Fujitsu K. K. (Japanese富士 通 株式会社, Fujitsu kabushiki - gaisha, Eng. Fujitsu Limited) is an unlisted in the Nikkei 225 index of Japanese technology group. Focus of products and services are information technology, telecommunications, semiconductors and networks.

Fujitsu Group in Europe

In Europe, Fujitsu is represented by the following subsidiaries in the market:

  • Fujitsu Services
  • Fujitsu Technology Solutions (FTS )
  • Fujitsu Telecommunications Europe
  • Fujitsu Software
  • Fujitsu Systems Europe
  • Fujitsu Ten
  • Fujitsu Europe
  • Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe ( FSEU ).

In Germany, Fujitsu and production sites in Augsburg, Berlin, Dresden, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Laatzen, Mannheim, Munich, Nuremberg, Paderborn, Sömmerda, Stuttgart and Walldorf.

Origin of the name Fujitsu

1935, the company in Tokyo as a manufacturer of phone accessories under the name of Fuji Tsushinki Seizo (富士 通信 机 制造) was founded. It originated from the communication range of Fuji Denki Seizo KK (富士 电机 制造 株式会社, Eng Fuji Electric Company, today. Fuji Denki Holdings), which in turn was a joint venture between the Furukawa Denki Kōgyō (古河 电 気 工业) with the German company Siemens. The name Fuji was here composed of Furukawa and Jīmensu (Japanese for the pronunciation of Siemens [ zi: mens ] ). 1967, the name Fuji Tsushinki Seizo was shortened to Fujitsu. Until 1961 there was the logo that the company shared with its parent company, also from a circled, überlagterten "f" and "S" - as a symbol of the two joint venture partners of the parent company.



Fujitsu Green IT held a pioneering role in the field. In the Greenpeace Cool IT leaderboard Fujitsu occupied together with Ericsson Place 3 of 21 ( of Feb. 2012). This ranking evaluates the effort of the largest global IT companies in the fight against climate change. This clean IT products and solutions, the energy consumption and emissions, and the political influence of companies are examined.