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October 14, 2010

Fujitsu builds new cloud system for Daiwa House

Built as shared accounting system for 24 companies within Daiwa House Group

By CBR Staff Writer

Fujitsu has developed a private cloud computing environment in collaboration with Daiwa House Industry for the Daiwa House Group’s accounting system inside its datacentre in Japan.

Fujitsu said that the new environment comprising SPARC Enterprise UNIX servers, will deliver system on-demand as a trusted cloud computing service.

The new environment is built as a shared accounting system for twenty-four companies within Daiwa House Group and is designed to further enhance the group’s businesses.

With Fujitsu’s cloud services, Daiwa House can use required amount of ICT resources it needs, when it needs them, depending on status of its work or an expansion of its business.

The company said that it will also support diversification of Daiwa House Group’s business and decision-making processes of group management.

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