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2006-10-27 Infineon faces over $100M charges, lost sales
Infineon Technologies announced to expect charges of around $100.4 million in the 2006 financial year as well as lost planned sales of $188.2 million in the 2007 financial year.
2007-04-20 Infineon expands Singapore R&D operations
Infineon Technologies AG announced the expansion of its R&D activities in Singapore to serve the growing demand for products in the energy efficiency, connectivity and security areas.
2006-03-15 Infineon aims for 70nm DRAMs in '06
Infineon Technologies' memory unit outlined its technology roadmap to keep pace in the competitive DRAM market.
2005-01-27 Finisar, Infineon revise deal to include only optical transceivers
Finisar Corp. and Infineon Technologies AG have agreed to a revised deal under which the U.S. company is acquiring Infineon's loss-making fiber optic transceivers business, but Infineon retains its parallel optics and fiber operations.
2006-11-17 Finding engineers in a global market is key
Talent, the availability and/or lack of it, was seen by all of the panelists as a significant business and technical differentiator, one with a distinct regional flavor.
2009-02-11 China firm to lend Qimonda a hand?
A Chinese semiconductor vendor might be interested in insolvent DRAM manufacturer Qimonda while Infineon Technologies AG is heading for difficult times, admitted Max Kley, Infineon's supervisory board chairman.
2008-03-25 Analyst advises Infineon to drop Qimonda
An analyst has called on Infineon to shutter Qimonda, arguing that the move will help the company focus better on re-energizing its remaining business units and improve the general DRAM oversupply situation.
2008-04-29 Analysis: Infineon can't quite shake off Qimonda
Despite Qimonda's tremendously valuable manufacturing and human assets, Infineon Technologies, which owns almost 80 percent of the company, is having a tough time unloading its stake in the memory IC supplier.
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