Fujitsu Warms to the Cloud with FANUC and NTT Joint Venture and New DX Offerings

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By Ryan Martin | 4Q 2020 | IN-5976


Monozukuri Solutions


Fujitsu established a joint venture (DUCNET Co., Ltd.) with FANUC and NTT one month ago. Now, Fujitsu has lifted the veil on four new offerings that build on its new cloud direction and goal to expand the company’s digital manufacturing footprint:

  1. A subscription-based version of Fujitsu’s COLMINA IIoT platform
  2. Availability and support for Siemens Digital Industries Software's Xcelerator and Altair HyperWorks Unlimited Virtual Appliance for remote design and development
  3. A manufacturing site expert service to support improvement initiatives through interactive, real-time remote communication
  4. A virtual client that enables graphics-intensive applications (Three-Dimensional (3D) Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE)) in the cloud

Together, these announcements illustrate the impact and staying power of the industrial cloud as part of the post-pandemic “new normal.”

All in on the Cloud


DUCNET was established to offer cloud services first in the machine tool industry and…

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