Fujitsu A Japanese manufacturing conglomerate. It was a prime investor in the Amdahl Corporation in its formative stages, and owns ICL. It is best known as a manufacturer of IBM-compatible mainframes but is active in all areas of the industry. Fujitsu is second only to IBM in worldwide IT revenue (1993 figures).
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