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Last €14.45 EUR
Change Today +0.065 / 0.45%
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sumitomo electric industries (SMO) Snapshot

Open
€14.60
Previous Close
€14.39
Day High
€14.60
Day Low
€14.45
52 Week High
05/27/15 - €14.76
52 Week Low
12/17/14 - €9.76
Market Cap
11.5B
Average Volume 10 Days
230.1
EPS TTM
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Shares Outstanding
793.9M
EX-Date
09/28/15
P/E TM
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Dividend
€35.00
Dividend Yield
1.56%
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sumitomo electric industries (SMO) Details

Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. primarily manufactures and sells electric wires and cables worldwide. Its Automotive segment provides wiring harnesses, wheel speed sensors, connectors, center cluster integration panels, and anti-vibration rubber products. The company’s Infocommunications segment offers optical fibers and cables, fusion splicers and accessories, optical data links, optical and electron devices, river/road information systems, optical connectors and connectivity products, optical fiber network related products, two-way communication devices, traffic control systems, remote radio head series, and access network system products. Its Electronics segment provides flexible printed circuits, compound semiconductors, irradiated products, copper and twisted wires, contact probes, polyimide tubes, thunderbolts, flat components, gallium nitride substrates, electronic wires, fluororesin-coated products, POREFLON modules, and materials for electronic components. The company’s Environment and Energy segment offers ecology, high-voltage power, high-temperature superconducting, and submarine power cables; insulated wires; fiber-optic distributed temperature sensing systems; sintered ZnS far-infrared lenses; aluminum wires and bars; porous metals for batteries; cables for firefighting; trolley wires for railways; infrared optical products; wind profiler radar systems; air springs; and magnet and electroplated wires. Its Industrial Materials and Others segment provides cemented carbide inserts, end mills and drills, powder metallurgical parts, bonding tools, steel wires for springs, synthetic diamonds, microdrills, composite material for substrates and heat sinks, epoxy-coated steel wires, steel cords, hard materials, and sintered parts. The company was formerly known as Sumitomo Electric Wire & Cable Works and changed its name to Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. in 1939. Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. was founded in 1897 and is headquartered in Osaka, Japan.

Founded in 1897

sumitomo electric industries (SMO) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President, Chief Ope...
Total Annual Compensation: ¥147.7K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

sumitomo electric industries (SMO) Key Developments

Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd. to Report Fiscal Year 2015 Results on May 15, 2015

Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd. announced that they will report fiscal year 2015 results on May 15, 2015

Sumitomo Electric Develops New-Type Multi-Core Optical Fiber for Optical Interconnects and Realized High-Density Multi-Core Fiber Optic Cable

Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd. has developed a multi-core optical fiber including 8 cores in the standard 125 -µm cladding suitable for optical interconnects, and realized an ultra-high-density fiber optic cable with the high core density ever reported. To cope with the growing data traffic in the short-reach interconnects used for parallel processing in supercomputers and resource disaggregation in data centers, optical interconnect technologies for broadband high-density transmission are intensively researched and developed. At the same time, the multi-core optical fiber (MCF) 2 that has multiple cores in one fiber has been also intensively researched and developed. The MCF is expected as aoptical fiber that can realize ultra-high-capacity transmission systems. Most of the ever-reported MCF developments had permitted the cladding diameter thicker than the standard 125 -µm optical fibers to increase core count while realizing good optical properties of each core and suppressing core-to-core crosstalk. The MCF also has optical characteristics comparable to the standard single-mode fiber (SSMF) specialized for 1.3 -µm wavelength band where signal distortion can be suppressed. Having such features, the 125 -µm cladding realizes the mechanical reliability equivalent to that of the standard optical fibers, and can utilize various technologies related to the standard optical fibers such as cabling and connecting technologies. The core count of 8 has been desired since full-duplex (2 × -) 100-Gb/s (4 × 25 Gb/s) signals can be transmitted over one MCF with a transmitting and receiving technology for the conventional 25-Gb/s signals. The realized optical characteristics have a high affinity to silicon photonics technology that realizes highly integrated optical devices operable at 1.3 -µm band. The company fabricated a 12-MCF cable using the developed MCFs, in which 96 cores were included within an outer diameter of 3 mm. The achieved core density was more than 2 times higher than those of ever-reported fiber optic communication cables. The company also evaluated the transmission characteristics in 1.3-µm band of the 1.1-km-long MCF cable. The evaluation test using 100G-ethernet (100GBASE-LR4) transceiver revealed that the MCF cable assures the error-free transmission for 800 Gb/s (8 cores × 4 wavelengths × 25 Gb/s) signals, which is 8 times higher than the SSMF case. The results of the transmission experiment indicate that the developed MCF cable has the transmission capacity no less than 9.6 Tb/s (12 fibers × 8 cores × 4 wavelength × 25 Gb/s). Improvements on transceivers can further enhance the transmission capacity.

Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd. to Report Q3, 2015 Results on Feb 03, 2015

Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd. announced that they will report Q3, 2015 results on Feb 03, 2015

 

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