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November 22, 2010

Fujitsu introduces new private cloud service in Japan

Server/storage virtualisation and automation in Japan

By CBR Staff Writer

Fujitsu has introduced new private cloud service, offering private clouds as an outsourcing service that includes server/storage virtualisation and automation, and a dedicated cloud-computing environment in Japan.

The company said this is an outsourcing service in which it will handle the complete lifecycle of the customer’s private cloud, including planning and design for initial deployment, construction, operation and maintenance, and decommissioning and disposition.

In addition, the private cloud’s infrastructure environment is combined with an array of maintenance services, and allows for on-demand usage with a rate schedule that is proportionate to usage with flat monthly base charges.

The infrastructure services includes servers and storage, network capacity and security, resulting in a private cloud that is both reliable and scalable with Fujitsu handling, on behalf of the customer, Fujitsu said.

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