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Company Overview of Kyocera Communications, Inc.
Kyocera Communications, Inc. designs and manufactures wireless consumer products to customers in the Americas. It provides mobile handsets, smartphones, waterproof phones, and other wireless products; and accessories, such as car and travel chargers, batteries and doors, data cables, Bluetooth, headsets, memory products, cases and skins, holsters, adapters, and routers. The company has a strategic alliance with WidePoint Corporation. Kyocera Communications, Inc. was formerly known as Kyocera Wireless, Corp. and changed its name to Kyocera Communications, Inc. in April 2009. The company was incorporated in 1999 and is based in San Diego, California. Kyocera Communications, Inc. operates as a ...
9520 Towne Centre Drive
San Diego, CA 92121
Founded in 1999
Key Executives for Kyocera Communications, Inc.
President of Kyocera International Inc
Senior Vice President and General Manager of Global Sales & Marketing
Vice President of Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Kyocera Communications, Inc. Key Developments
Innovative Display Technologies LLC and Delaware Display Group LLC Enter into Settlement and Patent License Agreement with Kyocera Communications, Inc
Jun 29 15
Acacia Research Corporation announced that its subsidiaries Innovative Display Technologies LLC and Delaware Display Group LLC have entered into a settlement and patent license agreement with Kyocera Communications Inc.
Kyocera Communications, Inc. Unveils the New KyoceraRally
Apr 29 15
Kyocera Communications, Inc. unveiled the new KyoceraRally, a smarter feature phone designed for people seeking affordable functionality. With its easy-to-use interface, reliable technology and enhanced communication features, Kyocera Rally fills an underserved need for T-Mobile customers who stick to the basics, like talking, texting and snapping pictures. It will be available on T-Mobiles Data Strong network, covering more than 57 million customers, for $29.99 (plus tax). Rally features a sleek, ergonomic design with a traditional keypad and large separated keys to make calling, texting and navigating apps an easy task. It also utilizes voice-recognition technology and accessibility features, including voice guide/text-to-speech capability that allows readout functionality for menus, text messaging, notifications, and much more. A 3.5mm headset jack enables hands-free operation, while messaging via SMS and MMS is as convenient as ever with T9 predictive text entry.
WidePoint Corporation and Kyocera Communications Inc. Announce WidePointCertificate-On-Device™ on Kyocera Ruggedized Smartphones
Mar 10 15
WidePoint Corporation and Kyocera Communications Inc. announced that WidePointCertificate-on-Device digital certificates can now be utilized on select Kyocera smartphones to enable advanced mobile security features such as on-demand VPN by Mobile Active Defense, Inc. The integrated hardware/software solution will be demonstrated at the AFCEA Homeland Security Conference, which takes place March 10-11 in Washington, D.C. The collaborative offering from Kyocera and WidePoint will be marketed primarily to first responders, border patrol agents, and other mobile law enforcement agents, particularly those working under harsh field conditions.
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