Infineon invests billions in new chip factory in Malaysia

Semiconductor manufacturer Infineon is preparing for a further increase in demand for chips and is investing more than €2 billion in a new factory in Malaysia. The plant is scheduled to start operations in the second half of 2024. At full capacity, it will enable €2 billion in additional annual sales of products based on silicon carbide and gallium nitride, the group announced Thursday.

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