162.35.0.0/16

AS11363 Fujitsu America Inc.

162.35.0.0/16 - FMI

FMI

Fujitsu Microelectronics

AS11363 Fujitsu America Inc.

United States

arin

Whois Details

NetHandle:      NET-162-35-0-0-1
OrgID:          FUJITS-3
Parent:         NET-162-0-0-0-0
NetName:        FMI
NetRange:       162.35.0.0 - 162.35.255.255
NetType:        assignment
RegDate:        1992-07-20
Updated:        2002-04-03
TechHandle:     ZI100-ARIN
Source:         ARIN


OrgID:          FUJITS-3
OrgName:        Fujitsu Microelectronics
CanAllocate:    
Street:         3545 North First Street
City:           San Jose
State/Prov:     CA
Country:        US
PostalCode:     95134
RegDate:        1992-07-20
Updated:        2011-09-24
OrgAbuseHandle: ZI100-ARIN
OrgAdminHandle: ZI100-ARIN
OrgTechHandle:  ZI100-ARIN
Source:         ARIN


POCHandle:      ZI100-ARIN
IsRole:         Y
LastName:       IT
FirstName:      
Street:         3545 North First Street
City:           San Jose
State/Prov:     CA
Country:        US
PostalCode:     95134
RegDate:        2002-04-03
Updated:        2010-07-12
OfficePhone:    +1-408-922-9608
Mailbox:        vbell@fma.fujitsu.com
Source:         ARIN

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