPC FX1000. The system runs on the... Read more
Fujitsu lays claim to world’s fastest quantum computing simulator
Fujitsu claims to have built the world's fastest quantum computing simulator. The simulator handles 36-qubit quantum circuits on a cluster system.
The simulator is based on Fujitsu's PRIMEHPC FX 700 supercomputer. This supercomputer features the same A64FX processor that powers Fugaku, the world... Read more
End date for Unix systems and mainframe confirmed by Fujitsu
Once Fujistu’s main squeezes, Unix and mainframe systems will be ditched by 2030, with support and services lasting till 2035.
Fujitsu’s new hybrid tech roadmap
Fujitsu – the Japanese worldwide tech giant – has affirmed the cessation of their famous Unix and mainframe server systems. ... Read more
Fujitsu confirms stolen data was not taken from its systems
Fujitsu confirmed that data being sold by cybercriminals is not related to any breaches or attacks on its systems. Last month, a claim appeared on Marketo (the criminal marketplace) selling 4GB of data from Fujitsu, which was marketed widely.
At the time, Fujitsu said it was investigating a pote... Read more
Fujitsu admits its stolen data is being sold on the dark web
Marketo gang has announced Fujitsu on their victim list.
A group called Marketo is selling data stolen from Fujitsu on the dark web. On August 26, the criminal Marketo gang wrote on its leak site that it had 4 GB of stolen data and was selling it. They provided samples of the data and claimed th... Read more
Fujitsu plans 20 acquisitions as part of $5.7bn transformation plan
Fujitsu has an extensive M&A program that it calls ‘transformation services in a very competitive’ market. The Japanese tech company has come up with 20 potential companies that it would like to acquire.
An acquisition consultant from McKinsey, Nicholas Fraser, joined the company last ye... Read more
Embracing Shadow IT could accelerate enterprise growth
Accepting Shadow IT can actually help companies expand in the time of COVID.
Global cybersecurity leader Forcepoint and ICT giant Fujitsu have joined forces to help businesses meet the challenges of Shadow IT in the modern enterprise.
"Shadow IT" refers to the use of unapproved tools and pl... Read more
Fujitsu supplies processors for Cray supercomputer
Fujitsu will supply A64FX processors, which are Armv8 compatible, to power Cray's new supercomputer. Cray, a supplier of supercomputers which is owned by HPE, is building a new supercomputer for research laboratories and universities.
The full specifications of the supercomputers have not yet be... Read more
Fujitsu deploys blockchain against fraud
Fujitsu is going to use blockchain technology in two apps. DocumentFlow makes it possible to track and check documents in order to prevent fraud. With InvoiceFlow companies can prevent incidents with orders and invoices, including invoice fraud.
Fujitsu DocumentFlow is a blockchain-based applicat... Read more