Globalfoundries Dresden certified to manufacture secure products
May 12, 2020The German Federal Office for Information Security (Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik, BSI) has certified the Globalfoundries’ Dresden site according to the latest international Common Criteria standard (ISO 15408, CC Version 3.1).
Skeleton Technologies joins €7 million European project to harvest energy
April 30, 2020Skeleton Technologies is now part of a newly launched pan-European initiative called InComEss, which aims to implement innovative material systems for energy harvesting and electrical energy storage.
First Sensor extends collaboration with Canadian expert for machine vision
November 28, 2019First Sensor is producing image sensors for a new camera family for a Canadian technology leader for industrial visual inspection in the field of machine vision. The project has a term of seven years.
S&T AG: Acquisition of AIS Automation GmbH
October 25, 2019S&T AG signed a purchase agreement to acquire AIS Automation GmbH in Dresden, Germany from Meyer Burger (Germany) GmbH.
GLOBALFOUNDRIES buys Smartcom’s PDK team
October 21, 2019GLOBALFOUNDRIES has acquired the process design kit (PDK) engineering team from Smartcom Bulgaria AD to enhance GF’s scale and capabilities.
ZEISS and Senorics establish partnership
October 10, 2019ZEISS’ investment in Senorics marks the start of a technology collaboration with the sensorics startup based in Dresden, Germany.
Bosch is betting on SiC for electromobility
October 08, 2019Nowadays, all cars feature semiconductors; there is generally more than 50 of them in every vehicle that rolls of the production line.
Dialog Semiconductor to acquire Creative Chips
October 07, 2019Dialog Semiconductor has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Creative Chips GmbH, a supplier of Integrated Circuits (ICs) to the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) market.
Toppan Photomasks and GLOBALFOUNDRIES sign multi-year supply deal
August 16, 2019Toppan Photomasks Inc. has entered into a multi-year supply agreement to provide GLOBALFOUNDRIES with photomasks and related services currently supported by GF’s Burlington, Vermont U.S. photomask manufacturing operation.
JT Energy Systems to produce batteries at former Solarworld plant in Freiberg
August 14, 2019JT Energy Systems acquires the former Solarworld plant in Freiberg near Dresden. JT Energy Systems GmbH, which was established in early 2019 by Jungheinrich AG and Triathlon Holding GmbH, is through this massively expanding its capacity.
Volkswagen relies on Infineon for its electric future
May 10, 2019Chipmaker Infineon is the newest partner in the Volkswagen Group's strategic supplier network FAST (Future Automotive Supply Tracks).
VW Expanding Chattanooga Plant for North American EV Rollout
January 15, 2019Forging ahead with its electric-car offensive, Volkswagen has announced that the company’s Chattanooga, Tennessee plant, which began operations in 2011, will produce vehicles based on their modular electric toolkit MEB, a new generation of electric cars, by 2022.
Anvo-Systems Dresden and Mouser sign distribution agreement
December 05, 2018Anvo-Systems Dresden GmbH, specialist for non-volatile memory products, and Mouser Electronics Inc. have signed a distribution agreement.
TerraE: cell production in Germany
November 19, 2018BMZ acquires TerraE and pushes ahead with plans for a German cell production.
Infineon acquires silicon carbide specialist Siltectra
November 12, 2018Infineon acquires Siltectra GmbH, a start-up based in Dresden. The start-up has developed technology (Cold Split) to process crystal material efficiently and with minimal loss of material.
Daimler to ramp-up its electromobility site Kamenz
November 08, 2018Daimler says that it plans to double the amount of employees at its Accumotive subsidiary at the Kamenz site in Germany. The company says it will employ around 1'000 people by the end of the year.
Bosch invests €1 billion into new wafer fab in Dresden
November 07, 2018Every car nowadays makes use of semiconductors, and that has been true for quite a while. In 2018, every new vehicle featured semiconductors worth 370 dollars, and thanks to increasing electrification and automation, demand for chips in vehicles is expected to rise further over the next few years.
RUAG Space expands electronics competence in Germany
October 02, 2018Navigation computers for satellites are currently being tested at the RUAG Space location near Dresden, Saxony.
Bosch invests EUR 1 billion in German chip plant
June 27, 2018The European chip manufacturer has started building a new factory in Dresden (Germany) that will host 700 employees and produce semiconductors for automotive technology and the IoT.
European research project iDev40 focuses on networkingLoad more news
June 15, 2018The European research project iDev40 (Integrated Development 4.0) is launched today under the leadership of Infineon Austria.