Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI)

Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI)

Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) was founded in 1930 and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, USA. Haviv Ilan is the President and CEO. They design, manufacture, test and sell analog and embedded semiconductors. Industrial and automotive markets are the best markets for their products .

The company focuses on amplifiers, audio, clock and timing, data converters, die and wafer services, DLP® products, interfaces, isolation devices, logic, microcontrollers (MCUs) and processors, motor drivers, power management, radio frequency & Microwaves, Sensors, Switches & Multiplexers, Wireless Connectivity.

Their values: Trustworthy, Inclusive, Innovative, Competitive, Results-oriented

Acquisition history:

In October 1999, TI acquired power Trends

In 2000, TI acquired Burr Brown (BB) at approximately $7.6 billion.

In September 2011, TI acquired National semiconductor(NS.NSC) for US$6.5 billion.

In 2021, TI acquired an operational 300mm fabrication plant located in Lehi, Utah from Micron for $900 million.

Main application fields:

Automotive, Communications Equipment, Enterprise Systems, Industrial Applications, Aerospace and Defense, Appliances, Building Automation, Factory Automation and Control, Grid Infrastructure, Industrial Transportation (non-automotive and non-light truck), Lighting, Medical, Motor Drives, Power Delivery, Pro Audio, Video & Signage, Retail Automation & Payments, Test & Measurement, Personal Electronics.

Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI)