Fujitsu Confirms PC Merger With Lenovo

By TechSecurityChina.com Editor
August 19, 2016

Fujitsu’s president Tatsuya Tanaka says his company hopes to sign a PC business merger agreement with China’s Lenovo before March 31, Canotte Los Angeles Clippers 2017, which is the end of Fujitsu’s financial year.

Tanaka made the remarks during a media interview widely circulated on Chinese websites.

Prior to this, Maglia Blake Griffin rumors floated that Fujitsu and Lenovo were discussing a deal in PC design and manufacturing.

Tanaka also said that information security will become the core of its information technology business. Over the next three years, fjällräven kånken Mini Fujitsu plans to invest USD869 million in IT security research and development. With the cooperation of the two parties, Clayton Kershaw Authentic Jersey Lenovo will focus on Fujitsu’s PC business, nike air max 90 mujer while Fujitsu can focus on enterprise IT services.

With the emergence of smartphones and tablets, the traditional PC market has gradually eroded and the number of Japanese PC makers has been decreasing. Nike Air Max 2016 Heren blauw Traditional Japanese PC makers like Sony and Toshiba previously announced plans to also to withdraw from the PC market because more people use mobile devices. nike tn pas cher In recent years, nike air max 90 pas cher Fujitsu’s PC business also suffered difficulties.

Once Lenovo acquires Fujitsu’s PC business, Inne Buty Adidas the Chinese PC maker may keep the Fujitsu brand.

By forming a partnership with Fujitsu, Lenovo will further expand its market share in the PC sector. asics gel kinsei 4 mujer Lenovo previously made several deals in the PC market,











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