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Texas Instruments Announces New President, CEO to Succeed Rich Templeton

by | Jan 20, 2023

Texas Instruments, the Dallas-based semiconductor giant, announced that Haviv Ilan will become the company’s new president and chief executive officer, effective April 1.

Current president and CEO Rich Templeton will remain with TI as its chairman, the company said.

“Haviv is an inspiring leader who is widely respected amongst our customers, employees and shareholders,” Templeton said in a statement....

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Spot On: Texas Instruments Announces First Chipset That Enables Cameras and Sensors to Clean Themselves
by | Jan 17, 2023
TI has introduced the first purpose-built semiconductors with ultrasonic lens cleaning technology. The new tech enables camera systems to quickly detect and remove dirt, ice, and water using microscopic vibrations. "ULC can make widespread use of self-cleaning cameras and sensors a reality," says TI's Avia Yashar—an important development that could offer applications for sensor-packed autonomous vehicles.
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TI Expands Its Space-Grade Products for Missions From New Space to Deep Space
by | Nov 28, 2022

Dallas-based global semiconductor company Texas Instruments is expanding its lineup of space-grade analog semiconductor products in plastic packages that can used for a variety of missions—from new space to deep space....

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Tech Titans Adds 6 Industry Veterans to Its Board of Directors
by | Nov 12, 2022

Richardson-based Tech Titans has announced the newest additions to its board of directors.

Tech Titans is the largest technology trade association in Texas, representing a quarter million employees through its 300 member companies....

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Texas Instruments’ Newest Fab Plant in Richardson Kicks Off Wafer Production

by | Oct 3, 2022
The new 300-mm wafer fabrication plant will help support the future growth of semiconductors in electronics. Called RFAB2, the new "fab" is connected to RFAB1, which opened in 2009 as the world’s first 300-mm analog wafer fab. Inside, 15 miles of automated, overhead delivery systems will eventually move wafers between the two fabs. At full production, the Richardson fabs will manufacture more than 100 million analog chips a day that will go into electronics everywhere, TI says.
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Additive Manufacturing Materials Firm Adaptive3D Relocates Local HQ to Richardson’s Innovation Quarter
by | Sep 20, 2022
Adaptive3D is moving its headquarters from Plano to Richardson's newly christened IQ HQ, returning to the city where it was founded. The company is working on photopolymers that separate into two parts at the “nano level,” making them more durable for industries ranging from consumer and healthcare to industrial and transportation. “This move also signals the strength and importance of partnerships with key academic institutions like UT Dallas and the role they play in fostering the collaborative creation of future-ready technologies within the IQ,” says Founder and CEO Walter Voit.
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‘A Global Influencer of Technology and Innovation’: Richardson Opens HQ for Its Innovation Quarter
by | Sep 15, 2022
The 27,500-square-foot new HQ—in partnership with UT Dallas—anchors Richardson's 1,200-acre Innovation Quarter. A masterwork of vision planning years in the making, it's a catalyst to spark innovation and nuture collaborations—and attract hundreds of entrepreneurial businesses. Six new UT Dallas research centers will initially launch at the IQ HQ, helping to build businesses and commercialize research coming from the nearby university.

“We are a global presence," Richardson Mayor Paul Voelker said at the event. "And the vision that we have here is that we will be a global influencer of technology and innovation."
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Meet the 43 Finalists for the 2022 Tech Titans Awards
Every year, Tech Titans highlights the top movers and shakers in the North Texas technology ecosystem. Here are the finalists in 11 categories. Winners will be announced at the group's signature gala in October.
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Sherman Picked for New $5B Silicon Wafer Plant, Bringing 1,500 New Jobs to North Texas

by | Jun 27, 2022
Beating out potential sites in Ohio and South Korea, the city of Sherman was selected today by GlobiTech for a new $5 billion, 3.2 million-square-foot silicon wafer facility. The plant could eventually produce more than 1 million silicon wafers monthly when production begins by 2025. It's Sherman's second big manufacturing win in a month. Just weeks ago, Texas Instruments broke ground in the city on new semiconductor wafer fabrication plants with a potential $30 billion investment.
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TI Breaks Ground on New Semiconductor Wafer Plants in Sherman with Potential $30B Investment
by | May 18, 2022
Texas Instruments' 300-mm semiconductor wafer fabrication plants to be built in Sherman mark the largest private sector economic development project in Texas history. The potential investment of $30 billion could create up to 3,000 jobs over time, the company says.
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IT Consulting Firm Rebrands as CG Infinity, Plans New Plano HQ
by | May 9, 2022
Plano-based Cyber Group is rebranding as CG Infinity and expanding its offerings beyond its core energy and financial client base. To advance its growth, CG Infinity plans to purchase a new 33,000-square-foot HQ in Plano, where it will operate an innovation lab.

Founded in 1998 by a longtime Texas Instruments engineering manager, CG Infinity aims to be "the most sought-after Salesforce partner for mid-sized companies."
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With a New CEO at the Helm, Bottle Rocket Creates Three Leadership Roles
by | Apr 29, 2022
Addison-based Bottle Rocket has promoted three execs into the new roles as it eyes continued growth.

The leadership moves come after the experience consultancy and app maker began the year with a new CEO. Founder and former top executive Calvin Carter is working on a new, stealthy venture called Talon Labs.
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Global Semiconductor Maker Sets Up its First North American R&D Operation in Richardson

by | Mar 31, 2022
Nexperia, a Netherlands-based semiconductor manufacturer, is opening a new design center in Richardson—its first R&D operation in North America—with plans to rapidly grow its local workforce. The new DFW operations will add to the other five R&D facilities Nexperia operates in Europe, China, and Malaysia.
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Design Connect Create Names New Leaders, Plans Expanded Programming to Help Girls ‘Engineer Their Futures in STEM’
by | Mar 25, 2022
The STEM-focused nonprofit wants to help girls become the innovators of the future.
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DI People: Frisco’s EDC, Vistra, Lennox International and More Make Moves
by | Mar 25, 2022
In this week's roundup of hires, promotions, and accolades in North Texas, you'll also find news from Cicis, Complexity Gaming, Digit7, Design Connect Create, Vaxxinity, and more.
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UTD and OSU Researchers Develop Tech That Can See in Low-Visibility Environments
by | Feb 24, 2022
The research team recently unveiled an imaging microchip that can see through low-visibility environments like fog, smoke, and snow. The product of more than 15 years of research, it could one day help drivers and autonomous vehicles detect objects in low-visibility conditions, assist manufacturers in package inspection, and help firefighters navigate through smoke and fire.
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