September 2015

X-FAB Sets the Benchmark for Low-Noise CMOS by Reducing Flicker Noise by a Factor of Five with its New Cost-Effective Transistors on 0.35µm and 0.18µm CMOS Platforms

Enhanced XH035 and XH018 CMOS transistors deliver industry-leading performance for highly noise-sensitive applications

Juni 2015

X-FAB kündigt erste kosteneffiziente 180-Nanometer-SOI-Foundrytechnologie für Anwendungen im Automobilbereich an

XT018 übertrifft Bulk-CMOS-Lösungen mit einer gleichzeitigen Kostenersparnis von bis zu 30 Prozent

Mai 2015

X-FAB and Exagan Partner to Develop Robust Production Process for High-Volume GaN-on-Silicon Devices on 200mm Wafers

Leading Silicon Foundry and New GaN Start-Up Collaborate to Increase Manufacturability and Reduce Costs for Highly Efficient Power Switches

April 2015

Als weltweit erste Foundry bietet X-FAB hochempfindliche UV Photodioden als Standard-Prozessoption an

Kostengünstige Integration von Photodioden mit ausgezeichneter Quanteneffizienz im ultravioletten Spektralbereich eröffnet neue Anwendungsfelder

April 2015

X-FAB to Exhibit, Introduce its Support for Cadence Digital Signoff Solutions, and Present at CDNLive EMEA 2015

WhoX-FAB Silicon Foundries, the world's leading full service foundry group for analog/mixed-signal semiconductor applicationsWhat Will share information next week at CDNLive EMEA – the Cadence® User conference in Munich, Germany – about how to achieve first-time-right success for 

Februar 2015

X-FAB eröffnet neue MEMS-Fabrik in Erfurt

Thüringens Wirtschaftsminister Wolfgang Tiefensee hat heute gemeinsam mit dem CEO der X-FAB-Gruppe, Rudi De Winter, den Reinraum der neuen MEMS-Fabrik eröffnet

Januar 2015

X-FAB committed to support its customers in fulfilling the medical quality standard ISO 13485

The international standard ISO 13485 specifies requirements for a quality management system whereby an organization needs to demonstrate its ability to provide medical devices and related services that consistently meet customer requirements and regulatory requirements applicable to medical devices