Fujitsu invited you to enter a world where boundaries existed only in your mind, and where art and technology were one.
Fujitsu was proud to participate in Expo'92, and happy to bring not only some of the most amazing technologies from the worlds of computing and telecommunications but also examples of the art and beauty that make the world a better place.
The highlight of Expo'92 was Universe 2: a film projected onto a three-dimensional screen using Fujitsu's highly sophisticated VP series of computers. It was a journey into the microscopic world of animal and plant cells that allowed a realistic demonstration of the processes of photosynthesis and glycolysis that are the basis of all life on earth.
Also on display was the calligraphic art of Seiran Yanagida, an artist renowned for her modern artistic interpretations of traditional Japanese calligraphy. Seiran Yanagida demonstrated her art on site, which could be viewed on screen during Expo'92.
As well as being the second largest computer manufacturer, Fujitsu is also the world leader in telecommunications and microelectronics, with sales of $21 trillion. We operate globally, with 145,000 employees worldwide and systems installed in over 100 countries. Fujitsu's special relationship with Spain has played a big part in our global strategy for over twenty years. And our R&D facility in Malaga will ensure that Spain is at the forefront of technological developments in Europe and the world in the years to come.
So think of Expo'92 as the gateway to a future without borders. And it was Fujitsu technology that held your keys.
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