Fujitsu says it has expanded its Industrial Internet of Things capabilities with its new “IntelliEdge” ecosystem, which includes network edge processing capabilities.
Fujitsu says the IntelliEdge edge computing appliance enables the optimisation of industrial processes for Industry 4.0, securely connecting data and resources to people and devices and bridging the gap between operational technology in the field, and on-premises and cloud-based information technology.
Fujitsu is introducing the IntelliEdge appliance to manage OT devices, giving enterprises an unprecedented end-to-end view of the entire production processes to achieve a breakthrough in monitoring and managing optimised individual production lines at approximately the same cost as mass production. Continue reading Fujitsu launches ‘IntelliEdge’ platform for Industry 4.0
Fujitsu Electronics Europe is extending its line card portfolio to include products from Neltron Industrial.
The Taiwan-based company manufactures ROHS compliant connectors of various types. With this partnership, FEEU is seeking to widen the range of its offerings and to create new synergies between them, strengthening its role as a Value Added Distribution Partner for the EMEA market.
Fujitsu has developed a new software platform that enables the centralized and stable management of operating status for a variety of sensors, devices, gateways, and robotics and automation systems, as well as the condition of the network that connects them.
This platform will support the operation and management of an anticipated and growing array of IoT services, says the company.
Fujitsu has launched the Fujitsu Network Virtuora SP, which is software that automates tasks such as network system operation and maintenance.
By turning expertise with regard to tasks such as network systems operation and maintenance into scenarios that allow those tasks to be automated, Virtuora SP greatly reduces the time to start providing services to customers, as well as reducing operating costs.
Fujitsu aims to speed up customers’ network service provision through software-defined networking (SDN) technology, and by providing network DevOps solutions(1) such as Virtuora SP, Fujitsu says it can support the total lifecycle of network services.
Fujitsu claims it has developed a new deep learning technology to analyse time-series data with high precision, a discovery that could help improve the efficiency of embedded chips in wearables and devices, for example.
When applied to Internet of Things data, the company says, its new technology “significantly improves accuracy by about 25 per cent compared to previous technology”.