|Traded as||Frankfurt: IFX.F|
|Headquarters||Neubiberg 85579, GER|
|Dr. Reinhard Ploss|
|Revenue||Eur 5.795 billion|
|Eur 555 million|
|Eur 634 million|
|Total assets||Eur 8.741 billion|
|Total equity||Eur 4.665 billion|
Number of employees
Infineon Technologies AG,
was created in 1999 through a spin-off from Siemens AG and was part of the of the DAX index and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in 2000. The semiconductor manufacturer headquartered in Neubiberg near Munich generates a worldwide revenue of 5.795 billion Euros with around 36000 employees.
The company is divided into four business sections: Automotive (ATV) microcontroller, sensors and semiconductor for powertrains, safty systems, and comfort electronics.
Industrial Power Control (IPC) includes the control of electric drives, industrial applications, household appliances and modules for renewable energy production, transmission and conversion.
Power Management and Multimarket (PMM) efficient power managment , high frequencyapplications, consumer electronics, television, mobile phones, games consoles, server
Chip Card and Secruity (CCS) Microcontroller for SIM cards, security chips for payment cards, chip-based passports and ID Cards
Since 1999, Infineon has engaged in a number of M&A deals: 32 transactions with a value of EUR 4.786 bil. (for number nad value per year, see figure below).
Top 10 Deals Infineon
|Rank||Date||Target||Nation||Value (in bil. Euro)||Value (in bil. USD)|
|1||08.20.2014||International Rectifier Corp||United States||2.1616||2.866456|
|2||07.14.2016||Wolfspeed Inc||United States||0.7644||0.85|
|3||06.07.2002||Telefon AB LM Ericsson0Micro||Sweden||0.4757||0.450821|
|4||08.20.2007||LSI Corp0Mobility Prod Bus||United States||0.3710||0.5|
|5||04.30.2001||Catamaran Communications||United States||0.2818||0.25|
|6||03.01.2004||Infineon Technologies SC 300||Germany||0.2780||0.346677|
|8||05.10.2011||Qimonda AG0Operations in Dresd||Germany||0.1006||0.144957|