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Electric powertrain does away with rare earth metals April 8, 2014Electric powertrain does away with rare earth metals A research consortium of Infineon, Siemens, transmission company ZF Friedrichshafen and the Dresden Technical University has developed a motor for electric vehicles that has the potential to boost electric mobility: Though it does not contain any expensive rare earth metals, it is 15% lighter and significantly smaller than conventional electric motors. Read more What EV charging technologies to watch for in 2014 February 11, 2014What EV charging technologies to watch for in 2014 In this the second part of the series we consider the key trends in power management that will drive the market forward in 2014.  This time we focus on electronic vehicles (EV) market. Read more Continental, Infineon widen powertrain activities February 6, 2014Continental, Infineon widen powertrain activities Automotive supplier Continental has announced organisational changes in its powertrain division: The tasks of strategic and technological planning, currently combined in the Strategy and Technology business unit, will be split into two separate entities. At the same time, semiconductor vendor Infineon has created a new business unit for powertrain semiconductors. Though the measures are not linked directly, they have something in common. Read more Automotive, security products drive Infineon's expectations January 30, 2014Automotive, security products drive Infineon's expectations Not a bad start into the year for Infineon: Despite revenues and profit were in line with the lowered expectations, under the bottom line the chipmaker achieved a better margin than predicted. The good figures were driven mainly by strong sales in the automotive business where Infineon achieved nearly 50% of its overall sales. Read more Infineon hopes to increase tenfold sales to e-cars January 24, 2014Infineon hopes to increase tenfold sales to e-cars Chipmaker Infineon places lots of hopes to the breakthrough of electric mobility. The company expects an increase of its sales into this industry segment by a factor of up to ten, depending on how fast electromobility will prevail. Read more
Dual Hall sensor detects rotation direction and speed
Infineon, ASE plan to utilize copper in chip wire bonding
Battery switch assembly offers very low resistance at high currents
EMiLE integrates power electronics into motor
Infineon steers FlexRay transceiver to automotive data bus market
Duo of driver chip and IGBT gate drivers target HEV powertrain
Industry consortium develops glare-free headlamps
Power Modules excel through high power density and reliability
High-precision Hall effect sensors come in ultra-small package
Renesas passes automotive semiconductor competitors, Semicast reckons
Engine management chip brings fuel economy to motorbikes and lawn mowers
RGB LED driver enables multicolour ambient lighting in cars
24GHz single-chip radar an be used in broad range of applications
German joint industry project develops safer EV traction batteries
Research project aims at avoiding errors in the design of safety-critical components
Continental selects Infineon security devices for digital tachographs
MCU/LIN transceiver combo addresses space, cost constraints
New CAN transceiver improves power-off behavior
Multicore microcontroller supports ASIL D safety requirements
Debug engine supports Infineon's Aurix safety MCU
Infineon, Fuji agree on HybridPACK 2 automotive power module specs
Better driving range though energy management
Fairchild licenses power transistor packaging technology from Infineon
Superjunction power MOSFET integrates fast body diode, meets AEC-Q101
Reneas takes pole position in automotive semiconductor race
Atollic TrueStudio adds support for NXP microcontrollers
Package technology raises current capability, efficiency in power electronics
Infineon re-enters ARM market with motor control families
Infineon rolls auto-qualified power MOSFETs in TO package
Automotive MCU increases in-vehicle security and tamper-proofs ECUs
Infineon rolls multicore automotive microcontroller architecture
Hyundai and Kia select Infineon HybridPACK 1 power modules for their HEVs
Infineon power management devices improve energy efficiency in EPS, motor control, pump applications
HONEY project helps designers to shrink complex automotive systems
Split-voltage E/E architecture takes shape
Infineon extends XC2000 automotive microcontroller family
Infineon watchdog chip pushes TriCore architecture to highest safety levels
LDRA, Altium integrate tools for Infineon's C166 microprocessor
Research project enhances robustness of electronic automotive components
ZF, BMW, Infineon develop hybrid transmission with built-on power electronics
Automotive semiconductor market sees major shift
Infineon launches unit in China dedicated to E-mobility, power electronics
Volkswagen selects Infineon sensor chip to support electric power steering systems
Under the hood, Infineon sees a bright future
Infineon rolls automotive-qualified M2M microcontrollers
Infineon supplying power chips to Tesla
From Li-ion batteries to smart traffic infrastructure – engineers discuss the future of mobility
Research project aims at higher integration for automotive, consumer, medical electronics
Infineon boosts TriCore MCU architecture computing power
Infineon Power MOSFET features very low on-resistance
Wireless control receiver combines high sensitivity, low power
DIANA research project aims at automotive electronics diagnostic capabilities
Multicore reference platform features Infineon TriCore architecture
Brose tops automotive electronics growth ranking
Infineon receives the highest level quality award from Toyota Hirose plant
Automotive chips: Infineon passes Freescale
Semiconductors key to e-car costs reductions, Infineon predicts
Power capacitor chip addresses electromobility


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