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February 22, 1990 | a Times staff writer
Export Sales: Fujitsu America Inc. said it exported $21 million in computer and telecommunications equipment manufactured at its four U.S. production facilities in 1989. The exports included business telephone systems that Fujitsu makes at its Anaheim plant, which were shipped to customers in Australia, South America, Canada, Mexico, Belgium and Taiwan.
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February 27, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Houston Firm Leases Japanese Supercomputer: Fujitsu America Inc. of San Jose announced that it had filled an order by a Houston-based oil field services firm for one of its VPX series supercomputers. Fujitsu America is the U.S.-based subsidiary of Tokyo-based Fujitsu Ltd., one of the world's largest computer companies. It said it had leased its VPX220 model supercomputer for a deal worth $6 million over five years.
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February 27, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Houston Firm Leases Japanese Supercomputer: Fujitsu America Inc. of San Jose announced that it had filled an order by a Houston-based oil field services firm for one of its VPX series supercomputers. Fujitsu America is the U.S.-based subsidiary of Tokyo-based Fujitsu Ltd., one of the world's largest computer companies. It said it had leased its VPX220 model supercomputer for a deal worth $6 million over five years.
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December 8, 1985
Fujitsu America Inc. in San Jose announced the appointment of John Stockford to the newly created position of vice president-sales for the telecommunications division.
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January 22, 1985 | Associated Press
Fujitsu America Inc. announced the $9.5 million purchase of a 120-acre parcel to build a 150,000-square-foot disk drive manufacturing plant that eventually will employ 400 people. Construction of the $25 million plant is scheduled to begin in April or May and could be completed within a year. Production could begin by late 1986, officials said Thursday. Fujitsu America, a subsidiary of Fujitsu Ltd. of Japan, is the second largest producer of disk drives in the United States.
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March 27, 2000 | KIRSTIN DOWNEY GRIMSLEY, WASHINGTON POST
The array of services being proffered to employees has expanded to cover the entire life cycle: Babies: Lactation programs, which offer breast-feeding information and facilities for new mothers to express milk to carry home to their infants, are now available at 6% of large firms, according to a report last year by the Society of Human Resource Management.
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February 22, 1990 | a Times staff writer
Export Sales: Fujitsu America Inc. said it exported $21 million in computer and telecommunications equipment manufactured at its four U.S. production facilities in 1989. The exports included business telephone systems that Fujitsu makes at its Anaheim plant, which were shipped to customers in Australia, South America, Canada, Mexico, Belgium and Taiwan.
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January 18, 1988 | CARLA LAZZARESCHI, Times Staff Writer
From the outside, the plant in Anaheim could belong to any of the hundreds of electronics makers that have found a home in the industrial parks of Orange County. Even on the inside, Fujitsu Business Communications of America resembles a U.S. electronic components manufacturing plant. And that's exactly the look Fujitsu Ltd. has sought for the legion of factories, business offices and laboratories its two American subsidiaries operate throughout the United States.
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