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Fujitsu NTT DOCOMO and NTT start joint trials towards 6G
Fujitsu has announced that it will start collaboration with NTT DOCOMO, INC. and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation to conduct joint trials towards the realization of practical applications for 6G. In the joint trials, the partners will utilize radio waves in the high frequency range of 100 GHz and 300 GHz, which represent promising candidates for use in 6G to realize a high-speed communication technology with radio wave propagation that ...
Fujitsu and RIKEN: research next-gen IT drug discovery technology
Fujitsu Limited and RIKEN have launched a joint research project on next-gen IT drug discovery technology utilising the supercomputer Fugaku, aiming to accelerate DX (digital transformation) in drug discovery, explore promising new areas in this process, and reduce development period and costs for new drug development.
Fujitsu delivers to Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
Fujitsu announced the development and deployment of a new analysis system to calculate orbital courses of space debris for use with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's (JAXA) "Space Situational Awareness System" ("SSA system") for monitoring space debris.
Fujitsu launches sustainable 5G vRAN to deliver potential CO2 reductions
Fujitsu has developed new software virtualised radio access network (vRAN) technology with support for 5G Standalone (SA) and will offer it for verification by telecommunications carriers from March 2022.
AI Ethics and Governance office established for safety
Fujitsu announced the decision to establish a new organisation to strengthen its governance of AI ethics.
Fujitsu and KDDI leverage 5G technologies to solve social issues
Fujitsu and KDDI Corporation have announced an agreement to collaborate on creating new services that enrich the customer experience and contribute to the resolution of social issues by utilising Fujitsu's private 5G and KDDI's au 5G technologies, with the ultimate aim of realising a new digital society and co-creating businesses based on 5G.
Fujitsu sources 100% of energy needs for HQ from renewables
Based on its medium and long-term environmental vision, the 'Fujitsu Climate and Energy Vision,' Fujitsu has demonstrated its commitment to contributing to the realisation of a carbon-neutral society and adaptation to climate change with a pledge to source 100% of its energy needs for its global Shiodome HQ building from October 2021.
Biometric contactless retail for masked shoppers
Fujitsu Laboratories has announced the development of a new multi-factor biometric authentication technology to deliver an innovative shopping experience for the ‘New Normal’ era, combining non-contact biometrics that filter the verification target through facial data with identification performed via palm vein recognition.
Fujitsu develops technology to block facial authentication fraud
Fujitsu Laboratories has announced the development of a facial recognition technology that uses conventional cameras to successfully identify efforts to spoof authentication systems. This includes impersonation attempts in which a person presents a printed photograph or an image from the internet to a camera.
Fujitsu selects NetFoundry’s Zero Trust Networking Platform
Fujitsu Philippines has worked with NetFoundry to help businesses in the country address key networking challenges resulting from the acceleration of digital transformation caused by the current global health crisis.
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.