May 2005

X-FAB announces record sales and earnings for 2004

Positive development of sales and earnings in the first quarter of '05

April 2005

1st Silicon Wins Certification, Award for Information Security Management System and Environmental Reporting

British Standard certification and Malaysia ACCA commendation are significant international awards

March 2005

X-FAB Collaborates with Cadence to Accelerate Analog and Mixed-Signal Designs

Leading Independent Foundry and EDA Supplier Work Together To Deliver Process Design Kits to Lower Customer Development Time and Costs

February 2005

1st Silicon Begins Production Shipments of 0.25µm Embedded Flash Technology

1st Silicon (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd., a premier semiconductor-manufacturing foundry, announced that it has completed qualification and begun production shipment of 0.25µm embedded flash technology. Today's announcement meets a goal set by the Company last summer to have production services ready in the 

January 2005

ZMD/ZFOUNDRY and 1st Silicon Enter Strategic Partnership for Sourcing and Developing Advanced Automotive Technologies

The joint program combines ZMD's established expertise in automotive design, high-voltage processes and quality manufacturing with the advanced process know-how and production capabilities of 1st Silicon. This collaboration will ultimately result in a versatile 0.18µm process platform for 

November 2004

X-FAB continues on course of growth

X-FAB Semiconductor Foundries AG, one of the world's leading analog mixed-signal semiconductor foundries, today announced substantial sales and earnings growth in the third quarter of 2004. Sales revenues increased by 27 percent to EUR 38.3 million, with an operating resultof EUR 2.4 million in the 

November 2004

X-FAB Presents New PIN-Diode Module for Optoelectronic Integration in Mixed-Signal Technologies at electronica 2004

X-FAB Semiconductor Foundries AG, one of the world's leading analog mixed-signal foundries, is presenting a new, patented PIN-diode module for its 0.6 µm BiCMOS technology (XB06) at electronica 2004 in Munich, Germany. For the first time it is therefore now possible to integrate PIN diodes (PIN =