Infineon is a world leader in semiconductors. Combining entrepreneurial success with responsible action, at Infineon we make the world easier, safer and greener. Barely visible, semiconductors have become an indispensable part of our daily lives. We are playing a key role in shaping a better future – with microelectronics that link the real and the digital world. Our semiconductors enable smart mobility, efficient energy management and the secure capture and transfer of data. Infineon achieves €8,029 million revenue in the 2019 fiscal year, 41,100 employees worldwide (as of 30. September 2019), 37 research and development locations, 17 manufacturing locations and 44 sales locations worldwide.
Infineon organizes its operations in four divisions: Automotive, Industrial Power Control, Power Management & Multimarket and Digital Security Solutions.
ATV division is shaping the future of mobility by enabling clean, safe and smart vehicles. ATV supports the growing electrification of previously hydraulic and electromechanical systems plus a steady stream of safety, convenience and lighting innovations. In addition, the ATV product and solution spectrum is powering the transition towards hybrid and pure electric vehicles, and towards higher levels of automation. With more than 40 years’ experience in automotive semiconductors, ATV is a world leader in this field. As the global number 1 in power semiconductors, ATV’s expertise in SiC is also increasingly resonating with the automotive market. In addition, the company ranks number 1 in radar sensor chips for driver assistance systems, also supporting this application with its highly scalable AURIX™ microcontrollers. The division’s success builds on its vast system knowledge combined with its passion for innovation and quality.
Industrial Power Control (IPC)
IPC division delivers leading semiconductor solutions for smart and efficient energy generation, storage, transmission and consumption. Its broad application spectrum extends from photovoltaic installations, wind turbines and high-voltage DC transmission systems through energy storage systems to charging infrastructures for electric vehicles, industrial drives, trains and home appliances. Infineon is the world leader in IGBT-based power semiconductors and modules. To strengthen its core IPC business, this division leverages its technology leadership in the promising wide-bandgap material SiC, complementing its innovative drive with a strong belief in integration and digitalization.
Power Management & Multimarket (PMM)
PMM division offers a wide range of world-class power and sensor technologies. Highly precise XENSIV™ sensing solutions such as MEMS microphones, pressure sensors and radar sensors, advanced 3D ToF imagers are bringing “human” senses to IoT devices, enabling them to react to their surroundings. In addition the next generations of Si, SiC and GaN-based products mark a new efficiency and reliability paradigm for power solutions that build smart sensing, computing and actuation functions into the very core of intelligent devices. PMM’s portfolio also integrates cooler, smaller and lighter audio amplifiers, which enable customers to create better-sounding systems and deliver exceptional audio performance with HMI-enabled speakers and other audio products. These technologies combine to make human-to-machine and machine-to-machine interaction energy efficient, safe and seamless.
Digital Security Solutions (DSS)
DSS division provides security for the connected world. For over 30 years, DSS has been delivering security solutions for some of the world’s largest security projects spanning areas as diverse as consumer electronics, IT equipment, IoT devices, credit cards, electronic passports and ID cards. DSS is at the forefront of security solutions that provide robust protection of devices, machines, identities, intellectual property (IP) and data. The division’s success is built on its ability to adopt a holistic approach, which starts with an in-depth understanding of each customer’s system and respective security needs. This approach enables DSS to deliver tailored security solutions combining security microcontrollers with software