Fujitsu ends its history in workstation domain

The pioneer of, and in, the workstation industry.

Jon Peddie

Fujitsu’s workstation group, with a rich history of over 30 years, developed powerful systems based on MIPS and Unix. They later shifted to Intel/Windows NT with the Celsius 1. Over the years, they achieved several milestones, including the world’s first mobile workstation, AMD Opteron-based workstation, and smallest VR-ready workstation. Fujitsu formed a joint venture with Lenovo in 2017 for PC development. However, in August 2023, Fujitsu announced its exit from the client computing devices business in Europe, focusing on sustainability transformation and digital innovation. This decision was influenced by the challenge of competing with Lenovo’s mass production advantages. The Fujitsu

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