The slogan "The possibilities are infinite" can be found below the company's logo on major advertising and ties up with the small logo above the letters J and I of the word Fujitsu. This smaller logo, (∞), represents the symbol for infinity.
In 1990 Fujitsu took over International Computers Limited (ICL) in the UK, ultimately becoming Fujitsu Services in 2002. Fujitsu Service's business is helping its customers realize the value of information technology through the application of consulting, systems integration and managed service contracts. It serves customers in the private and public sectors across Europe including retail, financial services, health care and Government.
From February 1989 until the Summer of 1997 Fujitsu built the FM Towns PC variant. It started as a proprietary PC variant intended for multimedia applications and computer games, but later became more compatible with regular PCs. In 1993, the FM Towns Marty was released, a gaming console compatible with the FM Towns games.
Amdahl became a wholly owned subsidiary of Fujitsu in 1997 and with it the DMR consulting group, based in Canada.
Plasma displays In 1992, Fujitsu introduced the world's first 21-inch full-color display. It was a hybrid, based upon the plasma display created at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and NHK STRL, achieving superior brightness. Many people will be familiar with Fujitsu through such consumer products - they are sold through a subsidiary joint venture company Fujitsu General, along with air conditioners.
In October 2004, Fujitsu's Australian subsidiary buys the Australian arm of Atos Origin, a systems implementation company specializing in SAP.
In October 2007 Fujitsu Launches its new $10 Million Facility In Noida.
In October 2007 Fujitsu's Australia & New Zealand subsidiary buys Infinity Solutions Ltd, a New Zealand IT hardware, services and consultancy company.
Fujitsu intends to invest an additional $10 million in India towards infrastructure and resources within the next 18 months.
By 2009, Fujitsu Consulting India expects more than 100 per cent growth in its employee base in India.
History specific to Fujitsu Consulting, the US-based subsidiary of Fujitsu Limited
In 1973 Company incorporation. Office opened in Montreal, Que., Canada as DMR.
From 1974 To 1984 Expansion across Canada over a decade: Ottawa, Quebec City, Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary, Saint John, Halifax, Fredericton, Vancouver, Victoria.
In 1976 Company completed first major assignment, project management of the results systems for the Montreal Olympic Games.
From 1981 To 1991 International expansions over a decade: United States, Australia, Europe
In 1985 TRECOM Business Systems Inc.-to be acquired by Amdahl Corporation in 1996 and folded into DMR in 1997-created by Frank Casagrande, S. Russell Powell and Emanuel Arturi.
In 1988 DMR Productivity Plus, a systems development method, launched as a commercial product.
In 1994 Commercial versions of DMR Macroscope products formally launched.
In 1995 DMR Consulting was acquired by Amdahl Corporation (now Fujitsu IT Holdings, Inc.), then an international solutions-oriented supplier of high-quality information processing systems, software and services.
In 1996 Amdahl purchased TRECOM Business Systems Inc., an IT services firm-located mainly in the greater New Jersey and New York City areas-that focused primarily on telecommunications. As a result, DMR Consulting Group Inc.-made up of DMR and TRECOM Business Systems, Inc.-was formed at the dawn of 1997.
In 1997 TRECOM Business Systems Inc. becomes part of the U.S. Division of DMR.
In 1997 Fujitsu Limited acquires Amdahl Corporation and thus DMR.
In 2002 DMR Consulting officially became Fujitsu Consulting Inc. on April 1.
In 2003 Fujitsu Consulting acquires MULTIPRO Services Conseil.
In 2004 Fujitsu Consulting becomes a North American operation on April 1.
In 2004 Fujitsu Consulting acquires Cendera.
In June 2005 Fujitsu Consulting acquires BORN Information Services.
In February 2006 Fujitsu Consulting acquires GIM Risk Management.
In February 2006 Fujitsu Consulting acquires Greenbrier & Russel.
In March 31 2006 Fujitsu Consulting acquired North American based company Rapidigm. In India it has offshore divisions at Noida, Pune, Hyderabad and Bangalore with Pune being the head office. It is known as Fujitsu Consulting India Limited.
In September 2007 Fujitsu Consulting acquires OKERE, Inc., a New York City-based consulting and IT services company.
Note: For European, African and Middle Eastern markets, these products are manufactured and marketed by Fujitsu-Siemens Computers (50% joint venture).
In the movie Scary Movie 4 there is a dialog between Cindy and the ghost boy. The parody has them talking in Japanese, but in reality they are just using Japanese brand names, and other popular Japanese terms. The dialog ends with Cindy yelling "Fujitsu" while telling the ghost boy to "wait.
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