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  1. Kyocera to construct new development centre at Shiga Yasu Campus in Japan

    • Corporate

    New centre will consolidate production engineering and development across divisions, improving production capabilities and training for engineers.

    Drastic changes in the business environment now compel manufacturers to implement new strategies for raising productivity and improving product quality by deploying AI and robots; tackling carbon neutrality; and training employees to master digital t...

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  2. Announcement of the 2023 Kyoto Prize Laureates

    • Corporate

    The Kyoto Prize 2023 goes to a basic scientist, to an advanced technologist and to a painter and video artist.

    Each laureate will receive a diploma, the Kyoto Prize medal (20K gold), and prize money of 100 million yen (currently approx. €685,000). This year’s Prize goes to the following three individuals: Ryuzo Yanagimachi, Professor Emeritus at the Universit...

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  3. Books by Kyocera founder Kazuo Inamori exceed 25 million printed copies worldwide

    • Corporate

    Readers find unique insights on navigating life and business.

    25 million copies worldwide Inamori’s first book, “Elevate Your Mind and Expand Your Business,” was published in 1989. His subsequent works include 55 publications authored, and 18 co-authored, with translations in 19 languages. Inamori’s titles reac...

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  4. Kyocera acquires BFT and GSB, German-based cutting tool manufacturers for oscillation machining

    • Corporate
    • Industrial Tools

    Background and objectives Kyocera Unimerco offers complete solutions for tool manufacturing, including a wide range of cutting tools and services. The focus is on indexable tools and PCD, solid carbide round tools for milling, drilling, and turning a...

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  5. Kyocera to acquire construction site in Japan for new smart factory

    • Corporate
    • Fine Ceramic Components
    • Semiconductor Components

    Most state-of-the-art Kyocera facility will be constructed on about 15 hectares in Isahaya, Nagasaki Prefecture, to feature new automotive and communication innovations.

    Construction begin in October 2023 Kyocera, which is reinvesting in its existing factories both in Japan and abroad, decided to build the new plant in December 2022 after determining that rising market demand will require additional production capabi...

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  6. Launch of the new KYOCERA Fineceramics Europe GmbH website

    • Corporate
    • Fine Ceramic Components

    An informative website with a clear layout and a modern design.

    A redesigned website to maximise accessibility The website can be found under the new domain www.kyocera-fineceramics.de and brings together the various pre-existing websites. “In parallel with the internal reorganisation of KYOCERA Fineceramics Euro...

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  7. Kyocera named among "Top 100" Global Innovators for 7th year by Clarivate

    • Corporate

    Kyocera Corporation announced today that it has been recognized as a Top 100 Global InnovatorTM 2023 by Clarivate, a global leader in connecting people and organizations to intelligence that transforms the world. This year marks Kyocera Corporation’s seventh appearance on the list, including consecutive listings in 2022 and 2023.

    This year’s list includes organizations from 12 countries and regions. Asia continues to extend its leadership in the global innovation ecosystem with 58 organizations, four more than last year. Japan tops the list once again with 38 organization...

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  8. KYOCERA Fineceramics Europe GmbH builds a new campus in Mannheim

    • Corporate
    • Fine Ceramic Components

    Regional anchoring and clear commitment to the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region. On 1st March 2023, KYOCERA Fineceramics Europe GmbH starts the construction of a new administration, production and logistics building in Mannheim. With the creation of the North Campus, the company has reached another milestone in its corporate history.

    Building in ecological and economic balance As a developer and manufacturer of high-performance ceramics, Kyocera has set itself the goal of reconciling ecology and economy and is committed to environmental management. In the past, Kyocera has alread...

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  9. Kyocera launches new “We Love Engineers” brand campaign

    • Corporate

    New video honors world’s engineers who innovate in their own unique style.

    Video: Click here or visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaOdvhxrfls Kyocera’s new brand campaign: “We Love Engineers” Engineers’ daily efforts to enrich everybody’s life Kyocera was founded in 1959 by an engineer — the late Dr. Kazuo Inamori, who...

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  10. Kunihiko Ueki newly appointed as President of KYOCERA Europe GmbH

    • Corporate

    Ueki started his career with Kyocera in 1992 in the Corporate Ceramics Materials Semiconductor Components Group, where he held several managerial positions in Japan and in Europe. He was dispatched three times to Europe and stayed in Germany for seve...

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  11. Kyocera selected for inclusion in Dow Jones Sustainability Asia-Pacific Index for second consecutive year

    • Corporate

    The DJSI is an index jointly developed by S&P Dow Jones Indices LLC in the United States and Robeco Holding B.V. (“RobecoSAM”) in Switzerland in 1999. The index evaluates companies from the perspective of Environment, Social and Governance (ESG)...

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  12. Kyocera plans new manufacturing plant in Japan’s Nagasaki Prefecture by 2026

    • Corporate
    • Semiconductor Components

    Company envisions up to 1,000 jobs in Isahaya City as other sites near full capacity.

    High level of investment Kyocera aims to achieve sales of JPY 2 trillion (around 13.755 billion Euro) in its current fiscal year (ending March 31, 2023) and has set a long-term sales target of JPY 3 trillion (around 20.628 billion Euro) by the fiscal...

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  13. Kyocera develops new GaN laser chip, world’s smallest* to be mass-produced from silicon working substrate

    • Corporate

    Company unveils new process to create functioning 100 micron length micro-light sources with higher yield, lower cost — enabling short cavity lasers and micro-LEDs for autonomous driving, AR, and VR applications.

    100 micron long laser developed by Kyocera Left: micro LED, right: 100 micron long laser What is a micro-light source? A “Micro-light source” is a light source with a side measuring less than 100 microns (1/10th of a millimeter). Examples include sho...

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  14. Kyocera develops world’s first* Automotive Night Vision System with white and near-infrared light diodes integrated into a single GaN laser device

    • Corporate

    Solution combines RGB-NIR sensors and proprietary image-fusion AI technology for safer driving, better visibility at night and in inclement weather.

    Kyocera’s Automotive Night Vision features the first headlight in the world that can emit both white (RGB) and near-infrared (NIR) light on the same optical axis; this allows higher accuracy object recognition than alternative technologies. The syste...

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  15. Kyocera’s new “On-Board Optics Module” achieves world-record bandwidth, reduces power consumption for data centers

    • Corporate
    • Semiconductor Components

    Prototype in development sets world-record 512 Gbps bandwidth*.

    Kyocera’s prototype module is miniaturized for installation on a printed circuit board near the processor, allowing electronic data to be converted into optical signals instantaneously. In addition, the product is designed to create unprecedented imp...

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  16. Kyocera introduces new human augmentation technology prototypes in Japan with advanced AI to enhance human abilities

    • Corporate

    The Company introduces the first 3 human augmentation solutions: Walk Sensing and Coaching, Physical Avatar, and Auditory Augmentation Devices.

    Introducing Mai, Kyocera's new human augmentation concept The Future Design Laboratory of Kyocera's R&D division launched the new Mai concept for human augmentation. The laboratory’s mission is to “Contribute to a safer and more prosperous ...

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  17. Kyocera’s high performance components work reliably – even in the most demanding environments

    • Corporate
    • Fine Ceramic Components

    Hydrogen is an upcoming energy carrier regarding future solutions in many fields, Kyocera’s components’ excellent mechanical robustness and hermetic sealing technologies can offer the right solution for various applications. In order to present the newest innovations and possibilities in this field, Kyocera will exhibit its ceramic parts at the fair Hydrogen 2022, taking place in Bremen on October 19 and 20.

    Hydrogen as the energy carrier of the future Hydrogen is a highly flexible energy carrier. Owing to its quite difficult handling and transportation, special solutions using ceramic materials present new possibilities to overcome related challenges. I...

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  18. Kyocera consolidates its fineceramics business in Europe

    • Corporate
    • Fine Ceramic Components

    The existing European fineceramics business will be consolidated in the new KYOCERA Fineceramics Europe GmbH, latest effective from April 2023.

    The background of the restructuring is the growing European sales market for fineceramics components. Through the acquisition of H.C. Starck Ceramics GmbH, a Germany-based company specializing in non-oxide fineceramics components, Kyocera gained its ...

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  19. Kyocera, pioneer in lab-grown gems, launches ethical website detailing manufacturing process and sustainable development goals

    • Corporate
    • Watch and Jewelry Industry

    Company’s first production of “CRESCENT VERT” emeralds dates almost 50 years ago.

    New website with further information As a pioneer in lab-grown gems, Kyocera has created a "new website" outlining the ethical details of the CRESCENT VERT manufacturing process. The site also includes information about Kyocera's commitment to the Su...

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  20. About the Passing of Kazuo Inamori, Founder and Chairman Emeritus of KYOCERA Corporation

    • Corporate

    Kyocera expresses its sincere appreciation to everyone who extended support and friendship toward Dr. Inamori throughout his lifetime. A private wake and funeral have been held, mainly among close family members, and this announcement was made after ...

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