Fujitsu's FACOM100 was Japan's first relay-type automated computer. Surrounding the FACOM100 are Toshio Ikeda, the Fujitsu engineer known as"Mr. Computer" in Japanese computer history, and Dr. Hideki Yukawa, winner of the Nobel Prize in physics. Telecommunications equipment was Fujitsu's core business at the time and the FACOM100 used telephone switches.
Type 4 telephone set
Signing agreement with Siemens AG
PPM Radio Device
Vtype coatial cable transmission
Multiplex Radio Device (2GHz / FM)
Cross-bar type Switching System C30A
Fujitsu has inspired many of the enabling breakthroughs in information and communication technologies over the last century or so. Here you can find out more about the major product and development milestones that shaped company history.
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