Fujitsu Siemens Computers no longer exists

April 3, 2009, 7:31 am

   The company Fujitsu Siemens Computers has moved to full ownership of the corporation Fujitsu Limited and was renamed Fujitsu Technology Solutions (Holding) B. V. The new company works in conjunction with Fujitsu Services under the overall supervision and under a common brand of Fujitsu. Both companies are expanding portfolio of integrated products, solutions and services targeted to the region EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa).
As noted in the communiqué issued on this occasion a press release, acting together, Fujitsu and Fujitsu Technology Solutions will be able to show to the world market innovative competitive products through optimization of research and development. As part of this collaboration Fujitsu Technology Solutions will be one of the pillars of global research and development, Fujitsu. Fujitsu Technology Solutions Offices located in Munich, Augsburg and Padernborne. In Augsburg planned to combine the efforts of Fujitsu Group to design and develop server-based architecture of Intel. Japanese experts to support the German engineers in the new joint center for research and development.
The company has ambitious goals. According to Fujitsu, the new global approach will enable it to further expand their business. In 2007, the Corporation has already sold 240 thousand servers, with the architecture of Intel. Now, Fujitsu sees this platform as an important component of its product strategy. Already determined the initial goal:by 2010, doubling the sales of such systems and bring it to 500 thousand units.
It was expected that the integration of Fujitsu Technology Solutions in the family of Fujitsu will be easy, since the two companies successfully collaborated with the beginning of its activities.


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