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    Today I’m happy to welcome our  guest blogger Linda Weber, Head of Business from StarkStrom Augsburg:

    „StarkStrom Augsburg“ is an incorporated association of the University of Applied Sciences Augsburg consisting of approximately 70 students from different faculties, mainly Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Business Studies.

    (C)FSG - Harald Almonat

    (C)FSG - Harald Almonat

    Together we build an electrically driven racing car in order to participate in the International Design Competition “Formula Student Germany” organised by the Society of Automotive
    Engineers (SAE) VDI-FVT, which will take place on the race track in Hockenheim the first week of August 2012. Each year around 100 international racing teams take part in either the Formula Students Combustion contest or the Formula Student Electric contest depending on the drive configuration. Each team spends one year of hard work designing, building and testing their cars – and in Hockenheim they will present their results to the judges and show off their technical solutions on the race track. Formula Student   Germany stands for the unique atmosphere of innovation, commitment, fun and race ambiance of over 2000 motivated and talented students from all over the world.

    Already since 2010, when StarkStrom Augsburg was still in the earliest stages of development, Fujitsu has been supporting our team as one of the main sponsors and accompanies us on the exciting path to design and to build an electrically driven racing car by ourselves.
    Anyone, who has ever had the opportunity, to take a closer look on a Formula Student racing car, could see that this is not about soapboxes. Every single component runs through an optimization cycle and will be designed, calculated and redesigned again. These optimisation steps are especially for a new team like ours vital and indispensable. This is where Fujitsu supports us.

    As our own notebooks are not suitable for constructing, individual FEM-calculations would take several hours. But the Fujitsu CELSIUS Workstations enable us to work much more efficient and we can already discuss the results after few minutes.

    Even with other CAE-programs the professional computer has no problems with the huge amount of data. This helped us immensely, particularly observing the entire car.

    Therefore, we are very grateful for the huge support of  Fujitsu. We are looking forward to the further cooperation!


    Have you ever thought about what the future could look like? Just try to imagine what the world could look like in just 10-15 years from now… Would there be speech recognition? Could well be. What about electronic devices such as mobile phones integrated into your clothes? Possibly.  Or how about a laptop which you can fold into your wallet? Maybe.

     

    Whatever the future holds it certainly promises to be more mobile; without lots of complicated equipment and cables and compatibility issues. The user will not be confronted with strange error messages like “memory error in module A124588847GH” or “no network coverage available” or “unable to find device…”. Those days will have gone.

    What does this mean for the user and for your business? It means more freedom, creativity and opportunities to get on with business. More ‘space’, if you like. Sounds great? Of course this freedom will also increase the focus on issues like security. Wondering what it means for today, for the ‘here and now’? It means that the future is a journey. As part of Fujitsu’s vision of a human-centric intelligent society, we are already addressing some of today’s pressing problems, not least environmental ones but also security and productivity too.

    Want to find out more? Click here and see where your journey to the future could take you: http://www.reshaping-workplace.ts.fujitsu.com/


    You don’t have to go to the Augsburg Factory to get an impression of the most modern European PC factory. We want to offer everybody the chance to visit our innovative production facilities for PCs, notebooks and servers in Augsburg – at least virtually – where elaborate engineering and reliable manufacturing are combined in one place. Experience our interactive virtual factory tour – rendered and powered by our CELSIUS workstations, with outstanding graphic performance.

     Enjoy your personal factory tour (please choose the full screen icon   in the navigation bar)

    -Daniel



    I don’t know about you, but I’ve definitely tried to run demanding software on systems that weren’t really designed for it, and the experience can be frustrating. Our goal with the Fujitsu CELSIUS optimized for Autodesk® promotion was to eliminate the software/hardware mismatch problem for our customers who use the Autodesk software suites. It’s particularly important that people working in design and engineering have a workstation that really matches up with their software so that they don’t end up waiting on stuttering or frozen programs.

     

    I’ve spent the last few months getting everything ready for you. If you’re an Autodesk suite user and need a new workstation, head on over to the website we built. You can choose your exact software and our site will point you to a couple of systems that are really ideal for what you are doing. This is something management can get behind too. If you are a manager and your team uses Autodesk software, think about this: Engineers and designers are obviously a valuable resource. Optimizing the match between their software and hardware will go a long way toward maximizing the productivity of your team.

    Next time you upgrade your workstation hardware; make sure you visit the minisite to choose a Fujitsu CELSIUS workstation optimized for Autodesk.


    Those of you who do creative digital work may have noticed that Adobe recently released a significant mid-cycle update to all of their creative software suites.  Most users probably want to know what this means.  What hardware does one need to run this new software?

    Well we’ve been hard at work cooking up an answer to that question. If you want to know what kind of hardware is best for the software you use each day you can head over to our totally revamped Optimized for Adobe site.  It’s a simple two click process.  First you choose your software, and then you immediately get a choice of matched hardware.

    The neat thing about this tool is that the recommendations aren’t based on a simple ranking of what’s the most powerful computer.  We took a price/performance ratio approach so if you don’t need unbridled personal supercomputer power we won’t recommend it.  We’ve taken your needs and constraints into account here.

    Having got the opportunity to work with these systems and see how the suites function I can really tell you that by using our selection tool you will get just the right machine for your needs.

    All details here