Tatebayashi

Tatebayashi

(tätābä`yäshē), city (1990 pop. 76,221), Gumma prefecture, central Honshu, Japan, on the Tone River. It is a manufacturing center with mechanical, textile, and food-processing industries.
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7 degrees Celsius recorded in Tatebayashi City, north of Tokyo, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency.
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Tokyo, Jan 28, 2015 - (JCN Newswire) - Fujitsu today announced plans to construct new annexes at its Tatebayashi System Center and Akashi System Center, its main data centers in Japan, to serve as the core facilities for accelerating its IoT and cloud businesses.
The temperature reached 33 degrees C (91F) in central Tokyo by mid-afternoon Sunday with over 36 degrees C (97 F) recorded in Tatebayashi, north of the capital.
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6 C in the city of Isezaki in Gunma, three other cities also saw temperatures rise above the 38 C line, with the city of Tatebayashi recording 38.
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The platform will be operated from Fujitsu's datacenter in Tatebayashi, Gunma Prefecture, allowing customers to have timely access to the datacenter when necessary and reduce network delays, the two firms said.
In addition, by utilizing Fujitsu's Tatebayashi IDC Center, which offers robust security, students and faculty can access the website for educational and research purposes from their homes and other places, regardless of what time it is or where they are.
The new Fujitsu cloud services and solutions based on the Windows Azure platform will be available first in FujitsuAAEs data centres in Japan, starting at the Fujitsu Tatebayashi System Center by the end of 2010, to be followed by other locations around the world.
The new Fujitsu cloud services and solutions based on the Windows Azure platform will be available first in Fujitsu's datacenters in Japan, starting at the Fujitsu Tatebayashi System Center by the end of 2010, to be followed by other locations around the world, a statement said.