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Fujitsu creates flexible datacenter building blocks for private cloud

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Fujitsu has introduced Dynamic Infrastructure Blocks (DI Blocks), which enable enterprises to take a modular, step-by-step approach toward consolidating and reshaping their datacenters. Enterprises gain a competitive edge from DI Blocks by ensuring that their IT operations are always available to meet changing business needs, and ready for on-premise private cloud infrastructures.

A powerful but simple interface to fully-automated datacenter resources, DI Blocks are comprised of orchestrated server, storage, network, and virtualization technology, wrapped with integrated dynamic resource management software. Pools of infrastructure resources in datacenters enable enterprises to quickly and easily provision IT services.

As the needs of enterprise business change, DI Blocks provide an escape from the complexity and rigidity of last-generation silo technology. Datacenters are transformed into highly-flexible and powerful automated pools of computing resources. Furthermore, integration and lifetime services including hardware and operating system maintenance can be provided by Fujitsu's consulting and operations support services.

Pre-integrated and factory-configured, customized DI Blocks enable enterprises to move towards scaled-out private cloud-based computing environments. Total cost of ownership is reduced by improving the overall use of server, storage, software, and networking components. IT resources are allocated on-demand, delivering improved productivity by provisioning logical infrastructure environments within minutes.

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When will it be hacked?

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I fail to see the specifics that differentiate this from other cloud infrastructures w/ virtualization...

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