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Picking Poland
May 7, 2015   
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Fujitsu Services decided to open a Global Delivery Center in £ód¼, Poland, after extensive research both in the region and the whole of Poland. Once the center was established and operational (first customer contact received on March 31, 2009), the IT service desk very quickly grew in size, complexity and language capability. Employees are mainly recruited from the local market and, through their hard work and professionalism, they have given the center in £ód¼ a very positive reputation across the Fujitsu group and customer base. Indeed, the center has now extended into other lines of service: Remote Infrastructure Management (RIM), R&D, and Shared Services Center (SSC) Finance. As regards headcount growth, the Global Delivery Center is now at 900 people and still employing staff.

Dave Dean, Head of Fujitsu’s Global Delivery Center in £ód¼

80 Years of Innovation
Fujitsu turns 80 this year—few IT companies to have such a long history.

Fujitsu milestones:

1935—Fujitsu Limited is established in, Tokyo, Japan
1954—Fujitsu unveils Japan’s first relay-type electronic computer, the FACOM 100
1968—Establishes Fujitsu Laboratories
1972—Invests in Amdahl Corporation
1973—Delivers the world’s first satellite communications system
1978—Works with Siemens to introduce Fujitsu mainframe systems to Europe
1979—Becomes the largest computer producer in Japan, ahead of IBM
1981—Fujitsu’s first personal computer introduced
1987—Opens Europe’s most cutting-edge IT facility in Augsburg, Germany
1988—Launches the world’s first commercial ISDN service
1990—Forms a joint-venture with Siemens Nixdorf
1990—Acquires ICL
1991—Acquires Nokia Data
1992—Unveils the world’s first color plasma display
1994—Develops the world’s first multiplayer game console with games played over a network
1997—Acquires Amdahl and DMR
1999—Announces Fujitsu Siemens Computers, a joint-venture with Siemens
2002-2004—Starts providing IT services in Europe as Fujitsu Services
2003—Unveils the PalmSecure biometric authentication system
2005—Introduces the world’s first “electronic paper”
2005—Releases PRIMEQUEST, the world’s most powerful mission-critical server based on Intel architecture
2006—Incorporates TDS into Fujitsu
2008—Introduces Dynamic Infrastructures solutions
2009—Acquires 100-percent stake in Fujitsu Siemens Computers
2009—Releases the world’s first “0-Watt” personal computer that consumes zero energy in sleep mode
2010—Releases the world’s first “0-Watt” server
2011—Launches the world’s fastest supercomputer
2011—Releases the world’s first notebook with a modular bay projector
2012—Develops a new code system that, embedded in video and only perceptible to smartphones, enables smartphone apps to call up more data on a product or service
2014—Develops technology to include ID data in LED light, so that smartphones pointed at lit objects can call up extra information on them
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