KYOCERA to Showcase Latest Products at Electronics Next India 2010, New Delhi

Kyocera Corporation (NYSE:KYO)(TOKYO:6971) and various Kyocera Group companies will be showcasing their latest products at the Electronics Next India 2010 exhibition (Hall 6, booth 606) which will take place in New Delhi at the Pragati Maidan exhibition complex from February 24-26, 2010.

During the exhibition, Kyocera Group companies will introduce a diverse range of their cutting-edge, high-tech products including: an array of electronic components (circuit components, crystal components, multilayer ceramic capacitors and connectors, etc.), LCDs and solar energy products.

This is the first time that the various Kyocera Group companies will combine synergistically to participate in a major exhibition in India. "The Indian market is a strategic focal point for our business development due to the rapid expansion in its telecommunications and consumer electronics sectors," stated Yuji Goto, Managing Director, KYOCERA Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. "With the upcoming 3G licensing auction and expectation of strong GDP growth, the market in India presents many business opportunities for component suppliers like us. We believe the Kyocera Group's cutting-edge products can help EMS manufacturers in India to satisfy the various innovative demands of their end-customers."

Kyocera Group companies jointly participating in this exhibition include: KYOCERA Corporation Corporate Electronic Components Group; KYOCERA Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd.; KYOCERA Asia Pacific India Pvt. Ltd.; AVX/KYOCERA (Singapore) Pte Ltd; KYOCERA Electronic Devices Hong Kong Limited; and KYOCERA ELCO Corporation.


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