Fujitsu co-creates premium ICT services with a raft of clients across Asia
- Fujitsu is making Singapore a hub for extending the group’s ICT solutions throughout the region
Renowned worldwide for its Japanese quality and know-how, Fujitsu is stepping up the game by developing premium services around its information and communications technologies (ICT). Such is the focus of the group’s co-creation initiatives in Singapore aimed at helping clients become leading players in Asia.
“We aspire to be the preferred premium ICT service partner. Beyond being a global system integrator, we transform our technologies into innovative solutions with the help of clients. This is to enable them to meet the challenges of the new digital economy,” says Motohiko Uno, president of Fujitsu Singapore, which oversees the group’s business in Singapore.
Locally, Fujitsu Singapore is working with the National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Management University, Agency for Science, Technology and Research, and other research partners to build applications around cloud computing, internet of things (IoT) and artificial intelligence, which combines quantum and high-performance computing and deep learning. The projects include a bespoke supercomputer for the National Supercomputing Centre Singapore and the Dynamic Mobility Management program capable of picking the best path among countless distribution patterns for products.
“We’re making Singapore a hub for extending the group’s ICT solutions throughout the region,” Uno says. “While we supply the technology, clients can provide the business know-how so we can build value together and drive their regional expansion.”
Clients will have at their disposal Fujitsu Singapore’s expertise in key focus areas including security, IoT, cloud computing and futuristic manufacturing. The company, for instance, offers the Multi-Cloud Services for Hybrid IT, which can deploy, integrate and fully manage a wide range of public and private cloud platforms including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and VMware vCloud. Fujitsu Singapore also incorporates IoT and other advanced technologies to support smart factories.
“We have very specific solutions for every industry,” Uno says. “We’re creating a platform where everyone can come together and co-create a better society.”