NTT and Red Hat build technology for data analytics at the edge
At Mobile World Congress, Red Hat and NTT unveiled an initiative that enables real-time analytics at the edge based on large data sets. This is particularly useful in telecom.
The initiative uses technologies developed by the IOWN Global Forum, an organization focused on frameworks for telecom n... Read more
TU Delft gets lab for developing quantum computing
Delft University of Technology is now home to the Advanced Computing Lab, an initiative to advance the development of advanced quantum computing technologies.
In the Advanced Computing Lab, scientists from around the world will collaborate with Fujitsu researchers. At TU Delft, work on new techn... Read more
GPU shortage drives Fujitsu to make best use of existing hardware
Fujitsu has announced a new technology that makes optimal use of CPUs and GPUs. Processes that have high execution efficiency are given priority. The Japanese company hopes to bail out organizations plagued by the global GPU shortage caused by the ubiquitous AI hype.
Earlier this year, Nvidia st... Read more
Fujitsu fully integrates its public cloud services
Fujitsu will bring its public cloud business, until now housed in Fujitsu Cloud Technologies, entirely within its umbrella tech group. This is what the Japanese tech giant announced recently.
Fujitsu wants its public cloud offerings to become one with its various services. Until now, these offer... Read more
Open-source developers can get started on edge projects, ML and AI
The Linux Foundation is releasing solutions focused on edge infrastructure and the energy sector. It also announces collaborations around machine learning and AI with Fujitsu and ETSI.
The Linux Foundation's Open Source Summit Europe 2023 brings innovations to the open-source community.
The ... Read more
Fujitsu halts production of PCs, notebooks and workstations in Europe
Fujitsu will say goodbye to its PC business in Europe. The generally declining sales of laptops and desktops, make the business uninteresting.
Fujitsu will no longer produce PCs, notebooks, workstations and other accessories in Europe from April 2024. These products will also no longer be sold ... Read more
Fujitsu partners with Deep Instinct to fend off endpoint ransomware
Fujitsu announces what it calls a "unique anti-ransomware service" in partnership with Deep Instinct. It promises to defuse the most sophisticated threats within 20 milliseconds.
Thanks to the deep learning expertise at Deep Instinct, the two parties hope to move the nature of endpoint protectio... Read more
Fujitsu and NetApp help build supercomputer DelftBlue from TU Delft
TU Delft is getting help building the supercomputer DelftBlue. Fujitsu and NetApp are coming to the rescue, providing an 85 percent performance boost over previous supercomputers from the Dutch university.
Fujitsu and NetApp are helping tinker with TU Delft's supercomputer, DelftBlue. By integ... Read more
ML makes Nürburgring’s Nordschleife safer for everyone
Digitization project makes the 100-year-old Nordschleife much safer and offers even more possibilities toward the future.
The Nürburgring in the Eiffel region of Germany is one of the most famous race tracks in the world. In particular, the oldest section, the Nordschleife, can safely be calle... Read more
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