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Located near the Dresden city center, Intel Mobile Communication (IMC) Technology Dresden GmbH is at Europe’s epicenter of microelectronics and semiconductor technology— also known as Silicon Saxony.
Our mobile communications experts, most of whom hold doctoral degrees, develop state-of-the-art baseband and system solutions for LTE technology. Their system know-how covers the full spectrum from the antenna to the application (e.g., LTE, WLAN, Bluetooth, TVoM, UWB or WiMAX).
Core competencies include the design of mobile broadband modems and communications semiconductors, as well as OFDM-based system development.
Situated an hour northeast of Munich, IMC’s Regensburg site is the key competence center company-wide for package development and IT solutions for manufacturing technology.
Employees at Regensburg work on the development of cutting-edge applications for front-end manufacturing and the latest packaging technologies.
Caring for our planet and inspiring the next generation
Our passionate commitment to innovation, and sustainable business practices is what drives us in our ongoing quest for ever-more energy efficient products, and a smaller ecological footprint.
Intel is helping to transform the lives of millions through education. For over a decade, we've been working with countries, communities, and schools worldwide to bring the resources and solutions needed for advancing education. We collaborate with governments, policy-makers, and local vendors to turn their vision into reality.
IMC Technology Dresden is a wholly-owned subsidiary of IMC. The roots of the IMC subsidiary in Dresden dates back to 1999 when it was founded as a spin-off of Dresden University of Technology.
Our Regensburg site provides excellent business opportunities for IMC, a high quality of life for its personnel and proximity to a major university.
Over the past decade, Intel and the Intel Foundation have invested more than $1 billion to improve education globally, partnering with educators, governments, and other companies to develop a range of transformative programs and technology solutions.