You are surfing the internet with your smart phone or downloading a music video – a comfort that enriches your daily life.
Would this all be possible without Danube Mobile Communications Engineering?
DMCE develops integrated microelectronic circuits for the fast growing mobile communications market. Especially in the field of RF transceivers for mid- to high-end smart phones and connected devices, mastering 2G/3G/LTE communication protocols, DMCE is one of the pioneering R&D sites: Microchips based on the know-how of the “think tank” DMCE are sold for more than 100 million times worldwide.
DMCE lives on ideas and innovations, on courageous and forward-looking products. Behind this there are people who aspire to make the best of an idea, to integrate even more functionality on an even reduced area of a microchip. DMCE offers an optimal framework, in which the employees contribute towards an excellent team-spirit. This is the basis for fully exploring the innovative potential of the employees to develop the next generation of high-tech products.
Originally DMCE was founded as research spin-off of the Johannes Kepler University Linz and is now majority owned by Intel Mobile Communications (IMC). IMC develops and markets innovative semiconductor products and solutions for wireless communications leveraging our unique advantages in the areas of RF, Mixed Signal/power management, monolithic integration and comprehensive know-how in cellular software and systems. IMC has formerly been a division of Infineon Technologies AG, called Wireless Solutions (WLS). Early in 2011, Intel Corporation has fully acquired the profitable and fast-growing division with more than 3500 talented employees worldwide.