Fujitsu, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) and NEC announced that they created a joint research effort to develop the world's "top-level, 400 Gbps/channel-class digital coherent optical transmissions technology".
Despite the fact that virtually all luxury vehicles can be ordered with forward collision warning systems that typically use object detection via radar or infrared laser sensor, the underlying technology is in its nascent stages and full of caveats.
Fujitsu has introduced four new Windows 8 devices, one of which is the company's first hybrid tablet.
Fujitsu has introduced a hybrid tablet and a revamped Lifebook slate that will be ready for Windows 8 this fall.
Next month, Fujitsu will be offering notebook and desktop assembly kits backed by detailed customer support.
The design and development of ARM processors could receive a boost with a new ARM core simulator that was announced by Fujitsu.
Fujitsu has begun offering a new supercomputer, which the company claims can be scaled to a performance of up to 23.2 PFlops, which would make it the fastest system on the Top500 list and even exceed the upcoming BlueGene/Q-based Sequoia system.
There’s no shortage of Android tablets available, so when it comes to slates running Windows, Redmond is a little outnumbered. Today Fujitsu threw is throwing another hat in the ring with the launch of its 10-inch Stylistic Q550.