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Fujitsu BioSciences Moved to Fujitsu Computer Systems in California

NEW YORK, April 14 (GenomeWeb News) - Fujitsu has moved its BioSciences Group from Fujitsu Americato Fujitsu Computer Systems, which is headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., the company said today.


Fujitsu BioSciences will remain in Westwood, Mass., according to a Fujitsu Computer Systems. No layoffs are associated with the move, she added.


The move "will result in even stronger responsiveness and service for our customers in North Americawho will benefit from improved integration of support and logistics," Takahiro Tsunekawa, vice president of the BioIT Solutions Group, said in the statement.


Fujitsu's BioSciences Group makes hardware and software related to leads, targets, and molecular interactions for the drug-discovery market. Fujitsu Computer Systems is concerned with the design, development and delivery of computer systems and managed services.


Company representatives did not return phone calls for more information by press time.

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