Cloud service aims to cut factory costs

7 October 2020

Fujitsu and partner Japanese firms have announced a cloud service that allows manufacturing data to be collected and analysed to help cut costs.

Fujitisu partnered with Fanuc Corp and NTT Communications Corporation to launch Digital Utility Cloud (DUCNET), which is designed to help with digital transformations.

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