Fujitsu Semiconductor has faced a difficulties with it's sales environment, as well as an extremely competitive market place. This has forwarded the company to look for a stronger foundation for their portfolio of semiconductor products. This initiated the process for the transfer of ownership of it's assembly plants and test facilities.
In February, Fujitsu decided to start a company that will operate as an independent company with a Panasonic Partnership. Fujitsu is considering numerous options with the aim of offering a stable supply of products to customers through its micro-controller and analog device businesses.
Their plan to expand and create robust stability include:
- Integration with Panasonic's System LSI Business
- Launch new products in the Microcontroller and Analog Device Business
- Fujitsu Semiconductor's New Direction and Business Restructuring
Gary Fowler, Executive Technology Recruiter, Analog Solutions, Semiconductor Industry, Angela Hood, Shane Todd, Shawn Fowler