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Carbon nanotube sheet with high thermal conductivity
Fujitsu Laboratories has announced the development of an adhesive sheet composed of carbon nanotubes with extremely high thermal conductivity of up to 100W/mK (watt per meter per Kelvin).
Partnership to improve vehicle cyber security management
Fujitsu Limited and Upstream Security have announced a partnership for vehicle cyber security. The companies will collaborate in the development of security operations solutions for connected vehicles. As more vehicles are connected to the network, they are increasingly prone to the growing risk of cyber attacks. International and domestic committees such as UNECE/WP.29, have already started discussing regulation and standardisation of cyber secu...
High-speed virtual switch for 5G communications in Japan
Fujitsu has announced the Japan launch of a new model in its FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY series of PC servers, the PRIMERGY RX2530 M4p, which features a high-speed virtual switch optimised for 5G communications. The new model comes equipped with the Intel Xeon Gold 6138P processor with integrated FPGA as standard and includes a virtual switch for performing packet processing in a virtual network.
AI disaster mitigation technology to predict river flooding
Fujitsu has announced a technology that draws on mathematical models built with limited data on rainfall and water levels to create flooding predictions for rivers. The solution leverages Fujitsu Human Centric AI Zinrai, and utilises a model that incorporates insights from hydrology to produce an AI that achieves predictions with greater precision.
Quantum-inspired Digital Annealer technology harnessed
Fujitsu Laboratories, has shown the capability of the Digital Annealer to maximise the performance of magnetic devices essential for renewable energy harvesting and other uses. The application of Fujitsu's next-generation architecture allows for the nearly instantaneous calculation of the optimal arrangement of multiple planar (2D) magnets to maximise the strength of the magnetic field in a device.
Powerful supercomputer to solve global challenges
Fujitsu Australia has been awarded the contract to upgrade the nation's fastest supercomputer. The new machine, which will be housed at The Australian National University in Canberra and operated by the National Computational Infrastructure (NCI), will provide a ten-fold increase in speed and provide Australian researchers with world-class, high-end computing services.
New technologies reduce cost of AI solution creation
At the annual Fujitsu Innovation Gathering today in London, Fujitsu Laboratories of Europe announces two new technologies that significantly reduce the cost of AI solution creation for visual inspection applications. The novel solution uses a new type of defect detector that is trained on normal (non-defective) data, reducing dataset creation costs as well as enabling the detection of previously unseen patterns.
Automatic labelling to accelerate AI use of time-series data
The development of technology to easily create the training data necessary to apply AI to time-series data, such as those from accelerometers and gyroscopic sensors, has been announced by Fujitsu Laboratories and Kumamoto University. Time-series data obtained from sensors does not include anything other than every-changing numerical data.
Smart shopping malls thrill visitors and drive profit
Shaping visitor experiences to maximise money spent. Driving in-store sales through smartphone notifications. Justifying premium mall rents with hard traffic data and lowering operating costs. These are just a few of the potential benefits of making shopping malls smart.
AI technology developed to combat cyber attacks
An AI technology that automatically determines whether action needs to be taken in response to a cyber attack has been developed by Fujitsu Laboratories. When a business network has been hit with a cyber attack, various security appliances detect the attack on the network's servers and devices.
Apollo3 Blue Ideal for Hearables and Voice-Activated Edge Devices
Fujitsu is expanding its product portfolio of Bluetooth Low Energy enabled ultra-low power product portfolio with newly released Apollo3 Blue device from Ambiq Micro. Apollo3 Blue Wireless SoC with integrated Bluetooth low energy comes with updated peripherals, additional memory, an advanced DMA engine & TurboSPOT. This new product extends the capabilities of Ambiq Micros Apollo Blue family of products and is available now for battery-powered...
Fujitsu and Ericsson team up on 5G partnership
Fujitsu and Ericsson have entered an agreement to deliver end-to-end 5G network solutions and related services under a strategic partnership. The two companies are joining forces to develop this based on their combined portfolios - spanning radio access and core network - for the dynamic 5G market in Japan, connecting communications service providers to the global 5G ecosystem.
Fujitsu's New AI Technology "Wide Learning" Enables Highly Precise Learning
Fujitsu announce the development of "Wide Learning," a machine learning technology capable of accurate judgements even when operators cannot obtain the volume of data necessary for training.
Investment supports intelligence research, student fellowships
A multi-year partnership focused on advancing the science and engineering of intelligence while supporting the next generation of researchers in this emerging field, has been announced by Fujitsu Laboratories and MIT's Center for Brains, Minds and Machines (CBMM). The new commitment follows on several years of collaborative research among scientists at the two organisations.
Additional share purchase of eight inch wafer fab
On 1st October 2018, ON Semiconductor and Fujitsu Semiconductor announced that ON Semiconductor will complete the incremental 20% share purchase of Aizu Fujitsu Semiconductor Manufacturing Limited, Fujitsu's eight inch wafer fab in Aizu-Wakamatsu.
Agreement to collaborate on Digital Annealer research
A comprehensive collaborative activity agreement for joint research on the Digital Annealer has been signed by Fujitsu Laboratories and Waseda University. Fujitsu's quantum-inspired computational architecture is capable of solving combinatorial optimisation problems at a high speed.
Eight megabit FRAM an alternative for SRAMs
An eight megabit FRAM with the highest density up to date, is being launched by Fujitsu. The MB85R8M2T memory is a suitable solution to eliminate batteries for SRAM in industrial machinery. It is particularly suitable for applications where high data throughput is required and data integrity is critical.
Output power of gallium-nitride transistors tripled
A crystal structure that both increases current and voltage in Gallium-Nitride (GaN) High Electron Mobility Transistors (HEMT), effectively tripling the output power of transistors used for transmitters in the microwave band, has been announced by Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu Laboratories.
Collaboration produces efficient solar power generated hydrogen
It has been announced that the University of Miyazaki, the University of Tokyo, Fujitsu Laboratories, and Sumitomo Electric, have used a trial system to create hydrogen energy from solar power in Miyazaki.
High storage density with new FRAM product
A new product has been introduced by Fujitsu, a FRAM product with a storage density of 8MB. The MB85R8M2T is particularly suitable for use in industrial automation and financial logging systems, where a high data throughput is required, and the integrity of the data is important.