Fujitsu - Aviation Parts Inventory
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Operating Segments: Computer Hardware and Software, IT Services and Consulting, and Telecommunications
HQ: Minato, Tokyo, Japan
Partner: AMD, Consolidated Computers Limited, SAP, Siemens, Microsoft, Reuters Group, VMWare, and others.
Fujitsu is a Japanese multinational company serving as one of the world’s largest providers of information technology equipment and services. Fujitsu was first formed in 1935, initially operating under the name Fuji Telecommunications Equipment Manufacturing. One of Fujitsu’s early breakthroughs came in 1954 when they produced Japan’s first computer, the FACOM 100. Over the following years, Fujitsu released new generations of such computers, offering various mainframe computers until around 2002.
In 1971, an OEM agreement was signed between Fujitsu and Consolidated Computers Limited (CCL), allowing Fujitsu to distribute Key-Edit, a data entry product by CCL. With such a partnership, Fujitsu was able to make new connections, leading to later acquisitions that would help Fujitsu continue their growth. Leading into the 2000’s, Fujitsu focused on the acquisitions of various companies, purchasing shares to increase their capabilities and market holds. During the turn of the century, Fujitsu continued buyouts while also developing partnerships with various companies. Currently, Fujitsu continues to develop new products, focusing on technologies such as artificial intelligence and supercomputers.
Products, Services, and Platforms
- IT Product and Solutions: Fujitsu offers many products such as client computing devices, peripherals, integrated systems, servers, data storage, security, and more.
- Infrastructure: From customization of IT solutions to infrastructure management, Fujitsu aims to help others with their business.
Fujitsu has partnered with AMD, Consolidated Computers Limited, SAP, Siemens, Microsoft, Reuters Group, VMWare, and others during their operational history. Fujitsu’s subsidiaries include companies such as Fujitsu Marketing Limited, PFU Limited, Fujitsu Fsas Inc., Nifty Corporation, Fujitsu Frontech Ltd., FDK, Fujitsu Fip Corporation, and more.
Fujitsu’s competitors include NEC, Panasonic, Toshiba, Dell, Lenovo, HP, NTT DATA, Hitachi Vantara, CGI and IBM.
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