December 11, 2006
Fujitsu Siemens Computers and EMC Corporation today announced integration of EMC networked storage systems and software with the next generation of Fujitsu Siemens Computers' FlexFrame for mySAP Business Suite. Aimed at reducing total cost of ownership of IT for enterprises, FlexFrame for mySAP Business Suite version 4.0 is designed to give customers improved information management and protection while delivering an adaptable and flexible computing infrastructure. FlexFrame provides a means for running enterprise service-oriented architecture (SOA) from SAP, with SAP NetWeaver as a technical foundation.
"We have worked closely with Fujitsu Siemens Computers on this integration initiative" said Chuck Hollis, EMC, vice president of Technology Alliances. "The combined strengths of Fujitsu Siemens Computers' advanced FlexFrame server technology and EMC networked storage and software technology means that SAP customers now have a superior choice to deliver higher levels of performance, flexibility and availability."
FlexFrame is central to Fujitsu Siemens Computers' Dynamic Data Centre strategy. According to the company, FlexFrame delivers agility for greater business efficiency and reduces the financial burden on large enterprises running enterprise SOA technology from existing SAP applications on UNIX or Linux. Developed in conjunction with SAP, FlexFrame for mySAP Business Suite aims to improve the availability and support of SAP applications.
Bernd Kosch, vice president of Alliances, Fujitsu Siemens Computers, said, "Staying ahead of the competition is the key to commercial success for many businesses today. FlexFrame is designed to accelerate the development and exploitation of new business opportunities in response to changing market conditions to give companies this edge. By working closely with EMC, we are providing FlexFrame for mySAP Business Suite customers with new storage networking capabilities and benefits. This effort with EMC further supports our core strategy around the Dynamic Data Centre to provide enterprises with stress-free IT operations."
The addition of EMC technology to Fujitsu Siemens Computers' FlexFrame storage line-up is part of the company's strategy to identify the most popular solutions for the data centre and ensure they are supported.
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