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IAR Systems Enables Scalable Automotive Development Based on Infineon Traveo II Including MCAL - News

May 05, 2021

IAR Systems presented a complete set of development tools for the TraveoTM II family of microcontrollers (MCUs) from Infineon, bringing a solution with AUTOSAR support to companies working with automotive body electronics applications.

Analog & Power

Industry’s First Automotive Qualified SiC Six-Pack Power Module for EV Traction Inverters with HybridPACK Drive CoolSiC - News

May 03, 2021

Infineon Technologies AG introduced a new automotive power module with CoolSiC MOSFET technology.


Eurotech Collaborating with Infineon, Microsoft, and GlobalSign, Developing Solution for Secure Connected Device Rollout - News

April 19, 2021

Eurotech announced it is collaborating with Infineon, Microsoft, and GlobalSign to develop a solution that will simplify large scale, secure rollouts of connected devices.


Infineon Introduces Industry’s First AEC-Q103 Qualified XENSIV MEMS Microphone for Automotive Applications - News

April 19, 2021

Infineon Technologies AG announced the launch of the XENSIV IM67D130A.

Networking & 5G

Infineon Expands Wireless Portfolio with the AIROC Wi-Fi 6/6E-certified Solutions - News

April 06, 2021

Infineon Technologies announced it is expanding its wireless portfolio with the development of the AIROC.


World’s First TPM 2.0 with Open-Source Software Stack Cuts Down Security Integration Efforts in Industrial, Automotive and IoT Applications - News

March 30, 2021

Trusted Platform Modules (TPM) enable secured remote software updates, disc encryption, and user authentication.


Is the World Ready for Quantum Computing? - Story

March 23, 2021

According to an article by renowned security author Michael Cobb, the RSA algorithm and elliptic curve cryptography are the most commonly used forms of encryption today. When a message is sent via smartphone or you access a website, it’s more than likely that these algorithms are being executed in the background.