In an exhibition that I recently attended, where Fujitsu is one of the exhibitors, they covered this analysis extensively in one of the breakout sessions they had for those interested. It was quite informative, but at the same time, too information heavy that many of the audience left more baffled rather than clarified. I would suggest that Fujitsu take extra care to have high level of information provided during exhibitions, and hopefully bring the discussion at a different time and venue for those who would like to take it further. The article seems to have covered most of it, and I am glad to have stumbled upon this after their presentation. http://www.discountdisplays.co.uk
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