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15 Jul 2019

Celebrating 50 years: One giant leap for TI’s integrated circuits

Voyager, Apollo, Mariner – these space missions may never have been possible without the invention of the IC. Jack Kilby's integrated circuit helped solve technological challenges of space flight by allowing engineers to put multiple electronic circuits on a small, flat piece of semiconductor material, saving weight and power.

25 Jun 2019

New metering technology helps make every drop count

Ultrasonic technology gives water meters installed in smart buildings and smart cities the ability to detect and localize leaks as small as one drop every few seconds. 

18 Jun 2019

The Spirit of Caring: TI honored for support of United Way of Metropolitan Dallas

The United Way of Metropolitan Dallas touches the lives of one in five North Texans, and our company was recently recognized for playing a key role for ongoing support of the important work accomplished by the organization. 

10 Jun 2019

How technology is powering the reality of our EV future

More than 250 public electric vehicle (EV) charging stations are scattered across Dallas, in small clusters of two or three at grocery stores, hotels and shopping centers. It’s a patchwork infrastructure of park-and-plug spots in major cities around the United States.  

18 Apr 2019

TI has selected Richardson, Texas as the location for our next 300mm analog wafer fab

TI has selected Richardson, Texas as the location for our next 300mm analog wafer fab. The decision to build a second fab in Richardson furthers our ongoing commitment to North Texas and is an important step in our strategy to invest in more 300mm manufacturing capacity, which is a competitive advantage for our company.

19 Sep 2017

How two engineers used problem solving to turn a terminal diagnosis into hope for their son and countless others

Everything changed for TI engineers Matt and Gina Hann when they were told to prepare for the end of their son’s life. They decided to approach the situation as a problem to be solved, and pored over research to slow the progression of his disease, search for hope, and work toward a cure.