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Oracle OpenWorld: Fujitsu Highlights IoT Solutions

By Ken Briodagh September 19, 2016

It looks like we’ll be talking about little else besides Oracle OpenWorld for the next few days, and at OpenWorld, it’s starting to look like they won’t be talking about anything that isn’t IoT. Leading the pack, Fujitsu is showing off its M10 server solutions in its booth, which are designed for energy efficiency, compact size and flexible expansion technologies in order to make it an ideal platform for IoT, in addition to eCommerce, in-memory computing, cloud and big data deployments.

Fujitsu will showcase a ton of new tech at the show, including prototypes for a Liquid Immersion Cooling System that reduces power requirements by 40 percent and space by 50 percent compared to traditional data centers and a new Fujitsu hybrid Vapor Liquid Loop Cooling (VLLC) for future data center compute solutions. Booth visitors will also get a sneak peek at the next generation Fujitsu SPARC64 silicon technology.

Other highlights of the booth will be from Fujitsu companies GlobeRanger that makes IoT and RFID solutions for asset management, manufacturing/WIP, supply chain, warehouse management, and aviation operations; UBIQUITOUSWARE for information monitoring and location data; and RunMyProcess that provides a cloud-based platform that enables organizations to rapidly build, integrate, deploy and run business processes.

Several partners will be on hand to help Fujitsu display the power of its new M10 server.

Grid Dynamics, an IT engineering services company and a Fujitsu M10 technology partner, will showcase its blueprint for e-commerce platforms optimized for the public cloud. Using Oracle Commerce Cloud, this blueprint allows retailers to test environments and roll out changes to production with a click, using dedicated, fully-managed cloud infrastructures.

GridGain, provider of an enterprise-grade in-memory computing platform built on the open source Apache Ignite project, will demonstrate its GridGain In-Memory Data Fabric solution on the Fujitsu M10 server. The combination of GridGain and the Fujitsu M10 server offers an in-memory computing solution that is orders of magnitude faster than is possible with traditional disk-based technologies, enabling real-time transactional and analytics processing on large-scale data sets.

Striim provides streaming analytics and real-time, end-to-end data integration implemented on the Fujitsu M10 with Oracle Database. Striim will highlight use cases for finance, manufacturing and smart taxi in the booth, demonstrating the value of fresh data and the ability to use it intelligently. By utilizing the Fujitsu M10, Striim takes advantage of the server's large memory, compute power and I/O. 




Edited by Alicia Young

Editorial Director

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