TI's Wireless business has shipped more than 250 million OMAP processors and more than one billion wireless connectivity chipsets, including Wi-Fi™, Bluetooth®, GPS, sub-1GHz, ZigBee®, proprietary 2.4 GHz offerings and more. With silicon-rich smartphones expected to represent an estimated one third of the total available handset market by 2012, TI will continue to hold a prominent stake in this market.
For more information on TI's OMAP processors, visit www.ti.com/omap. For more on TI's connectivity solutions, see www.ti.com/wirelessconnectivity. Viewpoints on the latest mobile trends and news are also provided on TI's Mobile Momentum blog: www.ti.com/mobilemomentum.
OMAP™ applications processors
Wireless connectivity solutionsTI launched its initial connectivity products in the early 2000s to lead the way in coexistence and integration advancements. TI was the first to combine Bluetooth, WiFi™, GPS and FM technologies on a single chip with its WiLink™ 7.0 solution.
TI offers the industry's broadest portfolio of low-power wireless connectivity solutions. With expertise in more than a dozen technologies, TI gives customers the best-suited wireless connectivity for every type of application. TI backs its product portfolio with the support and tools that customers and developers need to quickly and easily bring wirelessly connected designs to market.
We also have companion connectivity solutions for our far-reaching embedded processing portfolio, from high-performance processors to low-power microcontrollers (MCUs). Visit our Wireless Connectivity Portal for an overview of TI-supported wireless technologies, our full product portfolio and example-use cases.
Standards involvement, partner ecosystem and open source supportAn active member in wireless standards bodies and industry organizations, TI provides a robust full set of tools and support for customers, partners and developers to achieve success in the mobile realm. More than 300 members strong, TI's bustling OMAP ecosystem embodies this support, and TI's commitment to industry advancements.
TI also encourages open-source development, and is engaged in various open source efforts and organizations.