At Texas Instruments, we design, make and sell high-technology components to customers all over the world. Almost all of our business centers around the sale of integrated circuits – also known as semiconductors or "chips" – to electronics designers and manufacturers. We have a very broad product portfolio, which includes chips that are central to almost all electronic equipment.
We have four segments: Analog, Embedded Processing, Wireless and Other.
We expect Analog, Embedded Processing and the smartphone portion of Wireless to be our primary growth engines in the years ahead. As a consequence, we have been focusing our resources on these areas. We group our remaining revenue, including revenue from our calculators, DLP® products, custom ASIC products and royalties in a segment called "Other."
Texas Instruments has finalized its previously announced acquisition of National Semiconductor. The acquisition combines two industry leaders in the market for analog semiconductors.
TI’s success lies in its ability to integrate necessary resources into a...