Fujitsu Exec Moves from Japan to Richardson for CEO Role

Fujitsu Network Communications announced that Shingo Mizuno, global head of the Fujitsu Network Business, is transferring from Japan to Richardson to become acting president and CEO of Fujitsu Communications.

The move will strengthen the company’s market presence, Fujitsu said.

Mizuno is replacing Doug Moore, who has been appointed CEO of Fujitsu North America, as of April 1. 

“Communications service providers are facing a radically different business environment, largely created by a convergence of technical and socioeconomic pressures,” Mizuno said in a statement. “To help our customers achieve greater business value, Fujitsu is paving the way to improved digital transformation technologies and open ecosystems.”

Mizuno has been with Fujitsu for 33 years and serves on the board of directors for the IOWN Global Forum, and contributes to industry committees for the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC), Association of Radio Industries and Business (ARIB), Photonics Electronics Technology Research Association (PETRA) and the ITU-Association of Japan.

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