Infineon Technologies Austria AG

Infineon Austria – innovative semiconductor and system solutions.
Every third smartphone in the world uses an Infineon silicon microphone – Expertise powered by Infineon Austria
Innovative security technologies for contactless payment via Near Field Communication - Expertise powered by Infineon Austria
An Infineon security controller is contained in about half of all the passports and identity documents – Expertise powered by Infineon Austria
Infineon microcontrollers control engine and transmission management in every new car around the world - Expertise powered by Infineon Austria

Innovative Semiconductor Technology - Adressing Global Challenges

Headquartered in Villach, Infineon Technologies Austria AG is a Group subsidiary of Infineon Technologies AG. There are further branch offices in Klagenfurt, Graz, Linz and Vienna. Outside of Germany, Austria is the only site worldwide at which Infineon consolidates expertise in research and development, production and global responsibility for business performance.

The basis for success is an international team with staff members from approximately 60 different nations. This staff has established Infineon Austria as an important corporate leader in Austria.

Energy efficiency, mobility and security are three of the central requirements of modern society. They are also the central challenges that Infineon Austria addresses with its semiconductor and system solutions. Whether in the car, industrial electronics or chip cards, Infineon technology is behind many applications in everyday life. Innovation is the driver and at the same time binding element across all product groups, from analog and mixed-signal circuits to high-frequency and power semiconductors all the way to Embedded Control solutions.

Infineon Austria - Your daily companion

Did you know that,

  • Every third smartphone in the world uses an Infineon silicon microphone to get the message across?
  • An Infineon security controller is contained in about half of all the passports and identity documents in the world?
  • An Infineon power semiconductor regulates current conversion in 40 percent of all servers?