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Manju Annie Oommen

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Senior Global Product Marketing Manager

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Manju Annie Oommen manages the Integrated Systems for High performance Computing, Infrastructure and Server Management solution at Fujitsu. She is an artificial intelligence and quantum computing technology enthusiast who is motivated to drive and communicate the science and applications of these latest technology which would radically change the way we work and live. She comes with over 10 years of experience in IT industry. Prior to Fujitsu, she was in Global Product Management roles with Hewlett Packard Enterprise driving the design and roadmap of mission critical and industry standard servers.

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Is complexity crippling your datacenter performance?

Complexity! A term, which is relevant across any field—both in the physical and non-physical world...

Datacenter management at best has some similarities with a popular game with wooden bricks.

Is your IT infrastructure agile enough to cater to the demands of digitalization?

If you have ever played the game of ‘Jenga’, you would be able to associate with the plight of I...

Recap on ISC 2018

Laying the foundations for Enterprise AI with HPC and Big Data Analytics

Artificial Intelligence (AI), a theory where machines perform tasks with intelligence like humans, h...

Mobile World Congress 2018: Fujitsu’s latest innovation on quantum-inspired technology unlocked

Mobile World Congress 2018: Fujitsu’s latest innovation on quantum-inspired technology unlocked

Fujitsu was back as an exhibitor at this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, interact...

Are you ready for a software-defined data center?

Are you ready for a software-defined future?

‘Software-defined’ anything and everything has become the latest buzzword in the IT industry pos...

Experience the power of high performance computing LIVE

Experience the Power of High Performance Computing LIVE and Make a Difference to Your Business

Few would dispute that organizations today have more data than ever at their disposal as we have ...