The second oldest IT company after IBM and before Hewlett Packard, Fujitsu was established on June 20, 1935, under the name Fuji Telecommunications Equipment Manufacturing as a spin-off of the Fuji Electric Company. Today, it has become one of the “World’s Most Admired Companies” by Fortune Magazine, a Global 500 Company, and in 2018, it was the world’s 4th-largest IT services provider measured by global IT services revenue.
Launched in January 2016, Fujitsu Network Communications Inc. announced a new suite of layered products to advance Software-Defined Networking (SDN) for carriers, service providers and cloud builders. Virtuora Network Controller (NC) is based on open standards and described by the firm as “a suite of standards-based, multi-layered, multi-vendor network automation and virtualization products that has been hands-on hardened by some of the largest global service providers.
Fujitsu Limited — a Japanese international IT equipment and services company— and its subsidiaries offer a wide range of products and services in the areas of Personal Computing (PC), enterprise computing, Scalable Processor Architecture (SPARC) and mainframe compatible server products, storage products, telecommunications and advanced microelectronics. Headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, the company has approximately 140,000 employees with products and services available in over 100 countries.