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Infineon Technologies is a German manufacturer of integrated circuits and related products. It was formed from the semiconductor division of Siemens AG in 1999, and went public in 2000. Its headquarters are in Munich, Germany, with major production and R&D sites around the world. In fiscal year 2003, the company achieved sales of Euro 6.15 billion.


Infineon's main product lines are integrated circuits in the following areas:

Infineon was investigated by the United States Department of Justice - Antitrust Division and charged with price fixing of DRAM between July 1, 1999 and June 15, 2002 along with other unnamed companies. Infineon plead guilty to one charge and payed a fine of $160 million.


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Infineon website (http://www.infineon.com)


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Infineon Technologies is one of the world's leading providers of highly integrated telecom system ICs, microcontrollers, memory and high-frequency components, discrete semiconductors, power ICs, sensors and fiber-optic components.
Infineon Technologies is the largest high-tech spin-off in European industry.
Infineon has moved up from 19th largest semiconductor manufacturer in 1993 to 10th largest in 1998, making it an excellent example of how Europe's microelectronics industry has caught up with American and Japanese competitors.
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