The pioneer of, and in, the workstation industry.
Supercomputer Fugaku with 152,064 nodes.
Japan Meteorological Agency uses Fujitsu supercomputer to forecast life-threatening torrential rains so timely warnings can be issued.
Tiburon, Calif. – December 6, 2021 – As part of its ongoing research on the workstation market, Jon Peddie Research (JPR) has released its JPR Workstation Report Market Quarterly for Q3’21. The workstation market’s record levels — set in Q1 and essentially sustained in Q2 — now seem like a distant memory, as the third quarter obliterated both. All told, the … Read more
Market performance across geographies stabilize
The year-to-year growth of 28% on the back of strong global rebound
Fujitsu has been in the workstation business for 30 years. The Fujitsu workstation group has a rich and long-standing history. It has developed powerful, reliable leading-edge systems for over 30 years. Fujitsu and Siemens began in 1923. In 1990, Siemens and Nixdorf formed Siemens Nixdorf Computers AG. Siemens Nixdorf started its workstation business in 1991. Those workstations were based on … Read more
Fujitsu Limited and the RIKEN center for computational science, announced the joint development of post-K, a supercomputer that the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) has set forth as a successor to the K computer, is moving forward. The goal is to be in full operation around 2021. Fujitsu Post-K ARM Supercomputer, Exascale by 2021 Fujitsu … Read more
Major versions of SPECviewperf and SPECwpc (to be renamed SPECworkstation) are on tap for Q2 of this year. SPECviewperf 13 will feature new volume visualization viewsets for energy and medical applications, radically new shaders, and updated viewsets to match more recent versions of the applications on which they are based. SPECworkstation 3.0 will include new GPU performance measurement, completely redesigned … Read more
Expanded SPECworkstation benchmark slated for Q2
Featuring new Xeons and an overhauled design Along with rivals HP, Dell and Lenovo, the number four vendor of workstations worldwide has announced two new Celsius workstations built around Intel’s latest Xeon Scalable and Xeon W processors. Shipping this quarter will be the premium 2S Celsius R970 and 1S Celsius M770. Prior to the tail end of 2017, Fujitsu’s premium … Read more