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    Great place to work

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    Former Employee - Customer Support  in  Sunnyvale, CA
    Former Employee - Customer Support in Sunnyvale, CA

    I worked at Fujitsu Microelectronics full-time for more than 5 years


    Benefits, opportunities for learning, good people to work with.


    Management can be inconsistent. Also, some employees who really should be fired for being incompetent or hostile get to stay.

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    Applications Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate  in  Yokohama-shi (Japan)
    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Yokohama-shi (Japan)
    Application Details

    I applied in-person. The process took a day - interviewed at Fujitsu Microelectronics in December 2008.

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    We took a web test , in case result is sufficient, you'll be able to taking a interview.

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    • Technology skill is highest standard among FJ group, do you think you can be one of the best stuff among us ?   View Answer
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Headquarters YOKOHAMA, Japan
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $10+ billion (USD) per year
Competitors Toshiba Semiconductor

Fujitsu Semiconductor (formerly Fujitsu Microelectronics) is engaging in the jujitsu competition of the worldwide semiconductor market. Taking a leaf from its electronics peers in Japan, such as NEC and Toshiba, Fujitsu spun off its LSI business as a wholly owned subsidiary in 2008. (LSI is an acronym for "large-scale integration," a term used to describe advanced semiconductors, and is often used to differentiate semiconductor product lines between logic and memory devices.) Fujitsu Semiconductor produces a variety of semiconductors for automotive, consumer, industrial... More

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