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2004-07-23 TI reports profit on strong DSP, wireless sales
Texas Instruments Inc. reported second quarter net income of $441 million on sales of $3.2 billion, up from $367 million on sales of $2.9 billion the previous quarter and $121 million on sales of $2.3 billion in the year-ago second quarter.
2007-11-16 Sensors toughen up for industrial use
While there has been a lot of discussion recently about the CMOS and charge-coupled device image sensors used in mobile devices, there's a plethora of sensor types used in other applications including HVAC, motion control, hydraulic systems and robotics.
2014-12-29 Optimise system energy consumption with MRAM
Find out whether the fast-write and power-up-to-write times for MRAM can significantly reduce total system energy consumption compared to either EEPROM or Flash.
2008-06-16 Microchip polishes skills to battle the doldrums
Steve Sanghi joined Microchip Technology Inc. as president and CEO in 1990when the company was near liquidationand engineered a remarkable turnaround.
2010-10-04 Maxim undergoes a makeover
Maxim president and chief executive Tunc Doluca presented “Maxim 2.0?, a makeover of the erstwhile analog chip-focused business. The company has shaken up its corporate culture and expanded its range.
2006-01-13 Design and analysis of a basic class D amplifier
Deceptively complex, Class D amplifiers have a whole series of practical problems that must be overcome to achieve an acceptable result.
2010-12-13 Copy protect FPGA with secure EEPROM
Read about a cost-optimized copy protection scheme that helps protect an FPGA against cloning.
2008-06-11 1-Wire communication with PIC microcontroller
Sashavalli Maniyar introduces users to the 1-Wire communication protocol, as well as describes how a 1-Wire device can be interfaced with PIC MCUs.
2008-10-10 WiMAX Goes Live; Now Comes the Hard Part
It's official: the fledging WiMAX broadband network is finally getting rolling, with companies such as Lenovo, Toshiba and Nokia announcing a number of products (or extensions of previous products) that will take advantage of the competitor to cellular and home data-delivery markets.
2005-09-30 TI's Templeton dismisses alliances with other chip vendors
Texas Instruments' boss is betting the company's future on the strength of its advanced CMOS process technology and analog expertise rather than seeking alliances with other chip vendors.
2007-03-21 TI to shake up 'corporate culture' and revamp fab strategies
Amid stinging losses of its baseband chip monopolies at Docomo, Ericsson and Nokia, Texas Instruments is moving with a new sense of urgency to shake up its corporate culture and revamp its fab and product strategies.
2010-04-29 TI to double 300mm analog fab capacity
Texas Instruments Inc. plans to double the manufacturing capacity in its 300mm analog fab in Richardson, bringing its revenue capability to about $2 billion.
2005-02-22 TI sells LCD IC driver unit to Japan's Oki Electric
Continuing to narrow its focus on the analog front, Texas Instruments Inc. late Thursday (Feb. 17) said that it has sold its liquid-crystal display (LCD) IC driver unit to Japan's Oki Electric Industry Co. Ltd.
2009-10-02 TI opens 300mm analog fab in Texas
The Richardson manufacturing facility will use 300mm silicon wafers to manufacture analog chips.
2007-01-26 TI exits 45nm process race
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) has decided to drop the costly business of digital logic process development and rely on foundry partners for its processes.
2009-01-29 TI braces for prolonged recession
TI's Rich Templeton said the reorganization actions should not be seen as a temporary fix but as a new cost structure intended to preserve TI's health in the midst of an economic decline.
2012-06-28 TI bets on China for MCU design
TI's facility in China is not there just to support existing MCU products. Rather, it actually executes some MCU product line development from China.
2004-11-11 TI begins producing DSPs using 90nm technology
Texas Instruments has begun volume production on 1GHz digital signal processors using 90nm process technology.
2004-11-10 TI begins producing DSPs using 90nm technology
After months of telling the industry of its ambitious plans, Texas Instruments Inc. has begun volume production on 1GHz digital signal processors (DSPs) using 90nm process technology
2007-05-22 TI bares details of new 'hybrid' fab strategy
Moving to remain competitive in what has become a brave new world of IC manufacturing, TI had disclosed details of its revised 'hybrid' fab strategy.
2008-03-19 TI backs immigration reform petitions
TI almost spent $2.8 million last year to lobby for immigration reform, funding for research and other issues, according to an Associated Press report.
2009-10-05 TI 300mm fab puts pressure on analog rivals
Texas Instruments Inc. is putting its analog rivals on notice with its latest a 300mm fab in the United States.
2012-01-02 The lowdown on power line communication
Here's a discussion on power line communication and its segments, applications, and challenges.
2006-02-24 NEC revamps automotive strategy
In a move to bolster its automotive microcontroller business, NEC Electronics Corp. said it plans to expand its Roseville, California wafer fab and close an assembly facility in Ballivor, Ireland.
2008-12-03 Market gears up for LTE chips
The specification for 4G wireless, or long-term-evolution (LTE), is expected to be finished this month, and product rollouts are anticipated for 2010 or 2011.
2013-06-27 LG invests in power management chip developer
Active-Semi has received additional funding from LG Electronics which it will use to develop power management chips meant for next-generation mobile devices in Asia.
2008-02-15 Latest IC solutions take center stage at IIC-China 2008
Electronics designers of China will be treated to an array of seminars as well as showcase of new IC technologies and their latest application methodology at the 13th International IC-China Conference & Exhibition.
2012-02-24 ISSCC witnesses first terahertz CMOS
Researchers from the University of Texas have integrated a terahertz imager on-a-chip by fabricating high-speed Schottky diodes in CMOS.
2014-06-16 Is the need for analogue engineers vital?
The effect of the shift to digital electronics is greatly felt in the analogue mixed-signal design segment, where job postings either remain unfilled or analogue designers have trouble finding work.
2008-04-10 India makes headway in analog design
India has made great strides in recent years in the field of analog design, which is often considered more art than science.
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