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2005

Exhibition2005-12-26 Kyosemi Corp. exhibited at 6th Fiber Optics EXPO,FOE 2006 in Tokyo Big Site, Japan from Jan 18 -20, 2006
News2005-12-08 Kyosemi Corp.was awarded as 445th winner in Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific 2005 programmed by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Global.
Exhibition2005-10-26 Kyosemi Corp. exhibited Sphelar® modules at WPC EXPO 2005 sponsored by Nikkei BP. (Booth No. 3000)
Exhibition2005-10-01 Kyosemi Corp. established Kyosemi Opto America Corporation (KOAC) at Santa Clara, CA, USA on October 1, 2005
Exhibition2005-10-01 Kyosemi Corp. exhibited Sphelar® modules and presented 3 papers at PVSEC-15 in Shanghai from.10-15, 2005. One of them was awarded PVSEC Paper Award.
News2005-04-01 TRONSHOW2005 Press Release
Domed type Sphelar® module by Kyosemi Corporation is incorporated into wireless marker with pT-Engine.
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News2005-03-31 A small device of AimuletLA with 12-cell Sphelar® basic modules was firstly demonstrated from Mar.25- Apr.24,2005 in the Japanese garden of World Exposition 2005, Aich Japan.
News2005-03-12 Our new website launched.
News2005-03-08 Sphelar® is featured on the website of Danish Polymer Center, Riso national laboratory(denmark).
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Exhibition2005-03-01 Kyosemi Corp. exhibited at OFC2005 in Anaheim, LA, USA form March 8-10,2005. (booth # 1766)

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  • [Information] Extension of the working-from-home system for employees

    Based on the Japanese government’s announcement that the state of emergency is extended until May 31st, Kyoto Semiconductor has decided to continue the working-from-home system for employees until the same date.
    We keep putting the safety and the well-being of our employees as a top priority while we are making utmost effort to minimize the impact of this to our customers’ business.
    Again, we will keep posting the latest information as the situation evolves.
    Thank you and stay safe.
  • [Information] Start of the working-from-home system for employees in Hokkaido

    As the Japanese government extended the state of emergency to all the prefectures in Japan, Kyoto Semiconductor extended the measures against COVID-19 to the employees in Hokkaido in an effort to prioritize the safety and the well-being of our employees.

    Although our teams are strongly committed to minimize the impact of this, there could be a possibility of delay in development schedules or optimization in manufacturing capacity depending on the situation. We will keep posting the latest information as the situation evolves. Thank you for your understanding.