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Webinar | IoT Solutions Optimizer – Design It Before You Build It!

Webinar | IoT Solutions Optimizer - Design It Before You Build It!

Webinar | IoT Solutions Optimizer – Design It Before You Build It! April 28th, 2022 | 11 AM EDT The IoT Solution Optimizer eases and hastens proof-of-concept and testing cycles, saving users both time and money and enabling them to meet pressing market demands. Available with several different licensing options, the intuitive online tool provides users with a step-by-step guide to the IoT device design process that allows them to define the application’s desired performance, evaluate existing antenna products or define custom specifications to meet requirements that aren’t currently satisfied by standard solutions, evaluate the effects of various deployment networks and hardware components such as PCB sizes, chipsets, and connectivity solutions on performance metrics including network coverage and extended battery

New Interactive Modeling and Validation Tool for IoT Devices

New Interactive Modeling and Validation Tool for IoT Devices

The IoT Solution Optimizer, powered by Deutsche Telekom IoT, is a comprehensive, all-in-one design platform that allows customers to quickly, accurately, and cost-effectively model and validate IoT devices equipped with KYOCERA AVX antennas. To learn more, register for the April 28 webinar hosted by both companies. FOUNTAIN INN, S.C. (April 6, 2022) – KYOCERA AVX, a leading global manufacturer of advanced electronic components engineered to accelerate technological innovation and build a better future, has released an interactive digital twin design tool for battery-powered, 5G and Massive IoT solutions. Powered by Deutsche Telekom IoT and offered in partnership with KYOCERA AVX, the IoT Solution Optimizer provides customers with a comprehensive, all-in-one design platform that allows them to quickly, accurately, and cost-effectively

KYOCERA AVX Earned a 2021 SPDEI Award for Exceptional Performance in the Passive Components Industry

KYOCERA AVX Earned a 2021 SPDEI Award for Exceptional Performance in the Passive Components Industry

The 25th annual SPDEI Trophies recognized KYOCERA AVX for the superior quality of its support for and collaboration with the French electronics industry, as measured by more than seven key criteria. FOUNTAIN INN, S.C. (March 16, 2022) – KYOCERA AVX, a leading global manufacturer of advanced electronic components engineered to accelerate technological innovation and build a better future, earned a 2021 SPDEI award for exceptional performance in the passive components industry. The SPDEI Trophies, now in their 25th year and presented annually apart from 2020, are bestowed by the French association of electronic components distributors, Syndicat Professionnel de la Distribution en Electronique Industrielle (SPDEI), and celebrate a select group of suppliers for the superior quality of their support for and

Showcasing Passive Component Solutions Optimized for RF & Optical Communications at OFC 2022

Showcasing Passive Component Solutions Optimized for RF & Optical Communications at OFC 2022

The KYOCERA AVX exhibition will highlight reliable, repeatable solutions optimized for high-frequency, high-performance RF and optical networking and communications applications, including new ultra-broadband capacitors and ultraminiature multilayer ceramic chip inductors and proven ultra-broadband resistors and single-layer ceramic capacitors. FOUNTAIN INN, S.C. (March 8, 2022) – KYOCERA AVX, a leading global manufacturer of advanced electronic components engineered to accelerate technological innovation and build a better future, is exhibiting at the 2022 Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exhibition (OFC) March 6–10 in San Diego, California. Globally recognized as the premier annual event for optical networking and communications professionals, OFC presents attendees with the latest research, solutions, technologies, and trends across a wide range of RF and optical communications industries, including data centers,

KYOCERA AVX Components Corporation to Acquire ROHM Co., Ltd.’s Tantalum and Polymer Capacitor Business Assets

KYOCERA AVX Components Corporation to Acquire ROHM Co., Ltd.’s Tantalum and Polymer Capacitor Business Assets

KYOCERA AVX has reached a final agreement with ROHM Semiconductor, which will transfer all of its tantalum and polymer capacitor manufacturing lines and relevant intellectual property to KYOCERA AVX effective August 5, 2022. FOUNTAIN INN, S.C. (March 4, 2022) – KYOCERA AVX, a leading global manufacturer of advanced electronic components engineered to accelerate technological innovation and build a better future, is set to acquire ROHM Semiconductor’s tantalum and polymer capacitor business assets. The two companies recently reached a final agreement, which states that ROHM Semiconductor (ROHM Co., Ltd.) will transfer its tantalum and polymer capacitor business assets — including all of its tantalum and polymer capacitor manufacturing lines and relevant intellectual property — to KYOCERA AVX. The transfer is scheduled

KYOCERA AVX Invests In Venture Capital Fund Good Growth Capital

KYOCERA AVX Invests In Venture Capital Fund Good Growth Capital

This latest strategic partnership supports innovation and entrepreneurship in the thriving tech industry, and especially the flourishing MedTech sector, in both the Carolinas and nationwide while complementing KYOCERA AVX’s existing R&D programs. FOUNTAIN INN, S.C. (November 29, 2021) – KYOCERA AVX, a leading global manufacturer of advanced electronic components engineered to accelerate technological innovation and build a better future, has invested in Good Growth Capital (GGC), an early-stage venture capital firm heavily invested in complex science and deep-tech startups dedicated to producing new technologies rooted in scientific advances and discoveries and substantial engineering innovation. This latest strategic partnership, established in August 2021, complements KYOCERA AVX’s existing research and development programs and further supports the company’s commitment to engineering a brighter

Prestigious Gold Level 2020 TTI Europe Supplier Excellence Award

Prestigious Gold Level 2020 TTI Europe Supplier Excellence Award

This award represents the highest possible recognition of suppliers’ efforts to build stronger partnerships, improve quality performance, and provide excellent customer service and marks the fourth such honor for AVX within the past five years. Pictured Above – Left: Pascal Dubois (AVX) | Right: Joerg Frodl (TTI:Europe) FOUNTAIN INN, S.C. (August 16, 2021) – AVX Corporation, a leading manufacturer and supplier of advanced electronic components and interconnect, sensor, control, and antenna solutions, has received a Gold Level 2020 TTI Europe Supplier Excellence Award, marking the fourth time the company has earned this prestigious honor in the past five years. Bestowed by TTI, Inc., the world’s leading authorized specialty distributor of interconnect, passive, and electromechanical (IP&E) components, the award recognizes AVX

Capacitor Reliability Virtual Seminar | TJ Green Associates, LLC

Capacitor Reliability Virtual Seminar | TJ Green Associates, LLC

  Capacitor Reliability Virtual Seminar | TJ Green Associates, LLC August 3rd & 4th, 2021 | 12 – 2 PM EDT The course is intended for component engineers, designers, process engineers, QEs, and managers responsible for designing and building hardware and procuring capacitors for use in microelectronic assemblies. Ron Demcko, AVX Fellow, will cover a wide range of technologies ranging from ceramic to film, stacked modules and SuperCapacitors. Students will gain an understanding of each capacitor technology ranging from construction, electrical performance and reliability. Performance characteristics are discussed relative to time, temperature, voltage and frequency. Distinctions are made between thin film capacitors and power film capacitors. Stacked capacitor modules – traditionally MLCC based are presented. SuperCapacitor technology is reviewed and

KYOCERA and AVX to Establish New Brand “KYOCERA AVX” to Enhance its Business Worldwide

KYOCERA and AVX to Establish New Brand “KYOCERA AVX” to Enhance its Business Worldwide

Companies to reorganize global sales forces to expedite optimal deployment Kyocera Corporation (President: Hideo Tanimoto, hereinafter; “Kyocera”) and AVX Corporation (CEO: John Sarvis, hereinafter; “AVX”) today announced that the companies have established a new integrated brand “KYOCERA AVX” to be used for the Kyocera group’s electronic components business starting in October, 2021 (or later) following the integration of Kyocera’s “Corporate Electronic Components Group” and “AVX” into a new segment, “Electronic Components Business” as of April 1, 2021. The new brand structure will accelerate and strengthen the growth of Kyocera’s electronic components business worldwide. In addition, sales organizations in the U.S. and Europe will unify starting in October 2021 (or later), and sales in Japan, China and other Asian nations will

AVX to Exhibit & Deliver Five Presentations at CMSE 2021, Continuing its Longstanding Support for the Annual Conference

AVX to Exhibit & Deliver Five Presentations at CMSE 2021, Continuing its Longstanding Support for the Annual Conference

This year’s virtual event marks 10 years of AVX participation in the Components for Military & Space Electronics Conference, as well as the eighth consecutive year that AVX engineers have been invited to share their unique expertise with the high-level military and space components supply chain personnel in attendance. FOUNTAIN INN, S.C. (March 15, 2021) – AVX Corporation, a leading manufacturer and supplier of advanced electronic components and interconnect, sensor, control, and antenna solutions, is delivering three technical presentations, teaching two training seminars, and showcasing its extensive portfolio of high-reliability MIL-spec components at the 24th annual Components for Military & Space Electronics Conference (CMSE 2021), which, due to continued global concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, will be held virtually Monday