Fujitsu announced the availability of datacenter capabilities in New York and California; it also plans to open a third Tier III datacenter in Regina, Saskatchewan.
These datacenters will offer Fujitsu customers access to outsourcing and private cloud management services; a premier network, systems integration and application management services; and Japanese bilingual services, a benefit to Japan Originated Companies. Bilingual services are important to both JOC companies operating in the Americas and those hoping to globalize and expand into the Americas.
“Companies across the world are demanding more enhanced services and solutions to help them realize their globalization ambitions,”
says Bob Pryor, head of Americas and corporate vice president, Fujitsu Ltd.
“By delivering Japanese bi-lingual datacenter capabilities, Fujitsu further demonstrates its long-standing commitment to helping customers achieve their business objectives, in this case delivering unique capabilities to JOC customers well beyond the scope of its world-class datacenter offering.”
Fujitsu will deploy its datacenter services at these new locations, including Infrastructure-as-a-service, secure storage and disaster recovery and big data analysis. These new datacenters join about 150 others across North America, Asia and Europe.