7% wasn’t enough - shareholders and the board will demand deeper cuts
Topics regarding layoffs at Xilinx Inc.
Heard from one of the senior managers significant layoffs planned to try and get expenses under control.
FPGAs are in automotive, defense, wired and wireless and trying to get into data center. Intel buying Altera might change things. Will Xilinx face significant headwinds in the near future?
The companny has no roots and respect , specially Liam .feading from others and just (self center) Terrible company to work for . This company has 80%profit margin . And laying off people in quarterly bases ken Chang and Liam has to go — read more
Money is rolling in https://www.fudzilla.com/news/memory-and-storage/48606-xilinx-thrived-to-3-06b-in-fy2019 — read more
How does the future of the company look like. In terms of product selling and revenue streams. FPGAs hopefully aren't doing as worse as ASICs in the mobile computing space.
About 300 people were let go, that was something like 10% of the overall workforce. The layoffs were global. I hear that they will be cutting even more in Q2 and Q3 of 2015. The word on the street is that 20% of the work force will be cut now, so... — read more
123 in San Jose according to the Warn list on the CA government site. Intel looks like it is having a huge layoff at the same time with 128 people. The semiconductor business is not as rosy as the media is painting out to be for this year. Bumped... — read more
Do you know if Xilinx is hiring functional specialists in their Aerospace & Defense Unit? — read more
March 23, 2015, 4 Xilinx employees in Canada were let go. 2 were FAE's, 1 specialist, and 1 salesman. The area director was reduced to a sales guy. Other people were repurposed from specialist roles to more general purpose functions to fill the gaps... — read more
Things will get ugly over next few week
Almost 300 jobs were eliminated in 2008