In addition, Kyocera modules pass new, intensified hailstorm tests carried out by TÜV Rheinland
Kyoto / Neuss − Aesthetic appeal and maximum efficiency: that combination secured the Swiss Solar
Prize for a gymnasium complex in Visp sporting Kyocera modules.
Outstanding achievements in science and culture honored
Kyoto/Neuss – Electronics engineer Dr. Robert Heath Dennard, evolutionary biologist Dr. Masatoshi Nei, and jazz musician Cecil Taylor received the Kyoto Prize on Sunday November 10. Along with the Nobel Prize, the award is one of the world’s highest honors in the fields of culture and science. Every
year, the Inamori Foundation — established by Kyocera founder Dr.
Kazuo Inamori — recognizes laureates in three categories for their lifetime achievements. The prize is worth 50 million yen (currently around €372,000*) per category.
Kyoto/Neuss – Kyocera Corporation, the
Japanese wireless technology expert and provider of wireless
modules for LTE and GSM/UMTS networks as well as wireless
handsets, and Telenor Connexion, the leading provider of connected business solutions for M2M, today announced a
partnership agreement to supply M2M solutions internationally.
KYOCERA has received this latest accolade for the FS-2100DN 40ppm Monochrome laser printer. It joins the FS-4100DN, FS-4200DN and FS-4300DN that have already received awards this year. Buyers Laboratory is the imaging industry’s leading independent authority and provider of competitive intelligence, testing and reviews