Texas Instruments is a Dallas, Texas-based company that specializes in developing and commercializing semiconductor and computer technology for cellular handsets, digital signal processors, and analog semiconductors. Other focus areas include chips for emerging medical electronics, energy (including Low Power/No Power, LED Lighting, & Solar Technologies), RFID, and telecommunications infrastructure. The venture arm of Texas instruments is [TI Ventures].

Research Grants 14 show all


$159.7K
2002

$18.2M
2013

$14.1M
2014

$3.3M
2015

$7.8M
2017

Patents 53,223show all

  • 11,766
    H01L - Semiconductor devices
  • 4,394
    G06F - Electric digital data processing
  • 2,670
    G11C - Static stores
  • 2,621
    H04L - Transmission of digital information, e.g. telegraphic communication
  • 2,496
    H03K - Pulse technique
  • 2,277
    G01R - Measuring electric variables
  • 2,153
    H04N - Pictorial communication, e.g. television
  • 1,541
    H04B - Transmission
  • 1,272
    H03M - Coding
  • 1,268
    G02B - Optical elements, systems, or apparatus

SEC Filings show all


239
8-K

78
10-Q

21
10-K

Contact Information

12500 TI Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75243
United States

Overview

Total FundingEmployeesLast Funding DateStatus
10000+Ipo