Supplier Profile: Fujitsu

Supplier Profile: Fujitsu

In this Fujitsu supplier profile you will find news, tips and research on the vendor.

In this Fujitsu supplier profile you will find a special nine-page report from Computer Weekly which analyses the challenges facing Fujitsu, its financial performance, the services it offers, its place in the IT market and its future strategies.

You will also find up to date news and tips on Fujitsu in addition to further Fujitsu resources and whitepapers from TechTarget’s research library.

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Fujitsu Overview

FujitsuFujitsu manufactures computer products ranging from individual components through to a variety of mobile computing and PC products, server and large mainframes. Its 172,438 employees give it a global presence, although almost two-thirds of its revenue still comes from Japan.

The company started off as the spun-off telecommunications unit of a larger company, Fuji Electric. It released its first mainframes in the 1960s and gradually acquired more mainframe businesses in to the shape of ICL and Amdahl over the subsequent decades. The company had a long standing relationship with Siemens, giving it a first presence in the German market, where it maintains strong ties.

Fujitsu recently restructured and is embarking on a broad plan to integrate its businesses and boost the percentage of revenue that comes from outside of the core Japanese market. It is launching a global initiative to develop and promote a cloud computing presence, which is hoped to boost its presence in markets including Asia-Pacific and North America, where it has been under represented.

Computer Weekly Special Report:Fujitsu

FujitsuThis special nine-page report from Computer Weekly analyses the challenges facing Fujitsu, its financial performance, the services it offers, its place in the IT market and its future strategy. Packed with graphs and diagrams, the report is essential reading for any organisation working with, or thinking of working with, Fujitsu.

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Key facts about Fujitsu

Headquarters: Tokyo
Employees: 173,000 in 70 countries
Established: 1935
Patents: More than 34,000
Customers: More than half the Fortune 500
FY 2009 revenue: Yen 4,679.5bn (£34.32bn)
UK Headquarters
22 Baker Street
London W1U 3BW

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Fujitsu whitepapers and webcasts from TechTarget’s research library

Intel Cloud Builders Reference Architecture: Fujitsu and Building a Cloud Infrastructure
Many businesses many find the cloud beneficial, but deploying and operating a cloud comes with many challenges too. Learn how a piece of new software can help you manage your IT resources in a private cloud.

NetApp, VMware, Cisco, Wyse, Fujitsu 50,000 Seat VMware View deployment
NetApp, VMware, Cisco, Fujitsu, and Wyse partnered to create an architectural design for a 50,000-seat VMware View architecture built on VMware vSphere and NetApp shared storage. In this whitepaper you will find details on the architectural design and partner involvement.

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Fujitsu products and product families


• Micro servers
• Blade servers
• Rack servers
• Tower servers
• Scale-out servers
• High-performance computing
• Sever, storage and network solutions
• 19in rack technology
• System management
• Operating system
• Green IT and performance
• SPARC/Solaris-based severs

More about Fujitsu servers


• Eternus DX Disk storage
• Eternus LT tape storage
• Eternus CS data protection appliances
• Storage subsystems
• Network
• Storage software

More about Fujitsu storage

PCs and notebooks

• Notebooks and tablet PCs
• Zero clients
• Thin clients
• PCs
• Workstations
• Displays
• Scanners, biometrics, printers

More about Fujitsu PCs and notebooks


• Port replicator
• Power
• Input devices
• Security
• Connectivity
• Storage
• Multimedia
• Carrying cases

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Cloud services

• Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS)
• Platform-as-a-service (PaaS)
• Software-as-a-service (SaaS)

Cloud services (continued)
• Desktop virtualisation (WaaS)
• Enterprise cloud application services

More about Fujitsu cloud services

Key executives at Fujitsu

Fujitsu UK Executives

• Duncan Tait

UK executive chairman
• Roger Gilbert

Non-executive co-chairman, Fujitsu Telecommunications Europe
• Simon P Blagden

CEO, Fujitsu Telecommunications Europe Ltd
• Andy Stevenson

Co-chair, Fujitsu Telecommunications Europe Ltd
• Stephen Blagden

CFO, Fujitsu Telecommunications Europe Ltd
• Akio Taruta

Director, Fujitsu Telecommunications Europe Ltd
• Hiroshi Nagatomi

Director, Fujitsu Telecommunications Europe Ltd
• Akihisa Kamata

Key Japan Executives

• Michiyoshi Mazuka

• Masami Yamamoto

Corporate senior executive vice president
• Richard Christou
• Kasuo Ishida
• Masami Fujita
• Hideyuki Saso
• Kenji Ikegai

Key UK Customers

• Arriva Trains Northern

• Bolton Council

• British Army

• British Telecom

• British Waterways

• Cabinet Office

• Cafcass

• Cornwall Council

• Imperial Tobacco

• Courts Service of Ireland

• Mersey Travel

• Ministry of Defence

• Newport Council

• Vodafone

• Whitbread

• Specsavers

• HM Treasury

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