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Fujitsu Makes Contribution to Relief for Earthquake Victims in Northeast Japan

<p><strong>March 13, 2011 —</strong> We, at Fujitsu and its group companies, express our heartfelt condolences to the victims of the earthquake that struck the northeast area of Japan on March 11, 2011. We sincerely hope for the speediest possible recovery to everyone in the regions affected by the disaster. </p> <p>The Fujitsu Group is committed to restoring damaged IT systems in the regions with the highest priority placed on the lifeline systems such as electric power, water, gas, hospitals, and police and fire departments.</p>

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The New Fujitsu ScanSnap N1800 Network Scanner - Scan-to-Process and Scan-to-Cloud for every employee

<p>Hannover, 1. March 2011 — The compact ScanSnap N1800 can bolster office communication routines in any type or size of business. Document capture processes are individually configurable and can subsequently be configured as &quot;job buttons&quot;. Thus, users see just the functions they need on the intuitive touch screen. That saves time and reduces errors. The programmable job buttons transmit the captured information directly to the desired business process or department.</p> <p>The N1800 is capable of operating completely on its own, thanks to its integrated user administration and intelligent connection to e-mail, the Web or cloud storage. Potential users of this scenario could be workgroups or small businesses. Administrators can assign tailored job routines either locally or by means of a central administration console to manage all the settings, reports, and functions for up to 1,000 devices remotely. Finally, they can integrate the N1800 into the company’s centralized network administration and ActiveDirectory structure.</p> <p>&quot;Network scanners at the department level are a big trend right now because more and more businesses want to integrate their paper-based information into electronic business processes. What’s more, they want to do it as efficiently as possible, with a minimum of training. Whenever multiple users want to capture documents on a regular basis, an easy-to-use network scanner is the way to go. Besides, it generally pays for itself quickly. The new ScanSnap N1800 represents a compact, but nevertheless very versatile solution that is precisely developed for this growing market”, explains Klaus Schulz, Manager Product Marketing EMEA, PFU Imaging Solutions.</p>

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New Fujitsu Thermal Printer FTP-62D

<p>Hoofddorp, January 20, 2011 — Fujitsu Components is an established thermal printer manufacturer renowned for more than 20 years for its high quality thermal print mechanisms. Through continued research Fujitsu is able to develop new printers that are adapted to the requirements of the market. Fujitsu Components is proud to present its latest thermal printer development; the FTP-62D thermal print mechanism. This printer is designed from a customer's point-of-view and shows remarkable capabilities.</p> <p>The brand new FTP-62D is an answer to the market demand for a space-saving printer. The compact printer is a direct evolution of the current FTP-628 Fujitsu printer family.</p> <p>The FTP-62D print mechanism is designed to accommodate paper rolls partially inside the printer module allowing small and compact designs. The inclusion of the paper roll results in a space saving design, saving up to 8mm in height compared to a conventional printer design, and without compromising on functionality.</p>

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Fujitsu Releases Electronic Medical Record System for Outpatient Clinics

<p><font size="3"><strong>Tokyo, November 2, 2010 —</strong> Fujitsu today announced the availability of HOPE/EGMAIN-RX, an electronic medical record (EMR) system with integrated medical administration functions, which is designed for use by outpatient clinics in Japan. </font></p> <p><font size="3">The new system integrates EMR functions with all of the medical administration functions that outpatient clinics<sup>(<a href="http://www.fujitsu.com/global/news/pr/archives/month/2010/20101102-01.ht...)</sup> require, ranging from patient check-ins and medical exams, to accounting and the creation of medical claims forms. By converting clinical information as well as medical claims information to digital form, the system enables rapid information sharing between physicians and their staff members, thereby bringing greater efficiency to the management of clinics. Moreover, by linking the system to Fujitsu's regional medical network system, the deployment of the new system will facilitate the creation of a unified structure for high-quality medicine on a regional basis, from major hospitals to outpatient clinics. </font></p> <p><font size="3">With this system, both EMR and medical administration functions can be deployed with just a single set-up. Outpatient clinics that are already using Fujitsu's medical administration system can easily migrate their records to the new system, thereby dramatically reducing both the cost and the burden of work required to deploy a new system. These convenient features help promote the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in outpatient clinics.</font></p> <p><font size="3">By digitalizing paper-based medical records and claim forms, the new system is also expected to reduce the annual CO2 emissions of an average outpatient clinic by 2.2 tons<sup>(<a href="http://www.fujitsu.com/global/news/pr/archives/month/2010/20101102-01.ht...)</sup>. </font></p>

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Powerful Features in a Compact Design: the New Fujitsu fi-6110

<p>London, 26. October 2010 — PFU Imaging Solutions Europe Limited, a subsidiary of Fujitsu Limited and responsible for document scanners, today announced at the DMS Expo Fair in Stuttgart, Germany, the availability of the Fujitsu fi-6110 document scanner - the latest addition to Fujitsu’s business scanner family. With its very compact design, the Fujitsu fi-6110 is one of the smallest and swiftest workgroup class document scanners in the market. It offers small businesses a powerful, easy to handle solution to capture different types of documents for use in various business applications. The Fujitsu fi-6110 succeeds the successful entry class fi-series model fi-5110C, of which more than 100,000 units have been sold.</p> <p><strong>High-speed image capture <br /></strong>The Fujitsu fi-6110 is a duplex scanner with two cameras, which allow for scanning the front and back page of a document at the same time. The scanner has a loading capacity of 50 pages and easily handles up to 1000 documents per day at up to 300 dpi, greyscale as well as coloured. If required, higher resolutions are available. It processes document batches at speeds of 20 pages per minute or 40 images in duplex mode. Its paper path is extremely straight, and thanks to its ultrasonic multi-feed detection, the user is able to efficiently transform piles of paperwork into usable electronic data, without worrying about missing information.</p> <p><strong>Intelligent ease-of-use <br /></strong>The Fujitsu fi-6110 is equipped with TWAIN and ISIS drivers, which allows a neat integration to basically any professional ECM solution. Furthermore, the scanner is bundled with high value software such as Adobe Acrobat 9.0 Standard and ScandAll Pro and features a Fujitsu scanner Software Operator Panel for instant access to scanner hardware settings. The scanner also includes an Error Recovery Guide, which directly guides the user to the installed digital user manual, which offers multimedia supported advice.</p>

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KnowledgeTree and Fujitsu Unite Bulk Scanning with Document Management

<p>KnowledgeTree, provider of cloud-based document management solutions today announced a joint offering with Fujitsu, the market leader in document imaging scanners and services, to marry bulk scanning and document management. A union made in virtual heaven, KnowledgeTree has extended its third-party application interface, Hot Folders, to work seamlessly with Fujitsu ScanSnap scanners, helping businesses streamline processes, and more importantly, reduce the incidence of headaches from sorting and organizing volumes of paper.</p> <p>Accounting departments rejoice. The KnowledgeTree Hot Folder integration with Fujitsu ScanSnap enables businesses to scan invoices (individually or in bulk) and have them directly uploaded into the KnowledgeTree repository. Fujitsu ScanSnap scanners take the complication out of document imaging with one-touch ease of use, and bring duplex multi-sheet scanning to everyone by combining performance and affordability in a compact size. Utilizing the ScanSnap scanners with KnowledgeTree’s Hot Folders interface, high-quality images of scanned invoices can be entered into a workflow that leads them through various customizable process steps, turning what was once manual and labor-intensive into a smooth and efficient process. It’s almost magic.</p> <p>“Desktop scanners, like the Fujitsu ScanSnap series, are the heroes of simplified document storage, doing the heavy lifting of converting paper to bits,” said Daniel Chalef, CEO of KnowledgeTree. “The KnowledgeTree Hot Folders integration adds logic, organization and process to a seemingly endless well of billing information and invoices. For accounting departments the combined solution is a bookkeeper’s dream come true.”</p>

Fujitsu Unveils New Production Scanner Incorporating Enhanced Tools for New Levels of Efficiency, Productivity and Reliability

<p>SUNNYVALE, Calif., September 21, 2010 – Fujitsu, the market leader in document imaging scanners and services, today announced the availability of its newest production scanner – the fi-5950.&#160; Equipped with new &quot;intelligent&quot; functions that significantly reduce user workload throughout the entire scanning process, from pre-scanning to post scanning, the fi-5950 provides a truly unique scanning experience in terms of efficiency, reliability and ease of use. </p> <p>The Fujitsu fi-5950 retains all of the high-end features and functionalities of its predecessor, the fi-5900C, while offering additional time-saving tools to increase scanning automation, a critical component to improving scanning efficiency in the front and back-office for enterprise and midsized companies.&#160; The enhanced features of the new Fujitsu fi-5950 include:</p> <ul> <li><strong>Intelligent Multi-Feed Function</strong> (iMFF): iMFF allows for instant detection of a multi-feed or multilayer document, such as taped-on receipts or sticky notes added to a document. This advanced control of the triple independent ultrasonic double feed detection sensors allows operator’s to easily select from one of three available modes to memorize patterns or simply allow for the bypass of the randomly stuck on items.&#160; </li> <li><strong>Retain Image Function</strong>: This function transports the document that has caused the alert to the exit path of the scanner, and presents both the physical document as well as the scanned front and back side images to the user so they can decide whether rescanning is required.&#160; This makes reloading and rescanning documents with attached photos and memos unnecessary, bringing added convenience and smooth scanner operation to the user. </li> </ul>

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PFU Announces the fi-5950 Production Scanner, the Latest Addition to the Fujitsu Family of Scanners fi-5950 Production Scanner

<p>London, 13. September 2010 — PFU Imaging Solutions Europe Limited, within Fujitsu, responsible for document scanners, today announced the availability of its latest production scanner for high performance applications - the Fujitsu fi-5950. With speeds up to 270 images per minute (135 pages), the Fujitsu fi-5950 is the ideal product for high volume customer needs. Equipped with the latest VRS image processing technology and new paper transport technology, the Fujitsu fi-5950 can tackle large projects of forms or mixed batches with minimal operator intervention.</p> <p><strong>New intelligent functions for efficient operation</strong> <br />Working closely with the Kofax VRS Software Development team, this new scanner provides the latest VRS image processing technology with increased throughput when using intelligent page rotation and intelligent blank page detection. Additional improvements have been addressed in dramatically reducing the time and effort it takes to recover from the multifeed errors; now, if a multifeed occurs, scan operators are offered an option of accepting the current scan or repeating the process. Further, the fi-5950 offers an improved VRS user interface: VRS scanning settings and other scan characteristics can be saved under one profile. The high speed performance and the combination of advanced image functionalities minimize total operation time required to scan predefined document volumes.</p> <p><strong>Smooth operation through new transport rollers</strong> <br />To ensure a reliable paper transport when scanning complex or mixed batch (size) documents and increased productivity, the fi-5950 features Fujitsu’s latest roller design which consists of complete new materials allowing for reduced operator intervention and cleaning.</p>

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