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Fujitsu Launches Cloud Services as a Platform

By DE Editors

Fujitsu announced the launch of Data Utilization Platform Services, a cloud service for gathering, compiling, and integrating massive quantities of sensing data; combining it with knowledge; processing it using real-time processing or batch processing; and using it for such purposes as making future projections. It covers four specific services offerings: Data Management & Integration Services, Communications Control Services, Data Collection and Detection Services, and Data Analysis Services.

To complement the new services, Fujitsu is also launching Data Curation Services to provide total support for these new ways of leveraging data, including customer data analysis and its application to business operations. Current customer-specific support menu options are to be standardized by April 2012 and gradually rolled out as services.

All the technologies required to leverage “big” data, including compound event processing and distributed parallel processing, are integrated into the cloud platform, which is provided as a service. Data collected from different types of sensors, business-transaction logs, text data, binary streams, and other types of data can be integrated for a variety of purposes to extract new value from them.

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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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