TI wasn’t always in the semiconductor business. We started out as a small oil and gas company in 1930, then focused on defense systems electronics in the late 1940s. With the invention of the integrated circuit in 1958, TI entered the semiconductor business, devising microprocessors in the 1970s and digital signal processors in the 1980s. Now we’re a global Fortune 500 technology company with more than 40,000 patents to our name.
TI technology is at the heart of all things electronic. We focus on developing analog chips and embedded processors, which account for more than 80 percent of our revenue. After all, there isn’t an electronic device on the planet that doesn’t require an analog chip and most require an embedded processor. We also produce TI DLP® technology and education technology products.
- DC/DC solutions
- Low dropout regulators
- Signal Chain Amplifiers
- Clock and Timing
- Data Converters
- Ultra-low power microcontrollers
- High-performance DSP and Arm® processors
- Wireless connectivity
- ELP Products
QML Class Q & High Temp Products
Ask us about ceramic, QML Class Q and high temperature (up to 210°C) ICs which offer the longevity needed in long-life systems in military and industrial applications, available from Texas Instruments with Team SPIRIT!