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Fujitsu Innovation Gathering Fujitsu Laboratories Group s R&D Strategies May 30, 2013 Tatsuo Tomita President Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. Complex issues that impact our lives Intricately intertwined issues Security & Safety Daily Lives Health Business Management Food Supply Lifestyles Pollution Society Transportation Population Energy Global Warming Economy Governmental: Domestic & Global 1 Scope of ICT Usage Paradigm Shift in ICT Shift from Technology-centric to Human-centric : Support of activities that are more people-focused Create knowledge, support human activities Human-centric Transform business processes Improve productivity Computer-centric Network-centric Intelligent Society Create new value Fujitsu s Vision 3 Fujitsu Laboratories: Mission Support the Fujitsu Group s growth by leveraging leading-edge technologies Generate innovation through leading-edge technologies 4 Create Innovation through People s Activities Empowering people and society by integrating real and digital worlds Support individuals abilities through use of devices Discover value by sharing information about objects Support abilities of individuals by engaging multiple senses and enabling natural operations Support human activity & daily life via interfaces that appeal to the 5 senses Networks for sharing information about objects Variety of real-world sensor data can be shared across digital world Generate new value by sharing information about people, objects, and society Enhancement of users abilities through interaction with user environment Offer customized services based on user location & activity Networks connecting society with people & objects Interconnection of sensors spread throughout society with people and objects, to deliver fully optimized services People Objects Human Interaction Technology Ultra-Realistic Audio & Video Intent- Recognition-Based Dialogue System Multi-Sense Interfaces Contextual Computing Wearable Assistance-Technology Enhanced Abilities 5 Sensors Smart Communication Platform Autonomous Sensor Networks Total Connectivity Power Business and Society with Information From individual to cross-industry & society-wide solutions Utilize data for vertical industries & work tasks Knowledge Integration from Massive/High-Frequency/Diverse Data Build systematic knowledge from massive data of varying reliability & size to help address problems Utilize cross-industry data SaaS and Cloud Security Platforms Developing specialized security gates and performing real-time data protection to guard personal and enterprise data Utilize society-wide data Customized Information Provision Offer customized, valuable data & support decision-making based on surroundings, environmental impact & future projections Predictive Security Platform Build infrastructure-wide cyber security platform to prevent & respond to attacks, predictive measures also taken Unstructured-Data Forecasting Automated Analytics Process Leveraging Massive Data Biometric Authentication System for Social Platforms Predictive Security Platform Security Platforms 6 Data Integrated solution Data Cloud platform Comprehensive Full-Scale Simulation of Cities Social Collaboration Platform Metrics for Smart Community Infrastructures Leverage Society-Wide Data Optimize ICT Systems from End to End Deliver ICT platforms that rapidly adapt to ever-changing businesses & society Total ICT management for customer businesses Optimize the infrastructure that supports enterprise ICT Added Value through Application LCM Support business growth through total management services ranging from application deployment and operation to maintenance and revision Wide-Distribution Deployment of Apps and Data & Effective Usage of Network/Server Resources Dynamically respond to business fluctuations by providing server resources that meet user needs, and through network-wide distributed processing Overall Services and Support Planning Deployment Operations Maintenance Modifications Overall Infrastructure Networks 7 Support, services and fully optimized ICT infrastructure that meet the needs of a changing society Formulating Growth Strategies Using a Data Collection and Analysis Platform Support sustainable growth via a platform for analysis and reuse of accumulated customer data Global Collaboration of Server Resources Employing Proactive Networks Use optimal-quality network services adapting to change to enable optimized operation of global-scale computer resources Servers & storage Clients Fabric Computing Datacenters Leveraging On-site Natural Energy Generation Comprehensive System-Verification Automated Application-Operation Application LCM Platform User-Centric Data Delivery Optimization of support and services, infrastructure optimization and efficient deployment Shared Platforms Advanced technologies for achieving a Human Centric Intelligent Society Core technologies for advanced ICT Performance Eco-friendly Quality Manufacturing Simulations Transforming manufacturing through synergistic effects of front line-integrated modeling simulations and HPC Intelligent Software Development Contribute to development efficiencies and enhanced security for product-oriented software Materials, Devices & Packaging Employ non-silicon materials and device technologies, along with packaging technologies that leverage them, to contribute to high-speed processing, high-speed communications, and effective energy leveraging CNT GaN HEMT Model-Based Calibration Distributed Cooperative-Model Predictive Control Manufacturing Simulations Universal Program Verification Enhancement of Embedded Software Quality ( Automated Testing, Security Enhancement ) Software Development & Manufacturing 8 High-Speed Processing High-Capacity Communication Efficient Energy Usage Device-Device Integration Device A Device B Device C Redistribution Layer Mold Compound Device D Device E Materials, Devices & Packaging Fujitsu Groups: R&D Scheme Creating new value and developing new markets Contributing to core businesses Fujitsu Limited and Subsidiaries Government Projects R&D Technology Strategy Task Force Fujitsu Laboratories R&D Investment Universities & Research Institutes Technologies and market trends / Customer and partner needs 9 Strategic R&D Themes Clarify positioning of R&D themes, eyeing future of Fujitsu Group Consistency of R&D themes with business; R&D resources: strategic allocation Fujitsu s Current Business Segments 40% Technology Solutions Device Solutions Ubiquitous Solutions Other New business Convergence business Business Strategic Themes 40% Company-wide Core Strategic Themes Business Development Spin-out 20% Budget allocation Seed-oriented Themes 10 Transformation of R&D Themes Previous Business-Strategic Themes Previous Core Strategic Themes Human Centric Computing Intelligent Society Cloud Fusion Green Datacenters Manufacturing Innovation Previous Seeds-Oriented Themes Business-Strategic Themes New Core Strategic Domains Ubiquitous Innovation Contribute to development of front-end technologies and services important for interfaces between people and ICT, sensing, and massive data collection Social Innovation Help to address societal issues and expand industry tie-ins and other societal business based on integrated simulation platforms that include human behavioral models ICT Innovation Develop integrated ICT platforms and network-wide distributed virtual processing platforms that enable workload optimization to flexibly accommodate customer value targets Manufacturing Innovation Contribute to the Fujitsu Group's product portfolio through hardware/software technologies for groundbreaking product creation, leveraging related technologies, and by advancement/accumulation of technologies for manufacturing innovation Seeds-Oriented Themes Fujitsu s Business Innovation in the domain of human activity Equipping businesses & society with information End-to-end optimization Shared platforms 11 Generating Innovation through Leading-Edge Technologies Striving to achieve sustainable growth for society Seeking to bring about a prosperous society where people can live in security 12 Cautionary Statement These presentation materials and other information on our meeting may contain forward-looking statements that are based on management s current views and assumptions and involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results, performance or events to differ materially from those expressed or implied in such statements. Words such as anticipates, believes, expects, estimates, intends, plans, projects, and similar expressions which indicate future events and trends identify forward-looking statements. Actual results may differ materially from those projected or implied in the forwardlooking statements due to, without limitation, the following factors: general economic and market conditions in the major geographic markets for Fujitsu s services and products, which are the United States, EU, Japan and elsewhere in Asia, particularly as such conditions may effect customer spending; rapid technological change, fluctuations in customer demand and intensifying price competition in the IT, telecommunications, and microelectronics markets in which Fujitsu competes; Fujitsu s ability to dispose of non-core businesses and related assets through strategic alliances and sales on commercially reasonable terms, and the effect of realization of losses which may result from such transactions; uncertainty as to Fujitsu s access to, or protection for, certain intellectual property rights; uncertainty as to the performance of Fujitsu s strategic business partners; declines in the market prices of Japanese and foreign equity securities held by Fujitsu which could cause Fujitsu to recognize significant losses in the value of its holdings and require Fujitsu to make significant additional contributions to its pension funds in order to make up shortfalls in minimum reserve requirements resulting from such declines; poor operating results, inability to access financing on commercially reasonable terms, insolvency or bankruptcy of Fujitsu s customers, any of which factors could adversely affect or preclude these customers ability to timely pay accounts receivables owed to Fujitsu; and fluctuations in rates of exchange for the yen and other currencies in which Fujitsu makes significant sales or in which Fujitsu s assets and liabilities are denominated, particularly between the yen and the British pound and U.S. dollar, respectively.
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