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Fujitsu to OEM Eucalyptus Cloud Platform

It's going to use Eucalyptus’ open source private cloud platform to power its pre-packaged NuVola Private Cloud Platform

Fujitsu has cut an OEM deal with Eucalyptus Systems to deliver a private IaaS cloud solution.

Fujitsu Frontech North America Inc is going to use Eucalyptus' open source private cloud platform to power its pre-packaged NuVola Private Cloud Platform, otherwise consisting of Fujitsu's x86 Primergy servers, Eternus storage appliances and virtualization software.

Since Eucalyptus is compatible and integrated with Amazon's public cloud, Fujitsu's will be too, adding to Amazon's luster as the de facto cloud standard.

Frontech customers are in manufacturing, retail, healthcare, government, education, financial services, the enterprise and communications.

The NuVola Private Cloud Platform is available immediately.

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