KYOCERA Announces Resolution of Patent Infringement Lawsuit Against Hanwha Q CELLS Japan Co., Ltd.

Kyoto, Japan/Neuss, Germany − Kyocera Corporation (headquarters: Kyoto, Japan; president: Goro Yamaguchi) today announced that it has concluded a technology licensing agreement with Hanwha Q CELLS Japan Co., Ltd. (headquarters: Tokyo, Japan; president: Jongseo Kim).


KYOCERA exhibits its latest innovations in the cutting tools sector at EMO Milan 2015

Kyoto/Neuss – The Japanese ceramics specialist Kyocera will presents its new solutions for the Cutting Tools sector at the upcoming EMO trade fair: Si3N4 ceramic insert grades for cast iron milling, KS6030 - SiAION ceramics for finishing to medium cutting of heat resistant alloy and the special made MAGIC DRILL DRX drills made in Europe. 4TFK and 4TFR - high efficiency end mills for difficult-to-cut materials.


KYOCERA “Eco-Lessons” Reach More Than 100,000 Primary School Children in Japan & China

Program encourages environmental protection and understanding of alternative energy at 1,500 schools

Kyoto/Neuss – Kyocera Corporation (President: Goro Yamaguchi) announced today that its environmental protection-themed “Eco-Lessons” — part of the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities — have reached more than 100,000 students at 1,500+ primary schools in Japan and China.


KYOCERA Develops one of the World’s Fastest 360dpi Recirculating Inkjet Printheads

Applications include printing onto ceramic tile — up to 50m per minute

Kyoto / Neuss − Kyocera Corporation (President: Goro Yamaguchi) announced today that it has developed a new 360-dot-per-inch (dpi) inkjet printhead — a key component of industrial inkjet printing equipment — which sets a new world speed record in its class*, printing 50 meters per minute using 84-picoliter (pl) droplets. Marketed as the Kyocera KJ4C-0360, it will be available in October 2015.


KYOCERA Announces Result of Tender Offer for Shares of Nihon Inter Electronics Corporation

Nihon Inter Electronics to be consolidated into Kyocera Group as of September 4, 2015

Kyoto/Neuss – Kyocera Corporation has announced the completion of its tender offer, which commenced July 31, 2015 and concluded Aug. 28, 2015, to acquire a majority interest in Nihon Inter Electronics Corporation. As of the settlement date of September 4, 2015, Kyocera will commence acquiring a 69.33% equity interest in Nihon Inter Electronics Corporation, consisting of 40,112,700 common shares, as well as 21,461,524 shares converted from 9,121,148 shares of Class A Preferred Stock, totaling 61,574,224 shares.


KYOCERA Solar Lights Up Arco Metropolitano, Brazil’s Largest Solar-Powered Highway

More than 4,300 solar streetlights illuminate 73km of the superhighway

Kyoto, Japan/Neuss, Germany − Kyocera Corporation and Kyocera Solar, Inc. announced today that Kyocera is completing Brazil’s largest highway solar-lighting project on the Arco Metropolitano do Rio de Janeiro, a highway project connecting the five main highways crossing Rio de Janeiro.


Kyocera introduces new touch feeling technology for real button feeling

The proprietary virtual reality technology enables innovative real touch feeling and a display feedback, which simulates the feeling of having pushed a mechanical button on a panel and pad. Automotive applications are expected to further improve driver safety.

Kyoto / Neuss – The Japanese technology Corporation Kyocera, a leading manufacturer in the field of electronic devices, introduced a newly patented technology in Europe for real touch feeling and force feedback in display screens. The development of a real button sensation is expected to create a new type of user interface. It can be used in touch panel or touch pad products for a broad range of applications such as automotive and industrial equipment or in the field of information and communications.


Optimise your photovoltaic system’s efficiency all year round

Kyocera offers an all-in-one service for managing and optimising photovoltaic systems – including fault analysis and repairs – regardless of manufacturer.

Kyoto, Japan/Neuss, Germany − 10 August 2015 – Kyoto, Japan/Neuss, Germany – When properly planned and maintained, photovoltaic systems are an environmentally-friendly and effective method of power generation. However, each season brings its own specific challenges that need to be considered. For instance, in summer particularly high temperatures can result in a reduced power yield and seasonal storms with squalls and heavy rain can damage the system.


New KYOCERA multifunction devices secure Blue Angel Standard

KYOCERA Document Solutions UK Ltd has announced that a further seven printers and multifunction devices have now received the RAL-UZ 171 Blue Angel eco label. This maintains the trend for every printer and multifunction device in KYOCERA’s ECOSYS and TASKalfa series to meet the standards of Blue Angel’s environmental jury.