For more than 80 years, Texas Instruments has used increasingly complex signal-processing technology – with advances ranging from the incremental to the revolutionary – to literally and repeatedly change the world.
Every day, our semiconductor innovations help 90,000 customers unlock possibilities for a smarter, safer, greener, healthier and more enjoyable world. Our focus on building a better future is ingrained in everything we do, from responsible semiconductor manufacturing, to employee care and active involvement with the communities we live in.
TIers are a tremendously diverse group, coming from every continent, embracing scores of different cultures and viewpoints, and speaking dozens of languages; yet we all share a passion for discovery. After all, innovation is what we do.
TI's amazing past is a prologue to an even more incredible future. And in many ways, our story is just beginning.
What we stand for
We dream big, just like you. But we don't take shortcuts. Our core beliefs – high ethical standards, respect for individuals, an appreciation for long-term relationships, a concern for the environment and a commitment to the communities we live in – are the same now as they were when TI was founded more than 80 years ago.
But innovation isn't enough to succeed in the long run. Trust matters. We treat our customers with respect and deliver on our commitments, always with a keen eye on tomorrow's possibilities.
We’re moving with you into a new century, one good decision at a time. TIers embrace professionalism and honesty and see mistakes and setbacks as stepping stones to success. Without first making some mistakes, Jack Kilby wouldn’t have given us the integrated circuit, and Larry Hornbeck wouldn’t have invented DLP technology.
Knowing what’s right, doing what’s right and valuing what’s right are integral components of TI’s culture. This passion has always been a large part of our identity; and it will continue to be reflected in the way we treat our customers, each other, our shareholders and our communities.For more details http://www.ti.com/