The smallest GaN laser chip by Kyocera
Kyocera has developed a new thin-film process technology for making unique silicon (Si) substrates for gallium nitride (GaN)-based micro-light sources, including short-cavity lasers and micro-LEDs.
Kyocera’s On-Board Optics Module - big bandwidth, low power
Kyocera has developed an On-Board Optics Module that achieves a bandwidth of 512Gbps (gigabits per second). The module is expected to support high-speed network applications, such as data centres.
KYOCERA AVX unveils component search tool
KYOCERA AVX has launched a new interactive component search tool.
Electronic components accelerate technological innovation
KYOCERA AVX is a global manufacturer of advanced electronic components engineered to accelerate technological innovation and build a better future.
KYOCERA Corporation wins iF DESIGN AWARD 2022
KYOCERA Corporation has announced that two product designs – the “Moeye” autonomous vehicle concept car and the “Anshin SMARTPHONE” (KY-51B) – were awarded Germany’s prestigious iF DESIGN AWARD for 2022.
Horizontal wire-to-board connectors for industrial and commercial applications
KYOCERA AVX, a global manufacturer of advanced electronic components engineered to accelerate technological innovation and build a better future, expanded its line of wire-to-board connectors with the release of the new UL-approved 9296-400 Series 4mm-pitch horizontal poke-home connectors.
KYOCERA AVX launches evaluation board for testing antenna band switching performance at CES 2022
KYOCERA AVX launched its evaluation board for testing antenna band switching performance at CES 2022 in Las Vegas.
Smart checkout system with AI object recognition
Kyocera has announced the development of an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based smart checkout system. This low-cost object-recognition checkout system offers significant productivity gains for retail commerce while reducing physical contact that can transmit viral infections.
Floating board-to-board connectors for automotive
Kyocera has introduced a new 0.5mm-pitch floating board-to-board connector series (F/P1 = 170%) for high-speed 16Gbps data transmission. Sold under the 5652 Series designation, the new connectors can float within ±0.85mm for easy and accurate mating. They are available now.
Compact connectors suit wearables, game consoles
The 5811 Series Board-to-Board connectors from Kyocera have been miniaturised to be 50% smaller than conventional products.
Kyocera MIP technology displays open up new applications
Kyocera has launched the latest MIP Technology (Memory in Pixel) for a new solution for LCDs on the market. The Japanese ceramic expert combines three essential factors: The displays are outstanding with low power consumption, high image quality and fast switching times.
Kyocera develops high-quality displays for medical use
The displays by Kyocera Automotive and Industrial Solutions bring long duration and are built for unusual surroundings. With seven to ten years of availability and stable features built for special operational readiness, Kyocera Automotive and Industrial Solutions (KAS) has released highly technological displays that are well suited for medical use.
Kyocera to acquire Japan-based Showa Optronics
Kyocera has announced that it entered into a share transfer agreement with NEC Corporation on March 25th, 2020 to acquire all of NEC’s shares in Showa Optronics, an optical components manufacturer (SOC).
Collaboration for injection molded structural electronics solutions
Kyocera and TactoTek have announced the signing of a marketing agreement which aims to bring IMSE solutions to several new market segments, including industrial and automotive components, electronic devices, and more.
Board-to-board connector with extremely low stacking height
Kyocera has announced its new 5655 Series electronic board-to-board connectors optimised for high-speed data transmission, featuring a 0.5mm-pitch and a stacking height of just at four millimetres, reportedly among the world’s thinnest for this class of connector.
Duo to collaborate on integrated energy system for EVs
Kyocera and BYD have announced a joint project to develop an integrated renewable supply-demand energy system for EVs. By combining renewable energy from Kyocera’s solar power generating systems and BYD’s electric buses, the collaboration will maximise the effectiveness of renewable energy, greatly reduce power losses, and maintain a stable supply-demand energy balance.
Innovative solutions provider undergoes name change
On April 1st, 2019, the Display Department of Kyocera was renamed Kyocera Automotive and Industrial Solutions. With this change, the company is also acknowledging its own development from a traditional display manufacturer into a system provider and specialist in the field of man-machine interfaces.
Firework display of innovations at electronica 2018
electronica, the international fair for the electronic industry, presents innovative technologies and trends. Thousands of exhibitors contribute to the trade fair and demonstrate the breadth and variety of the product range and fields of application. This year, Kyocera presents a whole host of new products from different areas of the company.
Technology mimics sunlight at specific underwater depths
Kyocera has announced that the company developed the world’s first full-spectrum LED lighting for aquariums. Kyocera’s high-colour-rendering LED lighting combines its proprietary violet LEDs and RGB (red, green and blue) phosphors to create lights close to natural sunlight at specific underwater depths. Kyocera’s new LED lighting is ideal for growing various water creatures as it reproduces the light close to the natural habitat...
Ultra small robust ceramic UHF RFID tags for tool tracking
Within the Aerospace industry, safety issues have special importance. In case of maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services of aircrafts and spaceships, any object that is not where it is supposed to be provides a high risk to safety. These foreign objects include, among others, metal tools used for maintenance services by MRO service providers which are forgotten after servicing the aircraft.