Fujitsu unveils ‘high security’ tablet
Dubai, March 3, 2011
Japan-based ICT leader Fujitsu has unveiled a business class slate PC designed for the high-security requirements of mobile enterprise computing.
The Stylistic Q550 was launched at CeBIT 2011, taking place in Hanover from March 1 to 5.
The new slate PC is a keyboard-less tablet PC that builds in security from the ground up, so that it meets the most stringent IT security requirements of governments and businesses, a statement said.
As enterprises struggle to keep consumer smartphones and tablets off their corporate networks to avoid security breaches, Fujitsu is taking an alternative approach with the introduction of a companion device designed for maximum interoperability with business environments.
Seamless integration is provided thanks to the use of the Microsoft Windows 7 operating system. Additional licensing and rollout costs are capped since the slate PC uses the same software already deployed in enterprise infrastructures.
Chandan Mehta, product manager at Fujitsu Technology Solutions, said: “Many slate PCs on the market today are fun toys, but they don’t come anywhere close to addressing the business and security needs that are holding enterprises back from embracing the latest mobile computing technology.”
“This is our sweet spot – and we are targeting the professional and government computing markets with a new slate PC that draws on more than twenty years experience in building mobile computers for enterprise use,” he added.
The Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 features the advanced theft protection (ATP), a system platform that is resistant to deep-level hacking and the optional embedded trusted platform module (TPM), which ensure that even if the Stylistic Q550 is lost or stolen, the data it carries remains protected.
The Stylistic Q550 also comes with full work day battery runtime and a brilliant anti-glare 10.1-inch screen that allows for use both indoors and outdoors. Seamless connectivity comes through the inclusion of WLAN, Bluetooth and optional mobile broadband 3G/UMTS, enabling collaboration such as the sharing of documents while on the move.
Fujitsu makes mobile data entry easier by combining a multiple touch interface with precise and pressure-sensitive pen input.
The Stylistic Q550 automatically recognizes when users are working with a pen, allowing them to rest their hand on the screen when writing. Built-in handwriting recognition software converts input to text. When the pen is not in use, the slate PC automatically readjusts to a touch interface. – TradeArabia News Service
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