Kyocera International (KII) is a manufacturer of mobile telephones for CDMA networks and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Kyocera Corporation that was formed in February 2000 when Kyocera acquired QUALCOMM's San Diego, California-based terrestrial handset division. It produces mobile phones, cellular routers, and Mobile PC Cards for markets in North America, South America, Australia, and New Zealand.
In 2003, Kyocera Wireless India (KWI), based in Bangalore, was established as a fully owned subsidiary of Kyocera Wireless Corp, expanding Kyocera's reach into India's CDMA markets. However, in September 2009, Kyocera Wireless sold KWI to Mindtree Ltd of Bangalore, India.
On March 31, 2010 the company merged Kyocera Wireless Corp with Kyocera Communications Inc. to form Kyocera International.