Fujitsu displays "Fujitsu Cloud Initiative" at Interop Tokyo 2013

Tokyo, Jun 14: Fujitsu, a leading Information and Communication Technology (ICT) company of Japan, has announced a new system of cloud products and services group called “Fujitsu Cloud Initiative” at a recently held Interop exhibition at Chiba city near Tokyo.

The group exhibited the services with plans to launch under three themes – cloud utilization, work style change and business continuity.

Interop, a conference and exhibition to empower information technology professionals, was initiated in Tokyo in the year 1994 with an aim to discover network infrastructure to get connected with each other.

At present, it covers a broad range of information technology services including cloud, virtualization, data centers, wireless and mobility and information security.

Along with the diversification of user needs and the complexity of network technology, the network service providers often face rapid changes in the business environment.

The SDN or Software Defined Network is one such latest software that can solve the problem.

Fujitsu has established a new “Fujitsu intelligent networking and computing architecture” to extend the idea of SDN to the entire ICT infrastructure.

This new service virtualizes resources in three areas – computing, wide area network and front network to achieve optimal control by software.

This can enhance the quality of experience at the user end.

Furthermore, the centralized management and control software of server storage network resources in “Server View Resource Orchestrator V3″ has been enhanced by including a virtual appliance network and platform virtualization system which makes it possible to automatically configure the network. (ANI)