Are you ready for an exciting innovation in the world of data storage? Join us at the upcoming storage2day event in Frankfurt/Main, taking place from September 26 to September 27, 2023. Our very own Sebastian Skrypka, Business Development Manager at Fujifilm Recording Media, will be unveiling the remarkable FUJIFILM Kangaroo – a game-changing plug-and-play solution for long-term data archiving.
In his presentation, Sebastian Skrypka will delve into the latest product developments by Fujifilm Recording Media. See how it empowers you to archive file-based data and rapidly growing object data onto tape storage, while making the process simpler and more efficient. You’ll gain insights into all the advantages, along with valuable information about tape technology and FUJIFILM Object Archive software combined for a secure, open and sustainable data archiving experience.
Key Learning Objectives
explore potential strategies for long-term and secure data archiving;
understand the benefits of FUJIFILM Kangaroo and how it can transform your data management.
Why FUJIFILM Kangaroo?
FUJIFILM Kangaroo creates a secure space between your data and cybercrime, reducing your vulnerability to hackers and cyber-attacks. Additionally, the writing process provides a self-healing system architecture, while the tape itself has higher data integrity than HDDs.
With an archival life of over 30 years, the tape based system also saves energy costs, helps decrease CO2 emissions and reduce large amounts of electronic waste.
Keeps your options open
Rather than getting tied in with certain vendors, FUJIFILM Kangaroo utilizes our own FUJIFILM Object Archive software. It is self-describing and compatible with a vast number of disk and tape systems, which makes you more flexible and opens new opportunities for the future.
Join us at the storage2day in Frankfurt and discover why FUJIFILM Kangaroo is the solution your company has been searching for!
Meet the Speaker
Sebastian Skrypka is the Business Development Manager for the DACH region at Fujifilm Recording Media GmbH. He specializes in advising and assisting businesses with storage and software solutions, fostering communication and knowledge sharing regarding technical innovations in tape technology. Sebastian is also the go-to contact for Fujifilm LTO Tapes users in customer support.
This project is one of Europe’s largest capital expenditure investments in the semiconductor materials supply chain over the last decade, and will see a 4000m² expansion of the facility, increasing production capacity for core components and chemicals required for semiconductor manufacturing, including cleaners, polyimides, developers, and solvents.
The project will also see the addition of on-site solar panels, as part of Fujifilm’s Sustainable Value Plan 2030. Once complete, the expansion is expected to create 25 new roles, including production and lab roles, technical and academic functions, appealing to a broad spectrum of candidates with STEM academic and professional backgrounds.
Fujifilm’s investment in electronic materials has been growing globally, with nearly €1 billion in planned investment to meet expanding demand. Our Electronic Materials business is the largest business in Fujifilm’s Advanced Materials segment, and this latest expansion marks a significant milestone in accelerating its growth.
According to Hans Vloeberghs, President & Managing Director, FUJIFILM Electronic Materials (Europe) N.V.,
“This expansion is an important part of developing the European semiconductor ecosystem, which will be crucial for society in delivering cutting-edge future technologies across the fields of automotives, energy management, healthcare, business, and current and future digital industries.”
Fujifilm Spain has held ‘The Peak Performance Print Experience’, an open day held with print industry professionals and customers from all over Spain at Fujifilm’s newly opened Barcelona facilities. A live demo of the new Revoria Press PC1120, one of the multinational’s latest launches, was held with the company’s technical professionals as well as Acuity Prime. The new Revoria Press PC1120 stands out with its six-colour, high-definition print engine and some new other features. Generally, the unique features of the Revoria range include digital printers using dry toner technology, which improve image quality and also productivity with new applications, AI, and automation technologies.
Fujifilm aims to maintain its position as a leading technology partner in quality and production efficiency, and its commitment to innovation and environmental care. This is demonstrated by the presentation of this new series.
In general, we see a great interest in the company’s innovations, both new equipment and printing solutions. The industry in Spain is recovering at a rapid pace, and that means new investments by print houses, especially to improve the quality of their end products through cost-effective production, reduce investment costs and be environmentally friendly.
Joan Casas, Manager of Graphic Systems, Fujifilm Spain
German print company uses the Fujifilm Acuity LED 1600 II to inject some colour back into the Bundesliga
An empty stadium and a football game without fans is not what we have in mind when we talk about football. Therefore, a German print company used the Fujifilm Acuity LED 1600 II to inject some colour back into the Bundesliga. In spring 2020, the pandemic brought a temporary halt to all professional football across Europe. Several weeks after everything was brought to a halt, professional football was able to resume to its season, but with one key ingredient missing – the fans. To find a solution for this problem, the supporter club ofBorussia Moenchengladbach came up with an amazing idea in cooperation with Copy Service Mönchengladbach. They simply started installing fan ‘doubles’ in the stands to give their team a sense of support during home matches. In order, to print wide formats with a high-quality the print company uses Fujifilm’s Acuity LED 1600 II printer because,
“The Acuity seemed the most suitable model for this,” says Antje Jindrich, owner of Copy Service. This idea spread across Europe, with other professional teams from various countries deciding to do the exact same thing, and restoring a sense of colour and familiarity to the matches.
Innovation in the Metal Decoration Business? For a long time, printing metal decorations was technologically far behind the standards of other printing sectors – until now. In a direct collaboration with Fujifilm, William Say & Co. were able to test our latest technology. See, how William Say & Co. innovates the sector in a partnership with Fujifilm to finally bring personalisation and customisation into the world of metal packaging using the Acuity B1. Click here.
Innovation in the world of printing businesses – Verhoef, a leader in the Dutch printing sector, invested in the Acuity B1 in early 2019 after already owning an Onset X1. Find out in our blog post how the acquisition of an Acuity B1 helped to push quality, delivery speed and cost-efficiency to even higher levels than before in order to stay on top of the market – together with Fujifilm.