Creating new possibilities with connectivity technology

Making connections simpler, scalable and more secure

Connectivity technologies for a smarter world

In a world where systems share billions of data points, you need technology to transfer that data securely and without interference. Connectivity enables systems to evolve. A heating, ventilation and air-conditioning system has air purifier functions that read data and alert you to filter-change requirements, a factory uses data to know when demand shifts and can reprogram in real time, and mobile devices can conveniently track electric vehicle charging availability and billing. The added connections create endless possibilities for all applications.

Enable connections with TI technology


Broad portfolio

Choose from proven and tested connectivity devices with vast protocol support to meet the highest industrial, automotive, enterprise and regulatory compliance standards.


Comprehensive features

Select the right feature for your design – wired or wireless, or short or long range. We help you add functionality to your systems.


Affordable solutions

Expand the application of connectivity technologies with high-quality devices at an affordable price, and reuse your investment and knowledge across various applications.

The RS-485 Design Guide

We have a broad portfolio of devices supporting industry-standard wired and wireless protocols such as RS-485, Flat Panel Display (FPD)-Link, Ethernet, Wireless Smart Utility Network (Wi-SUN) and Bluetooth®. Learn more about the RS-485 standard and how it can help you accomplish a resilient and reliable data transmission design in the shortest time possible.

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Connectivity in more places

Build a better grid with connectivity technology. Employing the right connectivity technologies enables systems to generate insights and handle the data coming from additional grid ecosystems such as electric vehicle charging and energy storage. Such insights help make the grid more efficient, sustainable and reliable, so you can focus on improving infrastructure stability and scalability.

Efficiently handle data with our reliable, affordable portfolio of devices supporting a wide variety of industry-standard wired and wireless protocols, with many devices certified to various component- and system-level standards.

Create communicative factories with more automation. With enhanced connectivity, factories can respond quickly to changing demand and system conditions. Our portfolio of devices supporting standard and emerging industrial communication protocols help factories seamlessly transition to become smarter and more efficient. Wired and wireless connectivity solutions enable high-performance factories that can withstand harsh environments and meet the latest industrial standards.

Drive the latest technology advancements in autonomous and electric vehicles with connectivity. Examples of applications that rely on connectivity include sensor-fusion ecosystems, smartphone connectivity, roadside assistance, and traffic and collision warnings.

We enable compact, flexible, reliable and safer systems while meeting strict automotive electromagnetic compatibility requirements with our wired and wireless portfolios. With a broad range of protocol options, integration and support, you can select the right features without compromising on power and start your connected vehicle design today.

Add more intelligence to city environments by synthesizing data for transfer to various systems through wired and wireless technologies. The conversion of this data into insights enables more seamless interaction between humans and technology inside schools, hospitals, commercial buildings, even on the street. Leveraging data through connectivity technologies optimizes energy consumption and creates smarter, more sustainable and resilient cities.

Connected security systems help keep neighborhoods safer and provide peace of mind through smart looks, connected cameras, glass-break sensors and fire detection – all connected to municipalities and mobile devices.


Promises of unified smart home and buildings have gripped the Internet of Things market for the past 10 years. Smart devices are built on various connectivity protocols such as the new Matter protocol. Connected home applications require affordable, flexible and lower-power connectivity technologies. Wired technologies enable users to have options when it comes to their heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems, lights and more.

Connected sensors enable healthier and more sustainable buildings, enabling air-quality control by sensing and connecting to airflow and HVAC systems.