Fujitsu to Build New Data Center in Canada

Fujitsu is a Japanese multi-national IT company, head quartered in Tokyo Japan. Fujitsu has over 172, 000 employees working across 70 countries, Fujitsu is the third largest IT service providers. On November 28, 2012 Fujitsu Public Cloud Service Wins Chairperson”s Award

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at Eco-Products Awards 2012. Fujitsu provides solutions for technical computing, AIT, healthcare, retail, telco, Automotive, biometric, smart network technology, financial industries. Fujitsu provides support to software, microelectronics, telecommunication and computing products.

Fujitsu has planned to build a new data center in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. This new data center in Regina features 35, 000 sq ft of data center space. Fujitsu a global leaders currently maintains more than 1 Million sq feet of data centers with high security features. This new data center in Regina will make use of free cooling atmosphere and also uses super-green IT equipments to reduce cost and increase energy efficiency of the plant. Fujitsu President, Canada André Pouliot said, “As the world”s third largest IT services provider, Fujitsu has a proud history in the design, construction and operation of intelligent data centers, 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. The innovative design of the Fujitsu facility will allow organizations to host applications and data in data storage pools for the time required and pay only for the capacity needed. With the gradual optimization of IT budgeting, Fujitsu has also reduced the cost of maintenance and IT equipment upgrades. ” Data Center Talk updates its resources everyday. Visit us to know of the

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