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|PrintPartner 10||PrintPartner 10i||PrintPartner 10V||PrintPartner 10W|
|PrintPartner 12V||PrintPartner 14||PrintPartner 14ADV||PrintPartner 14AV|
|PrintPartner 14Net||PrintPartner 14PRO||PrintPartner 14V||PrintPartner 16ADV|
|PrintPartner 16DV||PrintPartner 20 BDV||PrintPartner 20W|
|VM 600||VM 600E|
With a history spanning the better-part of the 20th century, Fujitsu Ltd. is one of the largest manufacturers of microelectronics and telecommunications components for the IT industry. Established by the Furukawa Electric Company, in cooperation with German engineering firm Siemens, the Fuji Electric Company spun-off in 1935 becoming the Fuji Telecommunications Equipment Manufacturing, better known as Fujitsu. Today, Fujitsu is the largest IT provider in Japan and the third largest in the world specializing in consumer electronics, plasma TVs, notebook computers and printers.
Originally a telecommunications provider and consultant, Fujitsu has expanded its business operations numerous times in the past 80 years to incorporate computers, consumer electronics, digital printers and point-of-sale technology into its product portfolio. Worldwide, Fujitsu is one of the largest providers of IT equipment for the retail, government and financial sectors, and the company is constantly making new acquisitions. Fujitsu is known for iconic products that are fondly remembered by the industry and product users, such as the FM Towns gaming tower produced between the mid-1980s and 1990s
In the 1990s, Fujitsu grew tremendously along with the booming tech industry. By acquiring International Computers Ltd. in 1990, Fujitsu strategically developed its consulting division and contracts for managed IT services. Always on the cutting edge, Fujitsu became the first company to produce a commercially viable flat-screen plasma television back in 1992. The company increased profitability in 1993 by entering a joint manufacturing agreement with semiconductor specialist AMD. Together, the two companies formed Spansion, a firm specializing in the production of flash memory for electronic devices.
By the end of the 1990s, Fujitsu partnered with Siemens once again to become the largest hardware and IT firm in Europe. Ten years later, Fujitsu bought-out Siemens to become the sole-owner of Fujitsu Technology Solutions. Today, the company employs close to 200,000 workers at offices in 70 countries. Traditionally, Fujitsu has had a strong presence in the retail sector supplying point-of-sale technology, thermal receipt printers and a variety of other IT equipment.
In addition to a full line of specialty printers, including inkjets, laser printers and thermal receipt printers, Fujitsu also produces ink cartridges and refills for their specialty photo printers, fax machines and digital desktop printers. Intended for commercial and professional use as well as discerning home users, Fujitsu printers are designed to deliver high-quality results. Today, consumers can enjoy the reliability and quality of Fujitsu printers and copiers without paying top-dollar for ink and toner from the original equipment manufacturer. With affordable ink refills and remanufactured printer and toner cartridges, consumers can enjoy the cartridge compatibility and print quality of Fujitsu ink cartridges without the high cost or negative effects on the environment.
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