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Infineon chip opens locks
Published in IoT
Thursday, 28 July 2022 11:58

Infineon chip opens locks


No batteries just use your phone

Infineon, which has a new chip for sale that allows the opening of NFC locks without battery, because the energy used is taken from the smartphone.

Infineon sees revenue boost
Published in News
Thursday, 03 February 2022 12:31

Infineon sees revenue boost


Chip shortage will continue into next year

Infineon lifted its revenue forecast for 2022 as it predicted that a global shortage of semiconductors will continue well into the current year.

Infineon warns supply issues will continue until Christmas
Published in PC Hardware


Bottlenecks

The semiconductor industry's struggle to keep up with incoming orders looks set to continue as supply bottlenecks may last until the end of 2022, a member of German chipmaker Infineon's management board told the Handelsblatt newspaper.

Infineon doing better than expected
Published in News
Thursday, 01 August 2019 13:42

Infineon doing better than expected


Cypress deal going well

Infineon expects to meet its lowered guidance for the year to September after posting third quarter sales and profit in line with market expectations.

Chipmakers suffering during trade war
Published in News
Friday, 14 June 2019 10:52

Chipmakers suffering during trade war


No  second half recovery this year

US chipmaker Broadcom warned a US-China trade conflict and export restrictions on Huawei were causing a worldwide slowdown in demand for chips.

Infineon buys Cypress
Published in News
Monday, 03 June 2019 12:34

Infineon buys Cypress


Shareholders worried at more than 9 billion euro price tag.

Infineon has agreed to buy Cypress Semiconductors in a 9 billion euros including debt, sending shares in the German company lower on concerns over the cost.

Infineon says slump has created packed inventory
Published in PC Hardware


Hurting profit margins

German chipmaker Infineon said that a slump in demand had led to an inventory pile-up that would only plateau this summer, keeping the pressure on profit margins.

Computer solves Rubik’s Cube in 637 milliseconds
Published in News


Crunch that!

Infineon said that a machine called Sub1 Reloaded solved Rubik’s Cube in 637 milliseconds - the fastest recorded time for a human to solve the puzzle in 4.9 seconds.

German take-over of Japanese Renesas unlikely
Published in PC Hardware


Japanese government to block the deal

A chance for the chipmaker Renesas to be acquired by Germany's Infineon is likely to be squashed by the Japanese government.

Thursday, 17 March 2011 10:05

Intel buys SySDSoft

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Wants LTE experience