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Critical Software will integrate employees assigned to Qimonda

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(Amended) Critical Software will integrate the approximately 20 employees currently allocated in Portugal to Qimonda, a company that filed for bankruptcy last month.

«We had a contract for a few years with Qimonda at the Development Center in Porto, where we were with two more companies and where we had about 18 to 21 people,» said Rui Melo Biscaia, from Critical Software, in statements to Business.

According to the official, on Monday, when the contract was unilaterally terminated, Critical absorbed the employees by inserting them in other projects.

In addition to these, Qimonda maintains a outsourcing 60 more employees, hired from Novabase and New Boston Select, who have their jobs at risk, because, according to Negócios, companies do not guarantee their integration.

Editorial note: The news was changed by correcting the name of one of the companies with which Qimonda had outsourcing, which TeK – after being alerted by one of its readers – confirmed to be New Boston Select, unlike the one advanced by Negócios Online, which indicated, in its place, NGS Technology.