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KMX asks US to re-define PV products subject to anti-dumping, anti-subsidization tariffs

Sep 26, 10:52

Kyocera Mexicana S.A. de C.V. (KMX), a Mexico-based wholly-owned PV module subsidiary of Japan-based Kyocera, has asked the US Department of Commerce (DOC) to re-define the PV products...

Kyocera adopts Pixart capacitive touch controllers for smartphones

Aug 28, 15:23

Pixart Imaging has announced that the new generation of its capacitive touch controller ICs, which supports up to 10 touch points, have been adopted by Kyocera for the Japan-based...

Japan 3-busbar solar cell patent affects OEM orders to Taiwan

Dec 12, 14:06

Japan-based Kyocera obtained a 3-busbar solar cell patent in Japan in September 2012. Some other Japan-based solar firms have been asking Taiwan-based solar cell OEM firms to change...

Solar cell makers have yet to see impact from Kyocera 3-busbar patent

Oct 16, 12:18

Japan-based solar firm Kyocera obtained a patent for 3-busbar solar cell structure in Japan on September 4, 2012. According to foreign media reports, the firm may use the patent to...

Japan new FIT rate likely to be JPY42/kWh

Apr 24, 14:31

The Japan government is expected to announce a new feed-in-tariff rate for solar PV system installations in July 2012. The new rate is reportedly around JPY42/kWh (US$0.52/kWh). Buy-back...

Digitimes Insight: Japan earthquake impact on IC packaging industry

Mar 22, 14:10

Though several major IC packaging material suppliers have resumed operations at their earthquake-affected plants, there is still growing concern that production will be hampered by...

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Japan earthquake has little impact on supply of quartz components, say Taiwan makers

Mar 17, 12:12

The supply from upstream quartz component providers including Kyocera and Sumitomo should remain smooth as their plants are mostly far away from the areas of Japan worst-hit by the...

Taiwan solar cell and wafer makers to benefit from Kyocera accident

Sep 21, 14:10

With Kyocera's plant in Shiga Yasu, Japan, likely to be shut down temporarily for an investigation and reconstruction following and explosion in a casting furnace, the Japan-based...

Japan-based solar companies increase solar cell procurement and outsourcing from Taiwan makers

Jul 2, 12:22

Japan-based solar companies including Sanyo Electric, Sharp and Kyocera are expected to increase outsourcing and procurement of solar cells, and Taiwan's manufacturers, strategically...

Kyocera commences US manufacturing of solar modules

Jun 4, 15:14

Kyocera has begun manufacturing solar modules in San Diego, California to serve the US market's growing demand for solar electric generating systems. The US module production line...

Diamond wire saws to become mainstream in solar wafer slicing in 2 years

May 18, 15:34

With the shortage of silicon carbonide, a material for traditional solar wafer slicing, and the potential for lower costs and higher production, diamond wire saw technology could...

Kyocera announces two SAW filters

Jul 17, 17:02

Kyocera has announced two types of compact surface acoustic wave (SAW) filters (for reception and transmission) that improve the prevention of radio wave interference in next-generation...

Compal Communications shipped 4.7 million handsets in 2Q09, says paper

Newswatch - Jul 6, 12:10

Compal Communications shipped 4.7 million handsets in the second quarter of 2009, bringing the total handset shipments for the first half of 2009 to 9.03 million units, according...

Japan handset vendors eye expanding global sales

Jan 15, 17:06

A number of Japan-based handset vendors have stepped up their contact with Taiwan OEM/ODM handset makers with an aim to expand sales by introducing more models for international markets,...

Sapphire sales driven by LED and RF switch applications, says Yole

Sep 30, 17:02

Thanks to tremendous growth in Silicon-on-Sapphire (SoS) devices, the overall sapphire material market is expected to average 21% annual growth and reach US$402 million by 2012, stated...

Realtime news
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    Displays | 1h 3min ago

  • Japan smartphone panel makers bring price pressure on China and Taiwan competitors

    Displays | 1h 12min ago

  • Taiwan market: FET expects 4G users to exceed 1 million by year end, says president

    Mobile + telecom | 1h 16min ago

  • Sony announces development of OLED display module for eyewear

    Displays | 1h 22min ago

  • Demand for 8-inch fab equipment rises

    Bits + chips | 1h 30min ago

  • Yingli expresses disappointment at US PV tariffs decisions

    Green energy | 1h 35min ago

  • Internet of Things stimulates MEMS market, says IHS

    Bits + chips | 1h 39min ago

  • Qualcomm, MediaTek to diversify foundry sources, say industry watchers

    Bits + chips | 1h 43min ago

  • NAND flash contract prices see modest drop in 1H December, says DRAMeXchange

    Bits + chips | Dec 18, 22:03

  • Global storage market to reach US$38 billion in 2014, says Western Digital

    IT + CE | Dec 18, 22:02

  • SMIC builds Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 chips using 28nm

    Bits + chips | Dec 18, 21:59

  • Globalfoundries and Cadence deliver first SoC enablement solution featuring ARM Cortex-A17 processor in 28nm-SLP process

    Bits + chips | Dec 18, 21:58

  • Taiwan science parks January-October total revenues up 3.61% on year, says MOST

    Bits + chips | Dec 18, 21:56

  • Unitech expands HDI-board capacity

    Bits + chips | Dec 18, 21:55

  • PV equipment book-to-bill ratio stays below parity in 3Q14, says SEMI

    Bits + chips | Dec 18, 21:40

  • Xiaomi smartphone finding it difficult to step out of China

    Before Going to Press | Dec 18, 21:29

  • Notebook orders from Russia decreasing, says Taiwan ODMs

    Before Going to Press | Dec 18, 21:28

  • ACES Electronics invests in NTGEC to tap China automotive connector market

    Before Going to Press | Dec 18, 21:27

  • SMIC builds Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 chips using 28nm

    Before Going to Press | Dec 18, 21:26

  • Some China PV module makers replace Taiwan-made solar cells with Southeast Asia-made models

    Before Going to Press | Dec 18, 21:26

  • LED light bulb prices fall in Europe, China markets

    Before Going to Press | Dec 18, 21:24

  • NAND flash contract prices see modest drop in 1H December, says DRAMeXchange

    Before Going to Press | Dec 18, 21:23

  • Global Ultra HD TV penetration to rise to 14.2%, says WitsView

    Before Going to Press | Dec 18, 21:23

  • PV equipment book-to-bill ratio stays below parity in 3Q14, says SEMI

    Before Going to Press | Dec 18, 21:22

  • Digitimes Research: Top-3 China based server vendors may ship 2 million units in 2015

    Before Going to Press | Dec 18, 21:21

  • US final anti-dumping, anti-subsidization taxation excludes solar-grade wafers

    Before Going to Press | Dec 18, 21:20

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