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History

1963

April

  • FACOM Corporation established (headquarters in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo and capitalized at 40 million yen) as an offshoot, 100% capitalized by Fujitsu Limited, of the electronic computing department of Yurin Denki Seiki Corporation established as a special sales agent of Fuji Electric Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (currently FUJI ELECTRIC CO., LTD.) and Fuji Tsushinki Manufacturing Corporation (currently Fujitsu Limited) in March 1949. Yurin Denki Seiki Corporation established Japan's first computer center in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo in November 1956.

1966

November

  • Changes the corporate name to Fujitsu FACOM Corporation.

1976

April

  • Establishes Kitakyushu Data Center Corporation (currently FUJITSU FIP KYUSHU CORPORATION).

October

  • Establishes Tsuzuki FACOM Center Corporation (currently FUJITSU FIP SYSTEMS
    CORPORATION), acquires shares, and participates in management.

1977

November

  • FIP Corporation established (headquarters in Minato-ku, Tokyo and capitalized at
    240 million yen), 100% capitalized by Fujitsu Limited.

1978

January

  • Inherits Fujitsu FACOM Corporation (including employees and facilities) and
    begins operating as a large information processing center.

1980

September

  • Establishes Fukushima FACOM Center Corporation (currently F-COM Company Limited).

November

  • Changes the corporate name to FUJITSU FIP CORPORATION.

1981

December

  • Establishes Kagoshima FACOM Center Corporation (currently FUJITSU FIP KYUSHU
    CORPORATION).

1982

July

  • Inherits the sales role of the TSS business of Fujitsu Limited, and launches TSS services.

October

  • Launches VAN services.

1988

December

  • Receives certification for system integrators.

1989

December

  • Builds and opens the FENICS Tokyo Center, Building 2 (currently the Tokyo Data Center, Building 1) in Kawasaki City.

1992

April

  • Builds the Outsourcing Center (currently the Tokyo Data Center, Building 2) in Kawasaki City.

1995

March

  • Headquarters receives ISO 9001 Quality Assurance certification for system development.

1997

July

  • Moves headquarters from Minato-ku to Koto-ku in Tokyo.

1998

May

  • Opens the Osaka Outsourcing Center (currently the Osaka Senri Data Center, Building A) in Toyonaka City.

September

  • Receives "Privacy Mark" certification from JIPDEC.

October

  • The entire company receives ISO 9001 Quality Assurance certification for system development.

1999

December

  • Headquarters receives ISO 14001 Environmental Management System certification.

2000

June

  • Opens the Business Operation Center in Kawasaki City.

2001

December

  • The entire company receives ISO 14001 Environmental Management System certification.

2002

June

  • Opens the Yokohama Center (currently the Yokohama Kohoku Data Center) in Yokohama City.

September

  • HEIWA INFORMATION CENTER Co., Ltd. becomes a wholly owned subsidiary (currently FUJITSU FIP SYSTEMS CORPORATION).

2003

April

  • Opens the Active Office in Minato-ku, Tokyo.

May

  • Opens the Nagano Outsourcing Center (currently the Nagano Data Center) in Nagano City.

August

  • Opens the Hokkaido Outsourcing Center (currently the Hokkaido Data Center) in Sapporo City.
  • Acquires a general construction permit from MLIT (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport).

2004

January

  • Opens the Kyushu IDC* Center (currently the Kyushu Data Center) in Fukuoka City.
             *IDC : Internet Data Center

July

  • Opens the Tohoku IDC* Center (currently the Tohoku Data Center) in Sendai City.
    *IDC : Internet Data Center

2005

April

  • Acquires licensing for sales and leasing involving the advanced management of medical equipment.

2006

January

  • Opens Building 2 at the Yokohama Center (currently the Yokohama Kohoku Data Center).

December

  • Integrates Kagoshima FACOM Center Corporation and Fukuoka FACOM Center Corporation into a wholly owned subsidiary renamed FUJITSU FIP KYUSHU CORPORATION.

2007

February

  • Opens the BPO Center (currently the Business Support Center) in Ohta-ku, Tokyo.

March

  • Opens the Chushikoku Outsourcing Center (currently the Chushikoku Data Center) in Hiroshima City.

July

  • TFC Corporation becomes a wholly owned subsidiary (currently FUJITSU FIP SYSTEMS CORPORATION).

October

  • Opens the Osaka BPO Center (currently the Osaka Data Center) in Toyonaka City, Osaka.

2009

December

  • Opens the Chubu Outsourcing Center (currently the Chubu Data Center) in Nagoya City.

2010

Feburary

  • Integrates HEIWA INFORMATION CENTER Co., Ltd. and TFC Corporation into one company and renames to FUJITSU FIP SYSTEMS CORPORATION.

December

  • Builds and opens the Yokohama Data Center (currently the Yokohama Data Center, Building A and Building O) in Yokohama City.

2013

April

  • Opens the Osaka Data Center, Building 2 (currently the Osaka Senri Data Center, Building B) in Toyonaka City.

2015

April

  • Integrates and restructures the data center services business with Outsourcing Business Unit, Fujitsu Limited.

May

  • Builds and opens the Yokohama Data Center, Building B in Yokohama City.

2016

May

  • Moves headquarters from Koto-ku to Minato-ku in Tokyo.

2019

April

  • Transfer the datacenter services business to Fujitsu Limited through an absorption-type company split.

May

  • Changes the scope of ISO 14001 Environmental Management System certification from the entire company to headquarters.