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30 Jan 2023

High-voltage technologies are key to empowering a more sustainable future

As electrification becomes more common, semiconductor innovations enable us to interact with electric vehicles, renewable energy sources and other high-voltage systems safely and reliably.

19 Jan 2023

Haviv Ilan to become next president and CEO of TI

Current CEO Rich Templeton continues as chairman of the board.

04 Jan 2023

5 reasons EVs are here to stay

Semiconductor technology is powering electric vehicles through the innovation curve, eliminating barriers to EV adoption and enabling automakers to design affordable cars that consumers love.

06 Dec 2022

TI’s latest 300-millimeter wafer fab in Lehi, Utah, begins production

LFAB is our second 300-mm fab to start production in 2022, about one year after our company purchased the facility.

29 Nov 2022

It’s a Matter of standardization: new wireless protocol provides a connected foundation for smart devices

As smart, connected devices become more integrated into our everyday lives, the Matter wireless connectivity protocol aims to unify the fragmented Internet of Things ecosystem.

08 Nov 2022

5 things you should know about V2G

As rising demands are pushing electric grids to their limits, vehicle-to-grid (V2G) bidirectional charging can help smooth out peak capacity.

01 Nov 2022

Q&A: How TI is investing in manufacturing capacity to support growth for decades to come

Kyle Flessner, who leads our Technology and Manufacturing Group, discusses TI’s plans to expand internal manufacturing capacity for the long term.

25 Oct 2022

How thermal efficiency is helping data centers run more sustainably

Innovative semiconductor design and packaging technologies are improving efficiencies in data centers as server power demands increase.

29 Sep 2022

TI’s new 300-millimeter wafer fab in Richardson, Texas, begins initial production

We’re building the next era of semiconductor manufacturing to support the future growth in electronics.

12 Sep 2022

Traction inverters: the intersection of automotive innovation and performance

Semiconductor innovations in next-generation traction inverters will help drive electric vehicle performance further, making them even more fun to drive.