About Fujitsu

Fujitsu is a leading IT-based business solutions provider for the global marketplace.
With approximately 170,000 employees supporting customers in more than 100 countries, Fujitsu combines a worldwide corps of systems and services experts with highly reliable computing and communications products and advanced microelectronics to deliver added value to customers. Headquartered in Tokyo,Fujitsu is the fourth largest global IT
services  & computing systems provider.

Emphasizing the company’s commitment to sustainability and the environment, Fujitsu is included in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Indexes and in the FTSE4Good Index.
As a member of the UN Global Compact, Fujitsu promotes responsible management as a global company while helping to build a more sustainable society.

The Fujitsu Way embodies the philosophy of the Fujitsu Group, articulates the Group’s overarching values, and defines concrete principles and a code of conduct that Group employees follow in their daily business activities. The Fujitsu Way will facilitate management innovation and promote a unified direction for the Group as we expand our global business activities.

The Group has also formulated a Business Policy that outlines the medium-term direction of Fujitsu’s businesses as defined by the Fujitsu Way.
This policy serves as the basis for all Group business activities.

Employees aim to contribute to enhanced corporate value for the Fujitsu Group and to the well-being of the global and local societies in which we operate.


Key facts about the Fujitsu Group

■   Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan

■   President: Masami Yamamoto

■   Established: 1935

■   169.000 employees

■   Net sales : 4,381.7 billion yen (US$46,614 million)

■   R&D Expenditure : 231,0 billion yen (Approx 5.3% of Sales)

■   Supporting customers in more than 100countries

■   Research facilities: Japan, US, UK,Germany, Singapore, China

■   Manufacturing locations: Japan, Asia,Europe, North America


Key facts about Fujitsu Technology Solutions

■   Fujitsu’s biggest international entity

■   Regional responsibility: ContinentalEurope, Middle East, Africa, India

■   40% of Fujitsu’s international business

■   Group net revenue Fiscal Year 2013: €m4,195.7

■   13,000 employees

■   R&D spend: €m 141.9


Global Service and Delivery capabilities 

■   a service delivery model with price com­petitiveness that leverages its Global Delivery Centers (GDC) and Regional Delivery Centers(RDC),

■   Offshore/near-shore service bases located in 11coun­tries around the world.

■   Fujitsu has a strong global presence with more than100 data centers worldwide.

Global Services and capabilities follow the sun


Research and Development

Fujitsu’s R&D policy is to pursue the latest in technology for next-generation services, computer servers and networks, as well as the various electronic devices and materials which serve as building blocks for IT products. This policy supports the company’s overarching goals of creating new value for customers.


Key facts

■   1,500 research scientists

■   14,000 development engineers worldwide

■   102,000 patents, 5.2%R&D total, 6.4% at FTS


R&D areas

■   Cloud computing

■   Platform technology

■   Green technology (e.g. PRIMERGY TX120 – highly energy efficient server; Micro Manager for datacenter cooling)

■   Human-centric computing

■   LTE (Long Term Evolution) solutions

■   Systems & business process visualization technology


Fujitsu’s key milestones: driving technology and services innovations


1935    Fujitsu Limited established, Tokyo, Japan

1954    Japan’s first automated electronic computer the FACOM 100

1972    Start of co-development with Amdahl Corporation

1978    Cooperation with Siemens to market Fujitsu mainframes in Europe

1979    Fujitsu surpassed IBM Japan, becoming the top computer developer in  the Japanese market

1987    Augsburg, most modern IT factory in Europe, opened

1990    Joint Venture Siemens Nixdorf

1990    ICL acquisition (80%)

1991    Nokia  Data acquisition

1997    Amdahl  & DMR acquisitions

1999    Fujitsu Siemens Computers JV established

2002    Introduction of TRIOLE platform integration strategy for IT optimization

2002 to 2004    IT services businesses in Europe (ICL, DMR, Amdahl) integrated as  Fujitsu Services

2006    TDS becomes a Fujitsu company

2008    Introduction  Dynamic Infrastructures

2009    Global Business Group operations united as Fujitsu under Richard Christou, new transnational model

2009    Acquisition of all shares in JV Fujitsu Siemens Computers. Renamed  Fujitsu Technology Solutions

2009    Global Business Group operations united as Fujitsu under Richard  Christou, new transnational model

2011    Launch of the most powerful server in the world  Fujitsu K-Computer


Driving technology and services innovations


Sustainability key milestones: creating value through environmental commitment

■   Sustainable manufacturing

■   Not just green:Sustainable life cycle management

■   Use of renewable materials

■   Re-marketing, reuse, recycling since 1988

■   Leadership and innovation in energy efficiency

■   0-Watt on standby, etc.

■   Fujitsu developed the formula for carbon footprint calculation

■   Research for smart networks

■   For greater energy efficiency in data centers, regulation of water use in agriculture, prediction of traffic patterns, etc.

Fujitsu´s sustainability journey


A strong global partner eco system 

Fujitsu’s strong alliances with leading global players create an ecosystem of people, solutions and services for our customers.

Fujitsu´s Partnerships
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