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IMPACT Display Solutions and Fujitsu Join Forces to Fill a Void in North American Motherboard Market

IMPACT Display Solutions has reached an agreement with Fujitsu, to distribute their products in North America. This will allow IMPACT Display Solutions to distribute Fujitsu’s full line of Classic Desktop, Industrial and Extended Lifecycle Motherboards. The alliance will enable customers to manage the effects of Intel’s withdrawal from the motherboard market, help stabilize pricing and ensure availability for North American manufacturers.

“Our partnership with Fujitsu allows Impact Display Solutions to bring a full integration solution to customers for their motherboard, LCD and storage needs,” Ray Ford, Managing Partner for IMPACT Display Solutions said. “Fujitsu brings to the market a well-established brand with a long history of providing quality products. We are very excited to represent Fujitsu and are confident our joint efforts and common values, including superior quality products, outstanding customer service and commitment to the most advanced technologies will benefit customers in the motherboard market.”

Intel previously announced its intention to begin moving away from selling desktop motherboards and refocus on other business units. Along with the partnership with IMPACT Display Solutions, Fujitsu has gained tier-two support from Intel, affording them early access to the latest technology. Fujitsu motherboards support Intel Haswell 4th Generation processors which offer the highest level of performance and power savings.

“Fujitsu is the largest manufacturer of industrial motherboards in EMEA in units sold, and are the second largest supplier in EMEA in terms of revenue. This shows that we also have a lot to offer to the embedded computing industry in North America. Working with quality-focused distributors who are able to counsel and support customers during the selection and design-in process is key to the success of Fujitsu in this field, because embedded applications are highly individual. Therefore, we are happy to work with Impact Display Solutions as our distribution partner in the U.S. market. Their 27-year track record shows that they are just the type of distributor we are looking for,” says Peter Hoser, Sales Director OEM Systemboard at Fujitsu.

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IMPACT Display Solutions:

With 27 years of distribution success, IMPACT Display Solutions offers a tailored approach to customers that need specific custom LCD design. The product offerings for displays include touch screen integration, LED backlight replacement, sunlight readable displays, optical bonding & full kit solutions to customers across the USA and Canada. For more information about IMPACT Display Solutions please visit http://www.impactdisplaysolutions.com/fujitsu.html.

Fujitsu:

Fujitsu’s Motherboards offer many unique features and advanced functions. For over 25 years, motherboards have been developed and produced in Augsburg, Germany. Fujitsu Technology Solutions puts special emphasis on highest product quality, long-term availability and direct technical support direct from the manufacturer. Motherboards by Fujitsu Technology Solutions reliably work in thin clients, servers and complete system solutions for industrial customers.

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