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Infineon Technologies Austria AG - Chipset manufacturer and search driver

Infineon Technologies Austria AG – Chipset manufacturer and search driver

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Facts: Infineon Technologies Austria

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  • was established: 1999
  • headquarters:9500 Villach, Siemensstrasse 2
  • employees: 4820
  • Activities: Production, research and development of semiconductor products
  • Business volume (2021): 3.89 billion euros
  • owner: Infineon Technologies Holding BV (99.996%), Infineon Technologies AG (0.004%)
  • Management: Dr. Sabine Herlichka (CEO, Chief Technology Officer), Diplomat, Oliver Heinrich (Chief Financial Officer), Dr. Thomas Reisinger (COO)
  • Director group:Diplomat Jochen Hannebeck (Chairman), Dr. Sven Schneider (Senior Vice President), Mag. Silvia Angelou (Second Vice-Chair), Andreas Brandstater, Evangelical Diplomat Harald Alfred Dewath, Professor D. Wolfgang Knoll, Gerhard Kuechling, Robert Molnerich
  • Exchange Scale: EN0006231004
  • Site:

Company History

The company was started in 1970 by Tech giant Siemens was established Diode production facility in Villach. Since then, the Carinthian production site has become an essential part of today’s Infineon Technologies. Already in the seventies to the eighties, the site was repeatedly expanded and in 1997 to Global Efficiency Center for Power Electronics Absolutely.

After expanding the Austrian presence by Development centers in Graz (1998) and Linz (1999) Siemens’ semiconductor division has become 1999 sprang up and became Infineon Technologies. The Infineon Group went public in 2000 and has been listed on the German Stock Exchange since then (ISIN DE0006231004).

Sabine Herlichka, CEO, Infineon Technologies Austria

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In addition to the three branches in Villach, Graz and Linz, which are constantly expanding, Infineon Technologies Austria expanded in the 2000s Locations in Klagenfurt, Bucharest (Romania), Colim (Malaysia) and Vienna expanded.

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