I was asked by Fujitsu/Siemens to get the word on on their innovations contest. I thought that the contest was very unique, open to just about anyone on the planet earth, and could generate some amazing results! Do you have good ideas for data centers of the future? Submit your ideas and you could win a lot of money!
The following info is the official announcement from Fujitsu/Siemens about the contest:
Fujitsu Siemens Computers will run the first community-based innovation contest on the Internet starting April 23rd.
The contest is dedicated to “IT Services for Tomorrow’s Data Center” and will address issues of strategic business importance to our users. As we look toward the future, it is important to anticipate how data centers will function and to find out what services will be required in the years ahead.
“We see this innovation contest not as a one-time initiative, but as an ongoing contribution to our innovation philosophy,” says Richard Schlauri, Executive Vice President Service.
Simply contribute your idea(s) regarding IT Services for Tomorrow´s Data Center. Those with the best ideas will be awarded valuable prizes.
Anyone with a good knowledge of data center environments and solutions can take part. We are looking for creative and motivated participants with experience in consultancy, installation, administration and maintenance of modern data centers – people like you with an interest in technology – engineers, system administrators, IT managers, customers, partners, professors and students.
What makes this contest special?
Joseph Reger, Chief Technology Officer, points out that “innovation is our heritage, our daily business and our future success” And you can play a key role in this innovation community. You can discuss and exchange ideas with other participants, evaluate proposals, analyze data center scenarios and chat with the professionals at Fujitsu Siemens Computers.
Register for the contest now and be eligible to possibly win one of the great prizes offered in this contest! We look forward to your ideas and wish you good luck!