February 27, 1993 |
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.
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.
January 22, 1985 |
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.
March 27, 2000 |
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.