Fujitsu plans to begin rolling out its new Trusted-Service Platform, a cloud computing platform that is claimed to deliver a range of IT services.
Fujitsu will also be offering related consulting services to help customers build cloud environments and make their business processes visible, as well as integration services to plan and deploy systems that operate in a cloud environment.
Fujitsu has said that it’s cloud services are not only geared towards corporate information and communication technology systems, but also for creating new social infrastructure systems that gather and process disparate data, such as from sensors and other technologies, in massive volumes while maintaining high levels of security and reliability. Fujitsu is positioning these services as the foundation to create new types of public and other large-scale IT infrastructure systems.
The company also said that these services will allow customers to access the information and communications assets that they need, when they need them, regardless of the type of network or access terminal they are using or where they are. This new level of flexibility will enable customers to optimize the usage of information and communications technology resources as the economic climate changes, thereby enhancing their businesses.
According to the company, the cloud services includes: system platform services; network services; security services; management services; integration services; application services; and desktop managed services.