Innovation is the foundation upon which TI is built. Today, TI’s Analog and Embedded Processing products are shaping the future of electronics. Tomorrow, the possibilities are endless.

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ensuring safety & security
TI is developing an array of technology
that enhances people's safety and
increases their peace of mind.
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driving medical advances
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Medical electronics demand both
ultra-low power and high performance,
and TI excels at both.
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managing energy
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Energy-efficient technologies are
enabling the world to do more with less
and taking a load off the planet as a whole.
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enabling the cloud
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TI innovations are helping cloud computing
and the Internet achieve their potential.
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on the fringe blog

white board video series

In this series TI innovators discuss the challenges in areas such as cloud connectivity, smart buildings, medical electronics and much more.


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research & development

R&D
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TI's R&D teams are embedded in every business unit across the company, where they work directly with customers and stay closely coupled to the realities of the market. TI also operates about a dozen dedicated research-and-development labs, including several that are specifically designed to spur high-risk, breakthrough ideas that can be rapidly explored in an open and collaborative environment.

invention & reinvention

TI’s origins in 1930 involved an innovative approach to oil exploration using early signal-processing technology. And ever since then the company’s history has been punctuated by important innovations – such as the integrated circuit itself – as well as decisions to remake itself – as a successful defense contractor in the 1940s and, most recently, as the world leader in analog semiconductor technology.

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future innovators


Students, recent engineering graduates and educators see the future at TI