Infineon is launching fully-packaged (MEMs bare die and ASIC in a single package) products to serve the silicon microphone business, with an emphasis on low-noise, high-end use cases such as headphones/earbuds, cameras and voice-controlled systems.[Continue reading →]
With voice control emerging as a primary interface to consumer electronics, differentiating a single voice from other speakers and background noise is essential to creating a positive user experience. Infineon and XMOS have teamed on a demonstrator design of an enhanced voice controller system. Shown this week at MWC in Barcelona, the demo system combines Infineon's single-chip 60 GHz radar IC and 70db SNR microphones with an XMOS audio processor to handle intelligent beamforming for far field voice capture.[Continue reading →]
In a collaboration with Google ATAP, Infineon Technologies designed and is producing a world first single-chip radar sensor small enough to work inside a smartwatch and powerful enough to enable smart gesture control of practically any consumer electronics device.[Continue reading →]
Munich, Germany – December 21, 2015 – Microelectronics is the key to a better future and has become an indispensable part of our lives – today and even more tomorrow. At the upcoming CES 2016, Infineon Technologies AG (FSE: IFX / OTCQX: IFNNY) will highlight chip technologies and system solutions for use across multiple categories of the consumer electronics industry. Digitalization as a result of the Internet of Things (IoT) will lead to growing demand for semiconductors which are the crucial element linking the digital and real world. Infineon’s mission is to power the IoT and drive innovation. By making it smart, secure and power efficient, Infineon provides the preconditions for the IoT to become real.
Electronic product manufacturers and supplier companies are invited to visit the Meeting Place (Booth MP25483) in South Hall 2 of the Las Vegas Convention Center to learn more about Infineon-powered products for a wide range of applications.[Continue reading →]
The ASUS Zenfone AR is the company's first smartphone with support for Google TANGO augmented reality technology. A key part of TANGO is a depth-sensing camera module design with the Infineon REAL3 image sensor.[Continue reading →]
New pressure sensor IC has accuracy that can tell what floor of a building you are on and even the size of the steps you are taking in a workout; coming to a wearable or mobile device near you.[Continue reading →]
System cost and consistent accuracy are the keys to broadening the potential market for gesture recognition systems used to control computers and other electronic systems. A new 3D image sensor chip addresses these requirements, featuring the highest level of integration achieved to date.[Continue reading →]