Fujitsu Siemens showcases full range of computing hardware

Fujitsu Siemens Computers (FSC) is charging into Gitex touting its two-pronged strategy, focusing on mobile and business critical computing. The hardware player intends to showcase a wide range of kit covering everything from PDAs, to high end Unix servers and storage solutions.

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By  Mohammed Affan Published  September 12, 2002

Fujitsu Siemens Computers (FSC) is charging into Gitex touting its two-pronged strategy, focusing on mobile and business critical computing. The hardware player intends to showcase a wide range of kit covering everything from PDAs, to high end Unix servers and storage solutions.

“FSC has designed its corporate strategy on the principle that businesses can no longer confine themselves to national boundaries or limitations of time. Mobility has certainly pushed the boundaries of the four walls of the office, giving rise to the 24-hour worker who in turn needs access to anytime, anywhere and any device networks,” says Jacquie Carson, director sales and marketing Gulf Region, Fujitsu Siemens Computers.

Until now FSC has concentrated strongly on mobility solutions in this region. In addition to its existing range of professional Lifebook Series Notebooks, FSC’s mobility-driven products at Gitex 2002 will include consumer PCs and laptops, the Pocket LOOX PDA and the Pen Tablet PC.

FSC’s Pocket LOOX PDA will hold pride of place at Gitex. The device boasts high connectivity, speed and modularity and also has a facility to add a second battery or GSM/RPRS connection as a plug-on module. The lightweight PDA is equipped to provide easy access to a wide range of devices including memory extensions, digital cameras and bar code readers.

“We hope to capitalise on our presence at Gitex to demonstrate our competencies in designing systems and solutions that empower companies to operate 24 hours a day, 365 days a year from anywhere, without interruption,” says Carson. “The hardware we have developed includes multi-processor application servers, high end database servers and mainframe-class systems.

Our Unix-based enterprise servers in the Primepower family and Intel-based Primergy servers together with the Celsius workstations and Lifebook notebooks epitomise complete and integrated IT solutions,” she adds.

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