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Fujitsu has acquired Applied Card Technology, the Chippenham-based smart ticketing firm, for undisclosed terms.
Fujitsu is to create almost 40 new jobs at its IT operations at Alness in the Highlands in 2015.
Fujitsu is to create 20 new jobs at its IT service centre at Easter Ross in the Highlands, and the 25 existing staff are to relocate from the Alness Point Business Park.
Fujitsu is to create 192 new finance, HR and administrative jobs in Derry, as part of a £12m investment.
Fujitsu is planning to relocate about 600 jobs from Reading and Slough to its Bracknell headquarters by 2015.
Fujitsu is to recruit 105 new apprentices at its IT operations in the UK and Ireland over the next two months.
Fujitsu is creating dozens of jobs at a new depot in Wednesbury, in order to expand its broadband network.
Fujitsu is looking to invest up to £2bn in the development of a fibre-optic broadband network for rural homes and businesses across the country.
Fujitsu is to create ten new jobs at its IT support office in Inverness this year.
Fujitsu is to create up to 50 new IT jobs at its office in Londonderry.
Fujitsu Services is to invest £8.8m in the expansion of its IT systems and support business in Northern Ireland, with the creation of 120 jobs in Belfast and 30 in Londonderry.
Fujitsu is to set up a £18m IT services centre in Londonderry with the creation 328 jobs, and a further 74 jobs will be created at its Belfast operation.
Fujitsu is looking to open up to three 150,000 sq ft data centres in the south-east and Midlands, and also wants to consolidate its four Birmingham offices into one 70,000 sq ft building.
Fujitsu is looking to relocate its London headquarters, and sites of up to 40,000 sq ft are being considered.
Fujitsu is planning to relocate 35 staff from the Highland Council headquarters in Inverness to a new office Alness, Easter Ross.
Fujitsu is relocating some of its IT operations from Kidsgrove to a new £8m building at the Crewe Business Park, which will house about 600 staff.
Fujitsu has selected the Laganside area of Belfast as the location for a new £29m telecoms software engineering centre, which will create up to 400 jobs.
Fujitsu is to set up a £29m engineering centre for advanced communication technology products in Belfast, which will employ 400 engineers.
Fujitsu is planning a £7.4m expansion of its Belfast telecommunications switching gear plant, creating 100 jobs.
Fujitsu is setting up a R&D centre in London, employing 20 staff to work on advanced computer design.