Texas Instruments Statistics designs, manufactures, tests, and sells analog and embedded silicon. These include industrial, automotive, personal electronic, communications equipment, as well enterprise systems. It operates through two segments: Analog Processing and Embedded Process. The Analog segment of semiconductors changes real-world signals like sound, temperature, pressure, or images by conditioning and amplifying them. Often, they also convert these signals to digital data that can later be processed by embedded processors. The Embedded Processing section is specifically designed for specific tasks. It can be optimized for different combinations of power, performance, and cost depending on the particular application. The company was established by Cecil H. Green in 1930 by Patrick Eugene Haggerty and John Erik Jonsson. Its headquarters are in Dallas, TX.
More than 100,000 customers benefit from the company’s more than 80,000 products. They are able to efficiently manage power and transmit data accurately. Texas Instruments products also provide core control or processing for their designs. As each new generation of innovations builds on the previous, the company’s passion for making electronics more affordable is still alive. This opens up new markets and makes it possible to sell semiconductors everywhere.
The core passion of Texas Instruments Inc. is to make electronics more affordable by using semiconductors. Three ambitions are key to making this passion a reality: The company acts as owners, who will continue to own the company for many years. The company will succeed and adapt to a changing world. The employees will be proud to work for a company that they consider a neighbor and would love to be a part of. Everybody wins when the company succeeds in realizing these ambitions. Customers, employees, communities, and shareholders all win.
Texas Instruments Inc. Global Revenue
Texas Instruments worldwide revenue of 18,340 million U.S. Dollars in 2021 was an increase from the 14,460 billion U.S. dollars that it had recorded the previous year.
Texas Instruments Inc. Quarterly Revenue Worldwide
This statistic shows Texas Instruments’ revenue worldwide, from the first quarter of 2016 through the most recently completed fiscal quarter. The third quarter of 2021 saw Texas Instruments’ revenue reach 4,640 million U.S. dollars.
Texas Instruments Inc. Semiconductor Revenue Worldwide
The following statistic represents Texas Instruments’ global revenue from the semiconductor segment between 2007 and 2021. Texas Instruments total semiconductor revenue stood at 17,270 million U.S. dollars in 2021.
Texas Instruments Inc. Global Segment Revenue
Analog is the company’s most lucrative segment. In 2021 Texas Instruments earned approximately 14,050 million U.S. dollars in revenue from this segment. An additional 3,049 million U.S. dollars was generated by embedded processing.
The United States, Mexico, Germany, Italy, Israel, Norway, Finland, Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Chengdu, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Taiwan, and many other locations.
At a glance:
- In 1930, the company was founded.
- The headquarter is located in Dallas, Texas, United States.
- It is a publicly-traded company on the stock exchange (Nasdaq: TXN).
- Worldwide there are approximately 31,000 employees.
- Around 13,000 in America
- Around 16,000 in Asia-Pacific
- Around 2,000 in Europe
- Globally, the company has 15 manufacturing locations, which produce tens of billions of chips every year.
- The company has presented 80,000 products to more than 100,000 customers,
- 62% of the company’s 2021 revenue was made in the industrial and automotive markets. These are the best markets for the Texas Instruments products line.
Mostly, in the fourth quarter, goodwill is evaluated for impairment. However, certain impairment indicators may be reviewed more often. A qualitative assessment is performed to determine if the fair value of a reporting entity is less than its carrying price, which includes goodwill. The company performs the quantitative impairment test if they find that the fair market value of a reporting unit exceeds its carrying value. The key qualitative factors that are considered during the assessment are the changes in the industry and the market capitalization, competitive environment, and overall financial performances. This qualitative analysis revealed that it was more probable than not that the fair market value of each reporting unit would exceed its carrying price. The company determined that no impairment was detected in 2021 and 2020 as well as 2019.
Since 1996, TI sites are ISO/IATF 16949 (International Organization for Standardization) certified in the Quality Management System (ISO 9001), and Environmental Management System (ISO 14001). This demonstrates the company’s commitment to maintaining the highest quality standards. Our sites are ISO/IATF16949-certified to meet the international quality system standard ISO/IATF16949, specifically designed to guarantee quality for the global automobile industry. All TI manufacturing facilities have been certified for occupational safety & health by ISO 45001.
- ISO 9001: Texas Instruments Inc. has participated in the ISO 9001 certifications since 2004.
- IATF 16949: Since 2004, TI participated in Automotive 16949 Certifications. “The design and manufacture of integrated circuits is the scope of the company’s IATF16949 certification.”
- ISO 14001: All Texas Instruments Inc. manufacturing locations worldwide have received enterprise certification according to ISO 14001-2015 requirements.
- ISO 45001: All TI manufacturing locations worldwide have received enterprise certification according to the ISO 45001 standard.
- Texas Instruments, the world’s best-performing wireless BMS, released an advancement in electric vehicle (EV), and batteries management systems (BMS) in January.
- Texas Instruments bought Micron Technology’s 300-mm silicon factory in Lehi for US$900 million in June.
- Texas Instruments and B-Secur formed a partnership in July to deliver ECG/EKG monitoring for wearable devices.
- In November, the company began the construction of a new 300-mm semiconductor wafer manufacturing plant.
- TI released the smallest 24-bit wideband converter analog-to-digital in November.
- Texas Instruments released linear thermistors in February.
- Texas Instruments launched the integrated circuit for the buck-boost battery charger in June.
- Texas Instruments launched a zero-drift Hall-effect current sensor in July.
- Texas Instruments announced the next generation of 600-V and 650V gallium-nitride field-effect transistors, (FETs), for automotive and industrial applications in November.
- Texas Instruments unveiled a new Ethernet physical Layer (PHY) in October.
- The company introduced the DC/DC buck-boost converter in September. It combines programmable input current limit with integrated dynamic voltage scaling.