December 2005

1st Silicon and mSilicon Engage Mtekvision, Korea's Leading Fabless Semiconductor Company

1st Silicon (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd., a premier semiconductor-manufacturing foundry, and mSilicon Co. Ltd of Korea embarked on a manufacturing agreement that will result in the delivery of wafers to Mtekvision Co. Ltd., the leading fabless semiconductor company in Korea.Under terms of the agreement, 

November 2005

X-FAB vergibt Stipendien an Ilmenauer Nachwuchswissenschaftler

Die X-FAB Semiconductor Foundries AG, ein führendes auf die Fertigung analog-digitaler Mikrochips spezialisiertes Unternehmen, hat am 28. November 2005 an seinem Hauptsitz in Erfurt drei Stipendien für sehr gute Studienleistungen und zur Förderung wissenschaftlicher Arbeiten auf dem Gebiet der 

November 2005

X-FAB Announces Highest Quarterly Sales in Company History

Forecasts growth significantly above industry average

October 2005

Synopsys and X-FAB Team To Accelerate Analog Mixed-Signal IC Design


September 2005

1st Silicon Wins 2004 Silver Award for Malaysian Occupational Safety and Health

Malaysian Society for Occupational Safety and Health (MSOSH) Award Competition is held annually to reward companies with successful business practices

September 2005

X-FAB will not acquire Infineon plant in Perlach

During discussions in the past weeks initiated by Infineon, Infineon Technologies AG (FSE/NYSE: IFX), Munich, and X-FAB Semiconductor Foundries AG, Erfurt, concluded that X-FAB will not take over the Infineon plant in Perlach. Both X-FAB and Infineon were prepared to make concessions to continue 

August 2005

X-FAB continues to grow sales and earnings in the first half-year, Company expects double-digit sales growth with disproportionate increase in earning

X-FAB Semiconductor Foundries AG, one of the world's leading analog mixed-signal semiconductor foundries, successfully completed the first six months of 2005. The company increased its sales in the first two quarters by 15.5% to EUR 77.4 million. This compares to sales of EUR 67.0 million in the