Sinking Fujitsu axed from UK flood warning system
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Post office scandal has knock-on effects

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has given Fujitsu the old heave-ho from providing a flood warning system to the UK, just two months after signing an extension of up to 12 months.

Fujitsu's wants €1.52 billion in UK government contracts
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While showing contrition for jailing Postmasters

Fujitsu's been caught red-handed with plans to snatch up a whopping €1.52 billion in UK government contracts. Despite swearing off new bids in the wake of the Post Office fiasco, they're back at it, eyeing €936 million for public sector deals and €585 million for top-secret national security gigs.

Fujitsu working on Arm-based CPU
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Even Seno fears Monaka

A Fujitsu representative has mentioned that the company has has been working on an ARM based processor, codenamed Monaka.

Fujitsu staff face statutory inquiry into Post Office IT scandal
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Investigation into one of the largest miscarriages of Justice in the UK since the witch trials continues

Two former Fujitsu workers, who are currently under police investigation for possible perjury, will give evidence and face questions in the statutory inquiry into the Post Office IT scandal.

Fujitsu will launch first quantum computer next year
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Will it run Crysis?

Fujitsu is carrying out some quantum Jujutsu and will release its first commercial 64-qubit quantum computer.

DNA storage could be the only way forward
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Just sneeze out your Excel spreadsheet, there's a good chap

The cloud industry is about to hit a major hurdle which can only be overcome by a move to more innovative storage methods, a new report claims. 

Scottish investigate computer-based miscarriages of justice
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Asking victims to come forward

The Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (SCCRC) is asking more victims of the evil English computer which caused the arrest of hundreds of subpostmasters.

Fujitsu offers access to cloudy supercomputer
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Fujitsu Computing as a Service

Fujitsu has announced its new Fujitsu Computing as a Service (CaaS) offering which will provide global customers with access to some of the world’s most advanced computing technologies via the cloud.

Fujitsu does some quantum jujutsu
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36-qubit quantum circuits

Fujitsu claims to have developed a quantum computer simulator capable of handling 36-qubit quantum circuits on a cluster system featuring the company's supercomputer PRIMEHPC FX 700.

Fujitsu does office space Jujutsu
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Working from home will be the new norm

Japan’s Fujitsu is to halve its office space in three years as it rewrites the way employees work under a “new normal” amid the coronavirus pandemic.