Kyocera Corporation is a multinational electronics and ceramics manufacturer headquartered in Kyoto, Japan. It was founded as Kyoto Ceramic Company, Limited in 1959 by Kazuo Inamori and renamed in 1982. The company has diversified its founding technology in ceramic materials through internal development as well as strategic mergers and acquisitions.
Kyocera's global operations include a diverse range of products: advanced materials, components, devices, equipment, networks and services.
- Fine Ceramic Components: Kyocera's advanced materials produce highly reliable components for the world's most vital industries. Working in a tightly controlled manufacturing environment with refined materials of optimum purity and uniformity, we produce fine ceramics that are more resistant to heat, wear and corrosion than plastics, metals or other conventional materials. Our expertise with material characteristics and processing methods produces fine ceramics that help solve engineering challenges in countless fields of industry.
- Semiconductor Components: Kyocera's semiconductor packages keep winning new applications, thanks to their advanced technology in materials, design and manufacturing. Electronic technology is becoming increasingly sophisticated in mobile phones, consumer electronics, information technology equipment and even automobiles. Using a variety of package materials, advanced design and proprietary processing technologies, Kyocera offers packages and substrates for the semiconductors and electronic devices that power our information age. Major package applications mobile phones, digital cameras and camcorders, servers and routers, optical communications devices, wireless base stations, LED-related products, automotive electronics, medical equipment.
- Applied Ceramic Products: Kyocera has expanded the use of fine ceramics in industrial applications around the world, and has advanced its technology to develop new products for many emerging markets. After starting development work in 1975, we were the first company in the world to establish mass production technology for multicrystalline silicon solar cells. We have also developed storage batteries to more effectively use energy. In the medical field, we support health and wellness by offering dental implants and orthopedic joint replacement systems. Kyocera’s applied ceramic technology is at work in products ranging from jewelry, which beautifies everyday life, to industrial cutting tools, which enhance manufacturing productivity. Applied ceramic technologies offer diverse benefits in a wide range of fields, including environmental protection, healthcare, manufacturing and even fashion.
- Electronic Devices: Kyocera's original technologies are a strong contributor to the rapid advancement of electronics and digital imaging. As the market for mobile communication equipment and digital consumer products expands, so does demand for electronic components. Kyocera utilizes the superior electrical properties of fine ceramics to provide the high-quality electronic components that the communications industry demands such as capacitors, RF modules, oscillators, filters and crystal products using high-purity synthetic quartz crystals.
- Telecommunications Equipment: Mobile phones are constantly evolving as communications tools. Kyocera's global product line responds to a broad range of customer needs, with a focus on comfortable operation and ease of use. In the rapidly expanding smartphone market, Kyocera is introducing attractive products designed to meet the changing, real-life needs of consumers of all ages, both in Japan and throughout the world. Our Vision: Designing the Future of Wireless Communications.
- Document Solutions: Kyocera offers the latest document solutions for every business need. Bringing new value to your enterprise.
- Various Businesses: Including fine chemicals, optical components, information systems and telecommunication services, hotels and hospitality.
- R&D: The Kyocera Group operates research and development facilities in materials, components/devices, and equipment. We continually strive to expand our manufacturing expertise while promoting group-wide R&D synergies through close interaction across these three areas.
We at Kyocera strive to deliver products and services that delight our customers. The “Customer-First” Principle is our top priority. Companies are comprised of people. The quality of a technology, product or service depends on the people behind it. We want to continuously deliver new value to our customers, with employees who relentlessly pursue their dreams, work enthusiastically and consistently achieve self-determined goals.
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