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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.
Data processing architecture can reconfigure IoT content
A stream processing architecture has been developed by Fujitsu Laboratories that can add or change content while processing large volumes of IoT data, without stopping: Dracena (Dynamically Reconfigurable Asynchronous Consistent EveNt-processing Architecture).
Product portfolio expanded with energy-harvesting components
Fujitsu Electronics Europe (FEEU) is expanding its ultra low power linecard portfolio to include products from the Belgian manufacturer e-peas. Based on years of research, e-peas has developed energy-harvesting solutions with technical parameters. The offered components support a wide range of energy sources such as photovoltaic, thermal, vibration or RF. With the new partnership, FEEU seeks to strategically extend its portfolio and to create new...
Sensor device eliminates the need for battery replacement
Fujitsu Laboratories has announced development of what the company claims to be the world's smallest sensor that eliminates the need to replace batteries. The new sensor supports Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) wireless transmission technology that can reach a broad area with low power.
Fujitsu’s 100 years of perfecting the Art of Relays
This year, Fujitsu Components Europe is celebrating Fujitsu’s one hundred years of manufacturing relays. The Takamisawa Electric Company was established in 1917 to design and produce relays for the Telecommunication industry. After being acquired by the Fujitsu Corporation in 1995, the name changed to Fujitsu Components in 2001 to reflect the focus of the company’s product lines that were added over the years such as connectors, keybo...
Can AI match children to suitable nurseries?
An AI-based matching technology that uses game theory to automatically calculate an optimal matching of children to nurseries has been developed by Fujitsu, Fujitsu Laboratories, and the Fujitsu Social Mathematics Division of the Institute of Mathematics for Industry at Kyushu University. Using this technology, a complicated nursery admissions screening that had previously required several days by hand took only seconds.
K computer takes first place on HPCG benchmark
On 19th June, the K computer took first place for the second consecutive time on the HPCG benchmark, a new index developed to create a more realistic view of supercomputer performance compared to the commonly used LINPACK benchmark. This success, which surpasses the second place achieved in 2014 and 2015, was made possible by subsequent improvements of the performance of the system and applications.
AI-based tech retrieves similar disease cases in CT inspections
Fujitsu Laboratories has announced development of a technology to retrieve similar disease cases from a computed tomography (CT) database of previously taken images. The technology, jointly developed with Fujitsu R&D Center, works by retrieving similar cases of abnormal shadows expanding in a three-dimensional manner. Technologies already exist to retrieve similar cases based on CT images for such diseases as early-stage lung cancer, in ...
Discover 'Human Centric Innovation' at Fujitsu Forum 2017
Fujitsu Forum 2017, Fujitsu's largest annual event, will be held on 18th-19th May at the Tokyo International Forum in Japan. This year's theme will be 'Human Centric Innovation: Digital Co-creation.' Fujitsu hopes to engage in business collaborations in different industries and under different business conditions. In this forum, Fujitsu will introduce the digital transformations it can achieve with customers and partners, as well as the...
Servers provide optimised infrastructure for cloud environments
Fujitsu and Oracle have announced the launch of Fujitsu SPARC M12, a new lineup of enterprise servers now available worldwide. Featuring Fujitsu's new SPARC64 XII processor, Fujitsu claims that its SPARC M12 servers achieve the world's highest per CPU core performance in arithmetic processing, offering improvements for a wide range of database workloads, from mission-critical systems on premises to big data processing in the cloud.
Automotive IoT solutions offered via expanded collaboration
Fujitsu and VMware has announced an expanded strategic collaboration to bring innovative IoT solutions to customers in the automobile industry.
Tech estimates optical network transmission performance
Fujitsu Laboratories and Fujitsu Laboratories of America have announced the development of a new technology to estimate the transmission performance, and to improve the throughput of optical networks. When adding communication paths to existing optical networks using new wavelengths, the transmission speed was previously set at a safe operation level based on design specifications of optical fibers and communication devices.
Software offers real-time translation for the hearing impaired
According to Fujitsu and Fujitsu Social Science Laboratory, multilingual translation functionality has been added to FUJITSU Software LiveTalk, a participatory communication tool for the hearing-impaired. The product, Diversity Communication Tool, is now available in Japan. LiveTalk is a software that recognises what a speaker is saying-in situations such as a corporate meeting or a lesson in school-and instantly displays the spoken words as...
FEEU showcases expanded supplier portfolio at embedded world
At this year’s embedded world, Fujitsu Electronics Europe (FEEU) will be exhibiting in hall 2, booth number 110. The company will be offering insight into its current supplier portfolio and providing the audience a better understanding of its services, suppliers and products. This year, embedded world will take place from 14th-16th March in Nuremberg, Germany. The key innovation set to be highlighted by the value added distributio...
FRAM solution introduced for automotive applications
A new FRAM solution MB85RS256TY has been launched by Fujitsu Electronics Europe (FEEU), and is the first component of a completely new product group which is designed for an operating temperature of up to 125°C and is qualified according to the AEC Q100 industry standard, making it particularly suitable for use in the automotive sector.
Connection control technology developed for LTE and WiFi
The development of connection control technology for LTE and WiFi to boost communication speed in areas with WiFi has been announced by Fujitsu Laboratories.
Training to strengthen Myanmar's ICT capability
In order to contribute to stronger information and communication technology capabilities in the country, Fujitsu has announced that it is conducting training for employees from across all 22 departments of Myanmar's government. Taking place in Myanmar, the training began on 16th January, and is being provided in two rounds over a total of ten days.
AR technology enables early discovery of manufacturing defects
The launch of Fujitsu's Manufacturing Industry Solution 3D Superimposed Product Design Diagnostic has been announced. It is a PLM solution for manufacturers that visualises differences between product component photos and their 3D blueprints. This solution is initially available only in Japan.