Sector: Diversified Electronics
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Kyocera Corporation engages in the development, production, and distribution of telecommunications equipment, electronic components, solar energy systems, and industrial ceramics worldwide. The company's Fine Ceramic Parts segment offers information and telecommunication components, sapphire substrates, semiconductor process equipment components, automotive and ITS related components, and general industrial ceramic components. Its Semiconductor Parts segment provides ceramic packages for surface mount devices, ceramic multilayer packages, metallized products, optical communication ceramic packages, and organic multilayer packages. Kyocera's Applied Ceramic Products segment provides photovoltaic generating systems, solar cells/modules, cutting tools, micro drills, dental and orthopedic implants, and jewelry. The company's Electronic Device segment offers ceramic chip and tantalum capacitors, timing devices, voltage controlled oscillators, RF modules, ceramic resonators/filters, thermal and LED printheads, amorphous silicon drums, liquid crystal displays, and connectors. Its Telecommunications Equipment segment offers CDMA mobile phone handsets and base stations, PDC mobile phone handsets, and PHS-related products. Kyocera's Information Equipment segment provides ECOSYS noncartridge printers and copiers, and digital network multifunction products. The company's Optical Equipment segment provides optical modules, digital still cameras, single-lens reflex cameras, compact cameras, camera lenses, and optical modules. Its Other segment includes chemical materials for electronic components; insulators; resin products; telecommunications and computer network systems; IT solutions, consulting, and leasing services; and hotel, real estate, and insurance and travel agent businesses. Kyocera was founded in 1959 by Kazuo Inamori. It was formerly known as Kyoto Ceramic Kabushiki Kaisha and changed its name to Kyocera Corporation in 1982. Kyocera is headquartered in Kyoto, Japan.