Our company is a reflection of our people – about 30,000 employees in more than 30 countries who have been redefining what’s possible for decades. Companies worldwide count on our relentless drive to deliver products that pioneer tomorrow’s breakthroughs.
Our strengths make us uniquely suited to meet the changing dynamics in the industrial and automotive markets. Our business model is built on four competitive advantages that differentiate us and allow us to grow, generate and return cash to shareholders:
- The broadest portfolio of differentiated analog and embedded processing products
- The broadest reach of our market channels
- The diversity and longevity of our products, markets and customers
- A strong foundation in technology and manufacturing
Our history is engrained in our name, Texas Instruments. We were founded in 1930 as an oil and gas exploration company – established with a Texas-born determination to ask, “What if?” – and to answer with ideas that open new markets and avenues of innovation. Over the years, as markets and industries have changed, we have reengineered our company time and time again to grow and thrive. And along the way, our core values of integrity, innovation and commitment have remained the same.?
Companies in every market continue to add more electronics to make their products smarter, safer, more efficient and more connected. Our breakthroughs in analog and embedded processing semiconductors help companies create innovative, differentiated applications.
Our technologies are at work in every type of electronic system in markets that include:
TI Strategic Relationships and Ventures
TI Strategic Relationships and Ventures collaborates with startups, early stage companies and entrepreneurs. Occasionally, we will make strategic equity investments that are typically accompanied by a commercial agreement or relationship with a TI business.?
Areas of interest include semiconductor technologies focused on:
- Analog power, analog signal path and embedded processing;
- Materials, packaging and process;
- Industrial, automotive, aerospace and defense, personal electronics, communications equipment and enterprise systems.