Fujitsu Computing as a service launched via the public cloud

Fujitsu announces a new service portfolio, Fujitsu Computing as a Service (CaaS), accelerating digital transformation (DX) and moving to the world’s most advanced computing technology via the cloud for commercial use Empower customers around the world by providing access.

The service includes Fujitsu’s quantum-inspired digital annealer technology, the core computing technology of Tomitake, the world’s fastest supercomputer, and software applications that allow a wide range of users to solve AI and machine learning problems. Includes advanced computing resources. Fujitsu will start providing new services to the Japanese market in October 2022, and then expand globally to international regions such as Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Americas.

As a first step, Fujitsu will start pre-ordering the Fujitsu cloud service HPC, which provides the computing power of the Fujitsu supercomputer PRIM EHPC FX1000, which shares the same CPU in the center of the supercomputer Tomitake. Fujitsu will start selling services for general and group companies nationwide from April 6, 2022, and will start distribution from October. In the coming months, Fujitsu will add more digital annealer technology and AI cloud services to its service lineup to provide additional value-added services that seamlessly integrate various solutions.

Vivek Mahajan, CTO of Fujitsu, said: In the future, we aim to further expand our portfolio using technologies such as quantum computing. This move is an important milestone for the democratization of high-performance quantum computing, and achieves Fujitsu’s goal of “building trust in society through innovation and making the world more sustainable.” Plays an important role in.

Fujitsu is utilizing CaaS to realize the vision of a more sustainable world embodied by the global business brand FUJITSU Uvance, and has been limited to advanced computing in academic fields. We will promote the commercial use of technology. Partly due to the exorbitantly high investment costs and implementation and operational burden.

At Fujitsu, CaaS not only contributes to solving social problems, but also finance, manufacturing, distribution, logistics, disaster prevention (including earthquake and tsunami prediction), drug discovery and gene therapy.

Costs remain a major obstacle for many companies and organizations looking to apply advanced computing technologies such as Fujitsu’s digital annealers and high performance computing (HPC) to their businesses. To address this issue, Fujitsu will provide easy access to a variety of services under the new CaaS portfolio, making it easy for users in different industries to harness the power provided by Fujitsu’s advanced computing technology. To.

CaaS’s cloud services portfolio is one of the main pillars of Fujitsu’s Uvance brand for creating a sustainable world through digital innovation and solving social problems.

The service portfolio provides comprehensive support for customers, featuring software, service integration platforms, and consulting and tuning services running in the cloud. This allows users to enjoy problem-solving capabilities and access to world-class computing resources without the deployment and operational costs typically associated with technologies such as supercomputers.

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