Oracle OpenWorld Partner Keynote Preview: Fujitsu
By Mharrist-Oracle on Sep 28, 2012
On Sunday evening, Noriyuki Toyoki, Fujitsu Limited corporate senior vice president, helps you experience Fujitsu’s latest technology developments in action to support society in overcoming tragedies, streamlining healthcare, expanding primary industries, and handling big data’s explosive growth. Fujitsu, in partnership with Oracle, also offers a significant peek at the next step in business computing.
The global strategic partnership between Oracle and Fujitsu has been running strong since 1989, with both companies leveraging each others' strengths to produce leading customer solutions.
- Fujitsu and Sun Microsystems launched the codeveloped SPARC Enterprise UNIX server series in 2007
- After Oracle acquired Sun in 2010, Fujitsu enhanced its relationship with Oracle by extending the collaboration agreement for UNIX servers and becoming a Diamond-level partner in the global market
- Fujitsu also has a successful history of collaboration with Oracle across key product areas such as Oracle Fusion Applications, Oracle Exadata, and Oracle Solaris
Today, more than 170,000 Fujitsu employees support customers in more than 70 countries, with offerings covering the full range of technology products, solutions, consulting services, and electronic devices.
Fujitsu’s history is rich in hardware engineering and product development, especially the large-scale, mission-critical systems that form the backbone of our modern technology landscape. One great example of this is Fujitsu’s K computer, ranked among the world's fastest supercomputers. But what if this high-performance technology could be leveraged for commercial use? Specifically, what implications would this have for Oracle and Fujitsu customers running mission-critical business applications? How can a partnership between two heavyweights redefine the potential of IT? Attend the Fujitsu keynote on Sunday, Sept 30, from 5:15 to 6 p.m. in Moscone North Hall D to get a glimpse of that future.