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Fujitsu Releases Primesoft Server v1.1 2011.06.05

Tokyo, Japan - June 3, 2011 - Fujitsu today announced the release of Primesoft Server v1.1, the latest version of its high-speed, in-memory data management software that combines high availability and scalability to enable microsecond (one-millionth of a second)-level processing, available in Japan only. In-Memory Data Management Software with World-Class Data-Processing Speed and Reliability.

The Primesoft Server v1.1 can be used in a variety of scenarios where systems require high speeds and reliability: Internet auction systems, voting systems, and other systems that instantly handle large volumes of data.
By employing this software in such systems, customers can accept large volumes of input data without lag and quickly process it without sacrificing data consistency. As a result, companies can maintain continuous 24/7 operations with redundancy.
Courtesy of Fujitsu
 

Tokyo, Japan - June 3, 2011

Fujitsu today announced the release of Primesoft Server v1.1, the latest version of its high-speed, in-memory data management software that combines high availability and scalability to enable microsecond (one-millionth of a second)-level processing, available in Japan only.

Primesoft Server is an in-memory data management software platform that delivers high-speed access - on the order of microseconds - to data stored in memory, in addition to ensuring the continuity of business services through server swaps that can be performed within seconds. As in-memory data is always duplicated across multiple servers, the software can switch between servers in a matter of seconds, in the event of a fault, while making sure that the data is protected.
Courtesy of Fujitsu
 
The new software can quickly access data stored in memory in a matter of microseconds
, thereby resulting in faster responsiveness and higher throughput.

Automatic data redundancy ensures high-reliability and the software's scalability allows operations to continue even while the system is undergoing expansion.

This software is perfect for systems, such as those involved in financial transactions and network transactions that involve the quick processing of large volumes of data.

Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Primesoft Server has been employed on all of the servers involved in stock transactions on the Tokyo Stock Exchange's next-generation trading system, "arrowhead",
which launched in January 2010.
Courtesy of Fujitsu / TSE
 
Primesoft Server has been employed on all of the servers involved in stock transactions on the Tokyo Stock Exchange's next-generation trading system, "arrowhead"
, which launched in January 2010.

Tokyo Stock Exchange Display.
Primesoft Server has been employed on all of the servers involved in stock transactions on the
Tokyo Stock Exchange's next-generation trading system, "arrowhead", which launched in January 2010.
Courtesy of Fujitsu / TSE
 
The Tokyo Stock Exchange's next-generation trading system
, which went online January 4, 2010.
Please see press release:
TSE Launches Next-Generation "arrowhead" Trading System

http://www.fujitsu.com/global/news/pr/archives/month/2010/20100108-01.html  


The mission-critical arrowhead system depends on the software to support its speed, reliability, and scalability.

Building on the technologies that ensure arrowhead's stable operations, Fujitsu is releasing a new version of Primesoft Server that features additional functionality for enabling continuous 24/7 uptime.

Working with teams in both IT and business departments, we deliver the best outcomes for your customers, employees and stakeholders. We achieve this by partnering with you to identify your most important business outcomes, then helping to design the programs that will impact the processes, people and technology to deliver these.
Courtesy of Fujitsu
 
In addition, the software now runs on Fujitsu's PRIMEQUEST mission-critical IA servers, as well as the company's PRIMERGY BX blade servers.


Background


In light of recent technological developments and changes in companies' business models, today's ICT systems are relied upon to process data in volumes and at speeds that would have been challenging for previous online systems to handle.

In the financial sector, the spread of online trading among individual investors and the use of algorithmic trading by securities companies and institutional investors has led to increased demand for rapid responsiveness in day-to-day operations.

Enterprise information systems in the 21st century must be able to handle new basic tasks by processing valuable resources collected through the Internet.
We propose a GlobalServer for use as the core server in a multiserver system, and remain committed to enhancing high GlobalServer performance and reliability, while enhancing the basis of network computing and multiple servers. To fully satisfy customer needs, we consider the centralized collection and processing of data to be essential. This presentation details recent developments in our GlobalServer strategy for enterprise information systems in the 21st century.
Courtesy of Fujitsu
 
High-frequency stock trades in which computers automatically determine the order timing and number of shares based on stock prices and trading volumes
.

In addition, there is a need for companies to handle high-speed, high-volume data throughput to support massive volumes of instantly-occurring transactions, such as Internet auctions, as well as data from smart grids and the tracking of goods.

Fujitsu Cloud Infrastructure Management Software.
Fujitsu is supporting the flexible and rapid utilization of ICT resources in private cloud environments by developing smart virtualization, automatic deployment, and usage visualization technologies, including: Self-service Portals, Centralized control, Visualization dashboards.
Courtesy of Fujitsu
 
Primesoft
Server is an in-memory data management software platform that delivers high-speed access - on the order of microseconds - to data stored in memory, in addition to ensuring the continuity of business services through server swaps that can be performed within seconds.

As in-memory data is always duplicated across multiple servers, the software can switch between servers in a matter of seconds, in the event of a fault, while making sure that the data is protected.

The use of highly integrated CMOS LSI technology with the GS21 1600 / GS21 1400 model group greatly reduces the component count, and enables the high-density packaging. This reduces the wire pattern lengths between LSIs and eliminates additional components. The use of these technologies results in a smaller installation space and lower power consumption.
Courtesy of Fujitsu
 
Moreover, it is possible to quickly expand systems and add additional servers without interfering with applications.

Even for systems that require 24/7 uptime, it is possible to add servers and restore data while the system is running, making the product applicable in a wide range of systems.

“ETERNUS DX Series” supports OCLINK and FCLINK interfaces for connection to GlobalServer. It also supports connection to industry standard IA servers, mission critical IA servers and UNIX servers. This enables the creation of a large scale unified storage system, using the SAN environment.
This heterogeneous connectivity also contributes to TCO reduction and ROI improvement by data sharing and enabling a unified backup system across different types of servers, as well as unified administration of storage operation.
Courtesy of Fujitsu
 
Primesoft Server brings together technologies for high-reliability and availability developed by Fujitsu for its mainframe products
, as well as advanced technologies, including data management technologies based on advanced research, networking technologies, and cluster technologies.

The software will play an important role in helping to build social infrastructure that involves the high-speed processing of large volumes of data.


Key Features of Primesoft Server v1.1


1. Microsecond-level high-speed access

By keeping all data resident in memory - including not only transaction data from applications, but revision logs, as well - the software obviates the need for hard drive access.

Furthermore, it employs Fujitsu's proprietary protocols (patent pending) for network access between servers, thereby enabling microsecond-level, high-speed access.

2. Data redundancy for high-reliability and rapid data-recovery

In-memory transaction data is continuously and automatically mirrored to standby servers (patent pending) for data redundancy.

In addition, mirrored data is instantly reflected on the standby servers and all of the in-memory data is preserved in the same state as on the live servers.

Therefore, in the unlikely event that a live server goes down, the data can be restored in a matter of seconds with complete data integrity, enabling business services to stay up and run without interruption.

3. Flexible system scalability to keep pace with growing processing volumes

By distributing data across multiple servers and virtualizing the location where data is stored, servers can be added simply while applications no longer have to recognize data storage location.

This enables companies to flexibly respond to sudden increases in demand for system processing, and to safely and quickly perform system expansions.

4. Delivers stable business services for 24/7 operations

Even systems that are operational 24/7 may require servers to be taken offline for periodic maintenance.

As Primesoft Server provides redundancy for in-memory data, individual servers can be taken offline for maintenance during regular operations without affecting business services.

After maintenance is finished, the server can be updated in the background with the latest data and be brought back online - again without affecting business services.

This ensures the 24/7 continuity of business services.


Usage Scenarios for Primesoft Server v1.1


This product can be used in a variety of scenarios where systems require high speeds and reliability:

• Internet auction systems, voting systems, and other systems that instantly handle large volumes of data.

• Systems that employ new input methods (sensors, RFID tags, mobile terminals, etc.) and constantly handle large volumes of data
.

By employing this software in such systems, customers can accept large volumes of input data without lag and quickly process it without sacrificing data consistency.

As a result, companies can maintain continuous 24/7 operations with redundancy.


Comment from Yoshinori Suzuki, Senior Managing Director and Chief Information Officer, Tokyo Stock Exchange Inc.


"We welcome the release of Primesoft Server, which has supported the acceleration of our new trading system, 'arrowhead'. With Primesoft Server's lightning-fast performance, we were able to vastly exceed our performance targets for arrowhead when building the system, and have achieved response speeds of 2 milliseconds - a thousand times faster than before. This has allowed us to develop a new business model for stock transactions and has greatly helped to reinvigorate the market."


About Fujitsu


Fujitsu is a leading provider of ICT-based business solutions for the global marketplace.

 
 
With approximately 170,000 employees supporting customers in 70 countries, Fujitsu combines a worldwide corps of systems and services experts with highly reliable computing and communications products and advanced microelectronics to deliver added value to customers.

Headquartered in Tokyo, Fujitsu Limited (TSE:6702) reported consolidated revenues of 4.5 trillion yen (US$55 billion) for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2011.

For more information, please see:

www.fujitsu.com  


Source: Fujitsu Limited

http://www.fujitsu.com/global/  



Helping Our Customers Rebuild


We, at Fujitsu, would like to express our heartfelt condolences to everyone who has been affected by the Tohoku earthquake which hit Japan on March 11, 2011.

Masami Yamamoto
President and Representative Director
Fujitsu Limited
Courtesy of Fujitsu
 
We extend our deepest wishes for the early recovery of all in the disaster-stricken regions.

First, I would like to talk about the Fujitsu Group's production plants.

As a result of the aftershocks that hit eastern Japan on April 7 and 11, we were again forced to halt operations and perform inspections on some of our semiconductor facilities' production lines in Iwate and Fukushima prefectures.

These plants have now resumed regular operations since April 20.

In addition, a portion of Fujitsu's desktop PC production, which had been temporarily shifted to our facilities in Shimane to ensure continued operations, has returned to eastern Japan.
Fukushima's server/desktop PC production facilities have now been restored to their pre-disaster state.

Fujitsu will continue to do its utmost with regard to components procurement in order to ensure continued operations.

Although aftershocks continue to occur, I am pleased to inform you that we have been steadily continuing operations at our production plants.

This is in large part due to Fujitsu's emphasis on business continuity management in our production system, our ability to leverage our prior experience in handling disasters, and through the efforts or our employees.

Fujitsu products are an important link in the global supply chains of our customers.

Together with providing a firm foundation of support for social infrastructure, we bear a crucial responsibility to ensure that shipments of our products are not disrupted so as to avoid adversely impacting the businesses of our customers throughout the world.

In light of efforts to rebuild, Fujitsu is working all-out to ensure that the operations at our production plants continue, keeping the spirit of manufacturing innovation alive in the affected regions.

To aid those in the disaster-stricken regions, the Fujitsu Group is collaborating with local governments and non-profit organizations on a wide range of specific assistance activities.

These efforts range from donating daily necessities such as batteries and flashlights, to offering cloud-based applications free-of-charge, an initiative launched within days after the disaster struck.

For people living at evacuation centers in the affected regions, we are also providing support by employing Fujitsu's information and communication technology (ICT) to enable Internet browsing environments and local television programs as a means for people to acquire information.

Over a month and a half has passed since the disaster. We are beginning to see a gradual shift from disaster recovery towards rebuilding.

Fujitsu will continue to provide consistent support to meet the needs of customers in their recovery process.

At the same time, as customers begin to undertake this transition, we will continue to place emphasize on their business continuity.

We intend to put forth proposals that, going beyond the mere restoration of front-line operations, leverage the power of Fujitsu's ICT solutions to create a brighter tomorrow.

Fujitsu's brand promise, "shaping tomorrow with you," represents our pledge to work hand-in-hand with customers to bring about a prosperous future for society.

The Fujitsu Group will continue to thoroughly fulfill its responsibility for social infrastructure, while at the same time working together with customers to actively support their business activities.

Fujitsu is an ICT company committed to the efforts of rebuilding the affected regions and the Japanese economy.


Masami Yamamoto

President and Representative Director
Fujitsu Limited



Source: Fujitsu Limited

http://www.fujitsu.com/global/about/message.html  



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