Fujitsu to Build Data Center in Regina

                Fujitsu Canada one of the IT service providers in Canada announced its plan to build a new data center facility in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Fujitsu Canada had acquired Regina based web hosting company TCM in February, this new facility in this region improves company footprint in Regina. Fujitsu Canada has data center facility in Australia, United States, Japan, Germany and United Kingdom, this new facility seems like a step to expand globally. Fujitsu’s data center provides managed hosting and cloud application services for both international and local clients, and also provides backup for other data centers. Fujitsu is currently maintaining fully secure data centers around the world with more than

1 million sq ft of data center space. Fujitsu’s facility in Regina will use the cold climate to cool its servers and also has plans to implement green IT equipments. Construction of this new facility will begin later this month or early January and will span 35, 000 sq ft of data center space.

                President of Fujitsu Canada André Pouliot said, “Our new facility in Saskatchewan underscores our commitment to the market and offers our customers flexible and enhanced services to meet the needs of today’s  global companies while at the same time creating high value jobs for the local economy. With the launch of this new facility, we are offering clear opportunities for all organizations, regardless of size or industry, to enhance the use of technology to improve efficiencies and significantly reduce costs.”

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