Texas Instruments

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TI is a global semiconductor design and manufacturing company that develops analog and embedded processing semiconductors. For more than 80 years, we have used increasingly complex signal-processing technology - with advances ranging from the incremental to the revolutionary - to literally and repeatedly change the world.

By employing the world's brightest minds, we create innovations that shape the future of technology.

Our employees are a tremendously diverse group, coming from nearly every continent, embracing scores of different cultures and viewpoints, and speaking dozens of languages; yet we all share a passion for discovery. After all, what we do is innovate. We anticipate global technological needs and develop the right solutions to address them.

We support our employees and the communities where we operate by behaving ethically, being socially responsible, and exercising environmental stewardship. At our sites, we care for the safety and health of employees and continue to rank as one of the safest companies in the industry. We also take an industry-leading role in energy- and resource-efficient operations. In fact, we built the world's first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design-certified semiconductor manufacturing facility.

Our philanthropic focus in the communities where we operate is education. In the U.S., we make investments to increase the number of graduates with science, technology, engineering and math degrees. In other parts of the world, we work to increase access to education.


We design and make semiconductors that we sell to electronics designers and manufacturers all over the world. We have three segments: analog, embedded processing and other. The latter includes revenue from our smaller product lines such as DLP® technology, which is used in digital projectors and movie theaters, as well as custom application-specific integrated circuits and calculators. The other segment also includes products sold into smartphones and consumer tablets, which were part of our former wireless segment and are referred to as legacy wireless products. We eliminated the Wireless business unit effective Jan. 1, 2013, and our legal wireless product revenue was essentially zero by the end of 2013.


In 2013, TI's revenue was $12.2 billion.


At the end of 2013, TI had approximately 32,200 employees, down from 34,200 in 2012.


TI is incorporated in Delaware; headquartered in Dallas, Texas; and has manufacturing, design or sales operations in 35 countries serving more than 100,000 customers worldwide. Sites shown on the map are representative of our operations.