- Corporate Profile
- About Fujitsu in Hong Kong
- Brand and Value
- Corporate Activities
Here you can browse through the telecommunications equipment, computers, semiconductors and other major product breakthroughs, as well as solution services, from Fujitsu's history. Each area is broken down into individual categories.
Starting out in 1935 as a telecommunications equipment manufacturer, Fujitsu began making switching systems and transmission equipment to support telephone service networks. Over time, the equipment took on new and various forms as these telecommunication networks began to be used not only for telephone services, but for the transmission of computer data as well.
In 1954, Fujitsu used a device called a relay from its telephone switching systems, which were its main product at the time, to develop Japan's first practical relay-type computer, the FACOM 100. The era of general-purpose computer equipment continued for some time after this, and Fujitsu grew to become Japan's leading computer manufacturer. As telecommunication networks and semiconductor technology became increasingly sophisticated, a wide variety of computers began to appear, including business computers designed for office work automation, word processors specialized for creating documents, and small-sized, full-featured personal computers.
Computers and telecommunications equipment use many different parts, including semiconductors and electronic components. This section features the semiconductors and electronic components which have supported Fujitsu products.
In order to resolve the highly diverse, operation-specific issues faced by customers in different business fields, Fujitsu provides solution services which offer total support from consulting to system construction and management.
History of Fujitsu
Over the years, Fujitsu has gone from strength to strength, preempting and pioneering defining moments in the history of information and communication technologies. You can read about the key milestones in the company's history here.
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