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GF is one of the world’s leading semiconductor manufacturers and the only one with a truly global footprint. We are redefining innovation and semiconductor manufacturing by developing feature-rich process technology solutions that provide leadership performance in pervasive high growth markets. As a steadfast partner, with a unique mix of design, development and fabrication services, GF works collaboratively alongside our customers to bring a broad range of innovative products to market. With a global customer base, a talented and diverse workforce and an at-scale manufacturing footprint spanning three continents, GF is delivering a new era of more.
Infineon Technologies focuses on the three central challenges facing modern society: Energy Efficiency, Mobility and Security and offers semiconductors and system solutions for automotive and industrial electronics and chip card and security applications. Infineon’s products stand out for their reliability, their quality excellence and their innovative and leading-edge technology in analog and mixed signal, RF and power as well as embedded control. With a global presence, Infineon operates through its subsidiaries in the USA from Milpitas, California, in the Asia-Pacific region from Singapore, and in Japan from Tokyo.
Wafers and chips are vital to the health of STATS ChipPAC. The company assembles and tests integrated circuits (ICs) for semiconductor manufacturers on a contract basis. STATS ChipPAC receives wafers of ICs from manufacturers which it inspects for flaws, sorts, and cuts into individual chips. It then assembles, packages, and tests them. Analog Devices, Broadcom, Freescale Semiconductor, Intel, Marvell Technology, and QUALCOMM are among the company's top customers. About three-quarters of the company's sales come from the US, where many of the industry's fabless semiconductor companies are based. Singapore Technologies (which is owned by the Singapore government) owns 84% of STATS ChipPAC.