Fujitsu’s co-pilots for the data trip


Fujitsu presented the first storage highlights of its in-house exhibition at a virtual preview event and explained how Fujitsu’s experts support user companies on their journey to the data-driven enterprise.

The infrastructure provider Fujitsu has one at the end of March preview at its annual in-house exhibition Data and Storage Days hosted. Around 200 online visitors were informed about data, technology and trends.

The data-driven company was at the center of the virtual show. Organizations that do not use your data are at risk of disappearing from the market, said Alexandra Ulbricht, Business Development Manager Datacenter at Fujitsu. This is a multi-stage process: non-digitized companies fail to make well-founded decisions, develop imprecise, non-targeted marketing strategies and ultimately offer an inconsistent customer experience.

Fujitsu HXD Co-Creation – The guided journey on the way to the Data Driven Enterprise

Data is usually not the problem. More like what to do with it. In addition to the technical modules, the company also offers services in the area of ​​product development, called HXD co-creation at Fujitsu. “The customer is the pilot and we accompany him on his journey,” explained Larissa Niedecken, Design Lead Co-creation Program, Central Europe.

Together with the customer, Fujitsu’s specialists first analyze the initial situation: Which data is stored where – in the cloud, at the edge or in a data silo in a specialist department? And how do you get to the data?

In a further step, possible products and services are put on paper. To do this, you analyze the end customer’s problems, develop personas and create prototypes for solutions.

Predictive maintenance thanks to data and artificial intelligence

With data and machine learning, for example, quality control in the manufacturing industry, the analysis of visitor flows in retail or fraud detection in banking could be. A current example is the Covid pandemic. With today’s data analysis techniques, for example, new drugs can be developed quickly or appropriate protective measures can be derived by analyzing the development of aerosols in rooms.

Together with the customer Airbus, Fujitsu’s experts developed a system for predictive maintenance of helicopters. When the helicopter flies, sensors continuously measure data. A machine learning application evaluates this and anticipates maintenance windows. According to Eric Schnepf, Lead Solution Architect HPC and AI at Fujitsu, anomalies in Airbus helicopters are detected with an accuracy of 93 percent.

New technology building blocks

Fujitsus Stefan Roth, Head of Storage Business Central Europe Category Management Datacenter Central Europe, and Alexander Tlusti, Head of Data Center Marketing Portfolio Marketing Central Europe gave an outlook on the new storage products.

The AB / HB storage systems from the Eternus series with a focus on standalone applications such as video surveillance were presented. For large, unstructured amounts of data as well as high and unpredictable data growth, Fujitsu is now offering the Qumulo Enterprise Scale-out Storages. These offer, for example, a connection to NetApp’s multicloud object storage system Storage Grid.

Fujitsu offers the Primeflex series for customers with a preference for hyper converged infrastructure. The devices are optionally available for VMware vSAN, Nutanix or Microsoft Azure Stack HCI.

There is also news about data protection and back-up, for example with the Eternus CS800 Unified Data Protection Platform with up to 2 petabytes of storage capacity. Veeam has also been accepted as a strategic partner for Fujitsu’s backup systems.

At the Data & Storage Days 2021, interested parties and customers of Fujitsu can find out exactly where the journey in the infrastructure sector is going. Due to the pandemic, the series of events is expected to take place in the summer, the locations and further information are available here.

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