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  1. 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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  2. Kyocera to build its largest plant in Japan, increasing production of semiconductor components

    • Corporate
    • Semiconductor Components

    Expanded Sendai Plant Campus in Kagoshima will meet increasing demand for semiconductor packages powering ADAS, sensor cameras, 5G and more.

    Three converging factors are creating strong demand for Kyocera’s organic semiconductor packages and crystal device packages. Smart vehicles are expanding the need for automotive cameras and high-performance processors used in Advanced Driver-Assista...

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  3. Kyocera presents a firework display of innovations at the electronica 2018

    • Automotive Components
    • Electronic Components & Devices
    • Fine Ceramic Components
    • LCDs and Touch Solutions
    • Organic Materials
    • Semiconductor Components

    Once again Kyocera presents its diverse product range - from displays to semiconductor components - at the electronica in Munich. The manufacturer is located at stand 536 in Hall B6 from the 13th to 16th of November.

    0.5 mm-pitch FPC/FFC connectors 6892 series Industry 4.0: Clear perspective and tangible feedbackThe Kyocera display division shows innovative micro-LEDs for the first time. Differently to LCDs, micro-LED pixels are self-illuminating and consis...

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  4. KYOCERA Group to Exhibit Innovative Technologies and Products at CEATEC JAPAN 2018 Tradeshow Oct. 16-19

    • Automotive Components
    • Electronic Components & Devices
    • Fine Ceramic Components
    • LCDs and Touch Solutions
    • Organic Materials
    • Semiconductor Components

    From automotive technologies to energy management solutions, a wide range of Kyocera’s technologies for connected society will be on display

    Mobility A safe and comfortable mobility society will be realized through advanced driver assistance systems and connected-car solutions. The latest systems utilizing Kyocera’s advanced devices infused with Artificial Intelligence (AI), Augmente...

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  5. KYOCERA designs and manufactures new ultra-small robust ceramic UHF RFID Tags for tool tracking in Aerospace industry

    • Semiconductor Components

    KYOCERA’s new ultra-high frequency RFID transponder is appliable to metal and – due to its robust ceramic package – suitable for reliable tool tracking within the aerospace industry.

    UHF RFID tag In order to avoid FOD, Kyocera’s robust ceramic UHF RFID tags are especially suited to identification and tracking of metal tools in the aerospace industry. RFID tags will be attached to workshop tools of MRO service providers in or...

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  6. KYOCERA designs and manufactures new ultra-small robust ceramic UHF RFID Tag to trace surgical instruments for the Medical Market

    • Semiconductor Components

    Kyocera’s ultra-high frequency (UHF) RFID transponders are applicable on metal and - due to their ceramic packages - suitable for sterilization processes of surgical instruments in hospitals involving high temperatures, humidity and chemical exposure.

    About Kyocera’s robust ceramic UHF RFID Tag The new product offers a robust package made of Low Temperature Co-fired Ceramic (LTCC) with embedded antenna that withstands high temperatures up to 300°C (depending on RFID tag structure) and hum...

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  7. KYOCERA to Build New Plant in Kagoshima, Japan, for Ceramic Microelectronic Packages

    • Corporate
    • Semiconductor Components

    New facility will produce ceramic packages for electronic and semiconductor components, including SMD and CMOS devices, to support IoT growth

    Architect's rendering The new facility, which Kyocera plans to open in August 2019, will bring a 25 percent increase in the company’s total production capacity for ceramic packages used to house SMD*1 electronic devices and CMOS*2 image sensors....

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