Texas Instruments (TI) is an American technology company that develops semiconductors and other technology solutions for a variety of industries including industrial, automotive, personal electronics, and more.
Founded in 1930 by Cecil H. Green, J. Erik Jonsson, Eugene McDermott, and Patrick E. Haggerty in Dallas, Texas.
In the 1950s, TI became the first company to manufacture silicon transistors.
In the 1960s, TI produced the first handheld electronic calculator.
In the 1980s, TI became a major supplier of digital signal processors (DSPs) for the telecommunications industry.
Today, TI is one of the largest semiconductor manufacturers in the world with over 100,000 products in its portfolio.
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TI's digital signal processors are used in a variety of industries including communications, automotive, and medical. They enable efficient and real-time processing of audio, video, and other signals.
TI's analog integrated circuits are used in a variety of applications including power management, healthcare, and industrial automation. They offer high precision and low power consumption.
TI's microcontrollers are used in a variety of applications including appliances, automotive, and personal electronics. They offer a wide range of functionalities and low power consumption.
Texas Instruments develops and produces semiconductors and other technology solutions for a variety of industries.
TI is known for producing the first handheld electronic calculator and becoming a major supplier of digital signal processors (DSPs).
TI serves a variety of industries including industrial, automotive, personal electronics, and more.
DSPs are digital signal processors, which are specialized microprocessors optimized to process digital signals such as audio, video, and other signals.
Analog ICs process continuous signals such as sound or temperature while digital ICs process binary signals (0 and 1) and are used in digital electronics such as computers and smartphones.