Texas Instruments Launches New Magnetic Packaging Tech for Power Modules, Doubling Power Density

by | Jul 16, 2024
Dallas-based TI says the innovation uses proprietary, newly engineered material and has been "nearly a decade in the making." Jeff Morroni of TI's Kilby Labs added that designers "turn to power modules to save on time, complexity, size and component count, but these benefits have required a compromise on performance—until now."
Texas Instruments Launches New Radar Sensor Chips for ‘Smarter, Safer Vehicles’
by | Jan 8, 2024
"From more advanced driver assistance systems to smarter electric vehicle powertrain systems, TI is working alongside automakers to reimagine how reliable and intelligent technology can enable safer vehicles," said Fern Yoon, director of automotive systems at TI. The new tech will be demonstrated Thursday at the 2024 CES conference in Las Vegas.
Report: Texas Instruments Is Spending $2.2B on Initial Phase of $30B Sherman Semiconductor Campus
Texas Instruments broke ground on the new 300-millimeter semiconductor wafer fabrication plants in May 2022, noting that the project could ultimately support as many as 3,000 direct jobs. The new "fabs" will manufacture tens of millions of analog and embedded processing chips daily that will go into electronics everywhere.
TI Enables Vision and AI Processing for Up to 12 Cameras with New Processor Line
by | Mar 15, 2023
Texas Instruments says its new vision processors aim to bring intelligence from the cloud to the real world by eliminating cost and design complexity barriers when implementing vision processing and deep learning capabilities in low-power edge AI applications.

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....

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.
After Opening U.S. HQ in Fort Worth, Clevon Rolls Out First North American On-Road Driverless Delivery
by | Dec 9, 2022
The all-electric, autonomous courier robot was built by Clevon, an Estonia-based company that moved its U.S. HQ to Fort Worth's AllianceTexas Mobility Innovation Zone three months ago. At the HQ opening, Estonia's president said "The future is very near."

Now that future has arrived, with a CLEVON 1 robot making a 3.6-mile delivery on public roads, navigating traffic and making turn signals along the way. Plus, take a look at the U.S. opening at AllianceTexas.
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....


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.
Texas Instruments Chooses Sherman for New $30B Semiconductor Chip Site
by | Nov 17, 2021
At full build-out, the 4.7 million-square-foot semiconductor fabrication plant will be the largest electronics production facility in Texas and among the largest manufacturing plants of any kind in the U.S.
First Look: The Perot Museum Transforms its TI Engineering and Innovation Hall
by | Nov 8, 2019
The Perot Museum of Nature and Science has reopened the doors to its Texas Instruments Engineering and Innovation Hall thanks to a $1.3M gift from the Texas Instruments Foundation. For robots, wind tubes, facial recognition, and more, take our photo tour for a peek inside.
Meet the Innovators: Xiaolin Lu, R&D Manager of Texas Instruments
The majority of Lu's career has been at TI. Now, she spends her time at Kilby Labs—which touches every area of TI—to turn projects into products.
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Rich Templeton Takes Command Again at Texas Instruments

by | Jul 17, 2018
Brian Crutcher's resignation puts Templeton back in charge at the Dallas-based semiconductor giant.
Texas Instruments Coding Contest Challenges Students
by | Mar 22, 2018
Middle school and high school students will compete using TI technology to create a program that will better everyday life.
TI Foundation Funds $2.1 Million for Nonprofit Fellows Program
by | Jan 12, 2018
The fellowships were created in collaboration with the University of Texas at Dallas, United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, and the Dallas Museum of Art.
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TI Unveils New Sensor Chips for Automotive, Industrial Uses
by | May 17, 2017
The chips can sense accurately through plastic, dry wall, clothing, glass, and many other materials, and through environmental conditions such as lighting, rain, dust, fog, or frost.