Fujitsu Logo – Fujitsu (is a company Japan specializing in the area of semiconductors, computers (supercomputers, personal computers, servers ), telecommunications , and services. Its capital is located in Tokyo . The company was established in 1935 under the name Fuji Tsushinki Seizo, a spinoff of the Fuji Electric Company, which in turn was a joint venture between the Furukawa Electric Company and the German industrial conglomerate Siemens . Belonging to the Zaibatsu Furukawa allowed out almost unscathed from the occupation of Japan after World War II .
In 1954 Fujitsu manufactured the first Japanese computer, the FACOM 100 , and in 1961 the transistorized FACOM 222 . In 1967 the company name was officially changed to contraction Fujitsu . In Spain it is Secoinsa the March 2 of 1975 among Telefónica , the INI and Fujitsu, from Telefonica’s purchase of six computers Fujitsu M-190 in 1974 , both to service the equipment to enter the computer market and technology. In 1977 ends its factory in Spain, allowing supply with equipment manufactured locally (until then largely covered by imports) and a proven technology in Japan. His Secoinsa FM-7 equip the Athena project first attempt to computerize the Spanish schools. Throughout his life has an important participation in business networks. Finally, in 1986 Fujitsu becomes the majority shareholder with 60%, becoming a subsidiary of Fujitsu Secoinsa.
In 1990 Fujitsu takes control of International Computers Limited (ICL) in England , which will become Fujitsu Services in 2002 . Spain is part of Fujitsu Fujitsu Services, the leading IT services organization Fujitsu Europe, with operations in mainland Europe, based in the UK, annual revenues of more than 2,800 million euros and 15,200 employees in 2005. In 1999 he created a division that manufactures computer products with Siemens called Fujitsu-Siemens .