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Epcos - TDK  Profile

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Epcos - TDK  Company Overview

EPCOS emerged in March 2003 from Siemens Matsushita Components, which was a joint venture founded in 1989 by Siemens and Matsushita. EPCOS develops, manufactures and markets passive electronic components, focusing on the fast-growing leading-edge technology markets of IT, telecommunications, automotive, industrial and consumer electronics. A uniquely broad product portfolio and truly global presence have made EPCOS the market leader in Europe and the 2nd largest passive component supplier in the world.

Epcos was acquired by TDK Corporation in October, 2009.

Epcos - TDK  Products

The types of products manufactured by Epcos - TDK include Saw filters, Resonators, Capacitors, Ferrites, Inductors, EMC components, Thermistors, Varistors, Ceramic components, Resistors, and Surge Arresters.

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