Bucharest engineering centre opens

Munich, Germany / Bucharest, Romania:
German chipmaker Infineon, in its new Romanian development centre, will initially concentrate on power semiconductors with analog and digital functions (power mixed signals), industrial applications, and security controllers for chip cards. The centre, located in Bucharest, Romania, has a staff of around 60 development engineers.

“Our newest development centre reflects the increasing demand for intelligent power semiconductors for automotive and industrial applications, and here we are developing security controllers for chip cards, particularly for the areas of mobile communication, banking, and identification,” says Infineon’s CEO Dr. Wolfgang Ziebart.

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