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Fujitsu  Profile

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Fujitsu  Company Overview

Fujitsu's long experience in electronic device technology has led the company to the forefront of system-on-chip technology. Fujitsu is putting particular emphasis on embedded processors for automobiles and security-related products, such as fingerprint sensors. Fujitsu also supplies specialized chips and components, including compound semiconductors used in optical communications applications. Fujitsu offers electronic devices for the broadband Internet market in fields such as network/mobile devices for mobile, automotive, SOHO infrastructures; digital consumer electronics such as digital TVs and set-top boxes, and information devices such as PCs, servers, and their peripherals.

Fujitsu  Products

The types of products manufactured by Fujitsu include ASICs, Accel Arrays, WiMAX, Microcontrollers, Biometric Sensors, Networking ASSPs, Wireless ASSPs, Graphics Display Controllers, Memory ICs, Lightwave Components, Optoelectronics Components, Microwave Components, Connectors, Relays, Resistive Touch Panels, KVM Switches, Keyboard, Mouse and Pointing Devices, Thermal Printers, and Optical Modules.

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