Fujitsu Technology Solutions

The Fujitsu Technology Solutions (FTS ) is a subsidiary of the Japanese Fujitsu kabushiki - gaisha. It emerged as the successor company of Fujitsu Siemens Computers.


Fujitsu Siemens Computers was established on October 1, 1999 through the merger of Fujitsu Siemens Computers Europe and the computer system, the successor company of Siemens Nixdorf Informationssysteme (SNI). FSC was a joint venture of the two parent companies Fujitsu and Siemens, who were involved to 50 percent, with Fujitsu itself originated from a former joint venture of Siemens, to which even the syllable ji for Siemens points. Siemens announced on 4 November 2008 made ​​public, its shares for sale to Fujitsu for around 450 million euros to 1 April 2009. Since then, the company distributes products worldwide under the brand name only "Fujitsu ".

Company Profile

FTS is the largest European computer company and has several offices in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Global Accounts are managed with the support of networks of the parent company Fujitsu. The head office is in Munich.

The spectrum ranges from the netbook to mainframe computer systems and complete IT infrastructure solutions. Manufacturing facilities are Augsburg, Paderborn and Sömmerda. A special feature are the products developed and manufactured in Augsburg motherboards. In addition, Fujitsu is active in IT outsourcing.

In November 2011, Fujitsu introduced its SaaS platform " Business Solution Store". It is a cloud platform, the software providers offers an international distribution channel. Meanwhile, the platform has been renamed Fujitsu Cloud Store and also to third-party applications added their own products. The applications are marketed in this model as a software -as- a-service.

The company operates a global collaboration with Fujitsu, refers, inter alia, the UNIX server systems, which are also offered by Sun Microsystems since 2004.

April 1, 2006 FTS bought the service division of SBS (Siemens Business Services, now part of Atos ) with about 4500 employees. This was first incorporated as a legally independent IT Product Services in the Group. April 1, 2007 ITPS went completely in FTS.

From 3 November 2008 to 23 June 2010 was Kai Flore CEO of FTS (until April 2009: Fujitsu Siemens Computers ). He was with the company since inception in 1999 and initially worked as CFO as Financial Director of the German sales organization, then from 2003. From 1 October 2010 to October 31, 2012 Rolf Schwirz had the lead. Since November 1, 2012 Rod G Vawdrey leads as interim CEO the company.

Fujitsu Technology Solutions employs in Europe, Africa and the Middle East around 13,000 people.

In addition, the Fujitsu Technology Solutions GmbH in Augsburg also operates a private, independent, accredited testing laboratory that performs tests and worldwide approvals for both internal and external customers.

Center for Tests and Compliance

Since 1993, the Center for Tests and Compliance examined with its 30 employees every year in around 2,500 projects products in terms of:

  • EMC ( electromagnetic compatibility),
  • Product safety,
  • Energy consumption,
  • Integration of wireless components,
  • Worldwide Certifications and Approvals,
  • Thermography,
  • Climate impact,
  • Mechanical, packaging, noise and wear testing.

About a quarter of these are devices from other manufacturers whose functionality and much more under real operating conditions according to customer requirements and compliance with international standards, such as CE, FCC, Blue Angel, Nordic Swan, is tested.


  • Personal computer AMILO Desktop
  • AMILO Notebook
  • AMILO Mini
  • LIFEBOOK ( P, T )
  • PRIMERGY ( x86)
  • ETERNUS CS High End
  • BS2000 ( BS2000 )
  • VPP Vector Parallel Processor: VX, VPP300, VPP700 and VPP5000
  • Displays Computer Monitors: AMILO Display
  • P Line