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Infineon confirms mobile unit discussions

German chip-maker Infineon has confirmed it is in discussions with “interested parties” about a transaction concerning its Wireless Solutions business, stating that “significant progress” has been made within these talks

Intel reportedly nearing Infineon deal

There is renewed speculation that Intel is close to finalising a deal to acquire the wireless processor business of Infineon Technologies

Samsung linked to Infineon buy

Samsung is reported to have joined Intel in the bidding war for the mobile business of German chipmaker Infineon Technologies.

Report: Intel inches closer to Infineon deal

Shares in German chipmaker Infineon rose sharply late last week on renewed speculation that the firm is close to selling its mobile business to Intel for as much as US$1.4 billion.

Report: Infineon hires advisor for mobile unit spin-off

German chipmaker Infineon has hired JP Morgan, the US investment bank, to sound out a possible sale of its mobile business, reports the Financial Times.

Report: Intel eyes Infineons mobile chip unit

German chip-maker Infineon is in talks with Intel over the sale of its mobile-related chip business, Financial Times Deutschland reports today, citing sources at Infineon

Infineon swings to profit

The Wall Street Journal reports that chipmaker Infineon swung to a net profit in the fiscal first quarter on growing demand for its logic chips and raised its guidance for 2010.

Nokia and Infineon team on LTE devices

German chip vendor Infineon has received a major boost in the next-generation mobile space, announcing a partnership with Nokia.

Analyst report: 3G iPhone by mid-2008

Apple will launch a 3G version of its iPhone by mid-year that is likely to be powered by German chipmaker Infineon Technologies, UBS analysts told clients in a note published this week.

Linux mobile consortium adds operator members

Mobile operators Verizon Wireless, SK Telecom and France’s SFR are among the latest companies to pledge their commitment to the LiMo Foundation, the organisation behind the Linux mobile operating system (OS).