will place three of its chips in
Xbox 360 game console.
The memory chipmaker said late Monday that it will provide a removable solid-state memory unit, a custom chip for wireless game-pad controllers, and a security chip for the game machine.
No financial details were disclosed, but Infineon said its products would be in the game machines in the fourth quarter.
announced earlier this month that it would offer two versions of its latest game player. Here in the U.S., the newest Xbox will be for sale for about $400 with a 20GB hard drive; a stripped down version will retail for around $300.
Infineon shares closed Monday up a penny at $9.53 and were not active in the late trading session.