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$48.31
Previous Close
$48.02
Day High
$48.34
Day Low
$47.89
52 Week High
04/1/14 - $49.77
52 Week Low
09/3/13 - $38.48
Market Cap
51.4B
Average Volume 10 Days
4.0M
EPS TTM
$2.22
Shares Outstanding
1.1B
EX-Date
07/29/14
P/E TM
21.7x
Dividend
$1.20
Dividend Yield
2.49%
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Texas Instruments Incorporated designs, manufactures, and sells semiconductors to electronics designers and manufacturers worldwide. The company operates in three segments: Analog, Embedded Processing, and Other. The Analog segment offers high volume analog and logic products for automotive safety devices, touch screen controllers, low voltage motor drivers, and integrated motor controllers; and power management products to enhance the efficiency of powered devices. This segment also provides high performance analog products, including high-speed data converters, amplifiers, sensors, high reliability products, interface products, and precision analog products; and silicon valley analog products comprising power management, data converter, interface, and operational amplifier catalog analog products. The Embedded Processing segment offers processor products, such as digital signal and applications processors; microcontroller products that are systems with a processor core, memory, and peripherals to control a set of specific tasks for electronic equipment; and connectivity products that enable electronic devices to connect and transfer data. The Other segment provides DLP products primarily used in projectors to create high-definition images; application-specific integrated circuits; and calculators. This segment also offers baseband products, and OMAP applications processors and connectivity products. The company markets and sells its products through a direct sales force and distributors. Texas Instruments Incorporated was founded in 1930 and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.

texas instruments inc (TXN) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Preside...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.1M
Chief Financial Officer, Chief Accounting Off...
Total Annual Compensation: $608.3K
Executive Vice President of Business Operatio...
Total Annual Compensation: $671.3K
Senior Vice President
Total Annual Compensation: $622.9K
Senior Vice President and General Manager of ...
Total Annual Compensation: $622.9K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

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Texas Instruments Names Dave Pahl as Vice President

Texas Instruments Incorporated announced the election of Dave Pahl as vice president in charge of investor relations where he oversees communications with TI's investor community. He previously served as director of investor relations. Pahl's experience with TI spans more than 25 years. He began his career as an applications engineer, moving to a sales and management position in Silicon Valley for eight years. Pahl returned to Dallas as a marketing manager and then moved to Houston as a program manager. In that role, he managed the development of more than a dozen new products with several global teams. Later, Pahl was a business manager of several embedded processing product lines.

Texas Instruments Announces Availability of DLP(R) LightCrafter(TM) Display 2010 Evaluation Module

Texas Instruments announced the availability of the DLP(R) LightCrafter(TM) Display 2010 evaluation module, a developer tool that allows quick assessment of TI's 0.2" (5.29 mm) TRP WVGA display chipset. The 180-mW, ultra-low power chipset, consisting of a DLP2010 digital micromirror device, a DLPC3435 display controller and a DLPA2005 power management/LED driver, is now shipping in volume and is available through TI's worldwide distributor network. The pico display chipset is designed to produce brighter, more efficient, next-generation projection displays from small form factors, such as smartphones, tablets, digital cameras, mobile accessories, interactive surface computing, digital signage, aftermarket head-up displays and near-eye displays. Simple to use, the DLP LightCrafter Display 2010 evaluation module features a standard HDMI interface and 'plug and play' functionality for quick assessment. The evaluation module's standard 50-pin board-to-board connector allows system designers to easily interface with a broad range of optical engines. The evaluation module comes bundled with an optical engine and a graphical user interface (GUI) for chipset configuration. Key benefits of the DLP LightCrafter Display 2010 evaluation module: Quick assessment of TI's 0.2" TRP WVGA display chipset, enabling a faster product development cycle. Standard HDMI-input interface offers plug-and-play functionality with various devices. Simple-to-use, USB-based GUI allows for real-time chipset programming. 50-pin board-to-board connector enables interface with broad range of optical engines. Based on proven DLP Cinema(R) technology, the 0.2" TRP WVGA chipset leverages TI's proprietary DLP TRP architecture and adaptive DLP IntelliBright(TM) suite of algorithms to deliver up to 100% higher brightness or up to 50% lower power consumption than previous DLP Pico chipset architectures. Additionally, the TRP pixel architecture allows the chipset to achieve twice the resolution of its same-size predecessor. The DLP LightCrafter Display 2010 evaluation module is for sale on ti.com, and the 0.2" TRP WVGA display chipset is available through TI's worldwide distributor network.

Texas Instruments Launches New C2000(TM) Delfino(TM) 32-bit F2837xS Microcontrollers

Texas Instruments launched the new C2000(TM) Delfino(TM) 32-bit F2837xS microcontrollers (MCUs). These single-core MCUs are the first in the industry to offer four 16-bit analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), enabling precision feedback in power control applications. They are pin- and software-compatible with the recently introduced dual-core C2000 Delfino F2837xD MCUs and help expedite development when scaling from higher performance industrial control applications to mid-tier control designs. The Delfino F2837xS MCUs are also the next-generation, single-core solutions for those using the preceding Delfino F2833x MCU series. Developers can utilize existing investments from the F2833x MCUs and transition to the software-compatible F2837xS MCUs, which provide greater CPU performance and more advanced analog and control peripherals. Features and benefits of Delfino F2837xS MCUs: Powerful combination of C28x and real-time control accelerator (CLA) provides a combined 400MIPS of floating-point performance, enabling quick and efficient management of multiple control tasks simultaneously. The C28x CPU is further accelerated for trigonometry and complex math operations. Swiftly execute trigonometric-based algorithms used in transforms and control functions with the new trigonometric math unit (TMU) hardware accelerator integrated in the C28x core and automatically executed in the compiler. Accelerate complex math operations common in encoded communication applications with the Viterbi Complex Unit (VCU II) hardware accelerator, also integrated in the C28x core and automatically executed in the compiler. Intelligent system partitioning by offloading demanding control loop analysis from the main CPU (C28x core) to the CLA, creating additional bandwidth and allowing the main processor to focus on other tasks such as system diagnostics, applications management or lower frequency control loops. Precision feedback in power control applications with four 16-bit ADCs -- a first in the industry for single-core MCUs. Increased system throughput, such as monitoring voltages and currents of three phases of a motor while simultaneously software decoding high-frequency resolver feedback. Maximize system-level integration and save on bill of material costs with other high-integrity analog and control peripherals, including sigma delta demodulators, comparators, digital-to-analog converters (DACs) and an abundance of control and communication peripherals. Simultaneously process eight sigma-delta modulated channels, each with threshold comparators and a seamless interface to the TI AMC1204 isolated delta-sigma modulator. Migrate from legacy F2833x MCUs easily. Using the same C28x core and many of the same peripherals, previous high-performance C2000 MCUs are software compatible with the new Delfino F2837xS MCUs, which offer more signal processing bandwidth, faster flash performance, and premium analog and control peripherals. Speed time to market and reduce development costs by creating products of varying performance levels within this new F2837xS MCU series, which provides a pin- and software-compatible architecture to the dual-core Delfino F2837xD MCUs and future devices. Centralized software development with examples, header files, application libraries and much more can be found in controlSUITE(TM) software, which is a free download on ti.com. Fully featured C2000 Delfino F28377S 32-bit MCUs (TMX320F28377S) are now sampling. TI also provides designers with more variants in this generation with different memory and peripheral mixes in the TMS32028376S, TMS320F28375S and TMS320F28374S configurations, which will start at $11.34 in 1K unit orders. Developers can evaluate the new Delfino MCUs using the Delfino F2837xD Experimenter Kit docking station (TMDXDOCK28377D) for $219, which includes the modular controlCARD (TMDXCNCD28377D), or purchase the controlCARD separately for $159.

 

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