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November 24, 1987

FUJITSU BUYS AGAIN IN US

By CBR Staff Writer

Fujitsu Ltd has long been the pioneer among Japanese computer companies in seeking to acquire knowledge about and penetration of foreign markets by acquisition, investment in start-ups, and by joint ventures – and it is not finished yet. It announced yesterday that it has formed a company called Intellistor Inc by acquiring certain assets of Intelligent Storage Inc, a Longmont, Colorado-based engineering company on undisclosed terms. The new Fujitsu America company, 49-employee Intellistor, will specialise in design of controllers and high-performance interfaces for disk and tape drives in Longmont. Fujitsu America says that Intelligent Stor-age was recognised as a leading engineering design firm and had developed products for industry leaders including Memorex. Intelligent Storage and Fujitsu America jointly developed a disk controller with the IPI-3 interface, which is capable of transferring 10Mbytes of data per second between peripheral devices and superminis, a speed previously only available on large mainframes or scientific supercomputers. It was introduced in June.

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