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Last €48.25 EUR
Change Today +0.185 / 0.38%
Volume 400.0
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texas instruments inc (TII) Snapshot

Open
€48.00
Previous Close
€48.07
Day High
€48.25
Day Low
€48.00
52 Week High
03/17/15 - €55.03
52 Week Low
05/7/14 - €32.37
Market Cap
50.2B
Average Volume 10 Days
833.9
EPS TTM
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Shares Outstanding
1.0B
EX-Date
04/28/15
P/E TM
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Dividend
€1.39
Dividend Yield
2.28%
Current Stock Chart for TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INC (TII)

texas instruments inc (TII) Details

Texas Instruments Incorporated designs, manufactures, and sells semiconductors to electronics designers and manufacturers worldwide. It operates through two segments, Analog and Embedded Processing. 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 using battery management solutions, portable power conversion devices, power supply controls, and point-of-load products. This segment also provides high performance analog products, such as high-speed data converters, amplifiers, sensors, high reliability products, interface products, and precision analog products; and silicon valley analog products, including power management, data converter, interface, and operational amplifier catalog analog products that are used in manufacturing various electronic systems. The Embedded Processing segment offers processor products comprising digital signal and applications processors; microcontroller products, which are systems with a processor core, memory, and peripherals to control a set of specific tasks for electronic equipment; and connectivity products consisting of electronic devices to connect and transfer data. The company also provides DLP products primarily used in projectors to create high-definition images; application-specific integrated circuits; calculators; and baseband products, as well as OMAP applications processors and connectivity products. It markets and sells its products through a direct sales force and distributors. The company was founded in 1930 and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.

31,003 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/24/15
Founded in 1930

texas instruments inc (TII) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Preside...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.1M
Chief Financial Officer, Chief Accounting Off...
Total Annual Compensation: $628.3K
Executive Vice President of Business Operatio...
Total Annual Compensation: $739.6K
Senior Vice President
Total Annual Compensation: $647.9K
Senior Vice President and General Manager of ...
Total Annual Compensation: $622.9K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

texas instruments inc (TII) Key Developments

Texas Instruments Introduces Fully Integrated 5-A Single-Cell Lithium-Ion (Li-ion) Battery-Charger

Enabling faster and cooler charging, Texas Instruments introduced the fully integrated 5-A single-cell lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery-charger circuit with proprietary MaxCharge technology that reduces charge time up to 60% compared to existing battery chargers. The bq25892 switch-mode charger gives users a safer charging experience while still maximizing the benefits of a faster charge time, currently unseen in the industry. MaxCharge technology provides faster charge times and cooler charging to improve user experience and extend the overall life of electronics in many Li-ion applications, including smartphones, tablets, drones, power banks, and industrial and medical equipment. The highly efficient charger, which charges at 3.5A with minimal 18oC temperature rise, facilitates faster and cooler charging by combining narrow-voltage DC/DC power path management with TI's MaxCharge technology to support input voltages up to 14V while providing charge current up to 5A. The bq25892 charger is shipping in volume production and available through the TI Store and the company's authorized distribution network. The products come in a 4-mm by 4-mm, 24-pin quad flat no-lead (QFN) package. The bq25890 and bq25892, for smartphones and tablets, is priced at USD 2.50 in 1,000 unit quantities. In addition, TI introduced its new bq25895, which supports power banks and is priced at USD 2.00.

SIGFOX and Texas Instruments Inc. Collaborate to Deliver Cost-Effective, Long-Range, Low-Power Internet of Things Connectivity

SIGFOX and Texas Instruments announced the two companies are working together to increase IoT deployments using the Sub-1 GHz spectrum. Customers can use the SIGFOX network with TI's Sub-1 GHz RF transceivers to deploy wireless sensor nodes that are lower cost and lower power than 3G/cellular connected nodes, while providing long-range connectivity to the IoT. Targeting a wide variety of end-user applications, including environmental sensors, smart meters, agriculture and livestock sensors, asset tracking and smart cities, the SIGFOX and TI collaboration maximizes the many benefits of narrowband radio technology and reduces barriers to entry for manufacturers wanting to connect their products to the cloud. Using the SIGFOX infrastructure reduces the cost and effort to get sensor data to the cloud and TI's Sub-1 GHz technology provides years of battery life for less maintenance and up to 100 km range.

Texas Instruments Announces Multichannel Inductance-To-Digital Converters

Texas Instruments announced the world's first multichannel inductance-to-digital converters (LDCs). The four new devices in the LDC1614 family expand the innovative LDC portfolio, a data converter category that TI first introduced in 2013. The devices offer two or four matched channels and up to 28-bit resolution in a single integrated circuit (IC). The combination of precision and multichannel functionality will allow engineers to design high dynamic range position and motion sensing solutions with simpler system designs and reduced cost. Unlike other technologies, LDC-enabled inductive sensing employs low-cost, high-reliability inductors as sensors, which can be located remotely from the IC. By integrating up to four channels in a single IC, the LDC1614 family allows designers to distribute sensors throughout a system, while centralizing electronics on fewer printed circuit boards (PCBs). This can benefit precision linear or rotational sensing and metal detection in a variety of end equipment including white goods, printers, cameras and automotive infotainment consoles. Multiple, well-matched channels: Enables differential and ratiometric measurements, allowing designers to easily compensate for environmental and aging conditions such as temperature, humidity and mechanical drift. Precision measurement capability: With up to 28-bit resolution, the devices can detect submicron changes in distance. Wide sensor frequency range: By supporting a frequency range of 1 kHz to 10 MHz, designers have flexibility to use many types of inductors as sensors. This frequency range also enables use of very small PCB coils, which reduces overall sensing solution cost and size. Low system power: Powered by a 3.3-V supply, the LDC1614 family consumes approximately 6.9 mW during standard operation and 0.12 mW while in shutdown mode. High reliability: Offers contactless sensing that is immune to nonconductive contaminants, such as oil, dirt and dust, which can shorten equipment life. The LDC1614EVM, which includes the ultra-low power MSP430F5528 microcontroller (MCU), is available to evaluate the LDC1614 and can be purchased in the TI store for USD 29. System designers can build sensors in minutes with TI's WEBENCH® Inductive Sensing Designer. This online tool simplifies sensor coil design based on application and system requirements. The optimized design can be easily exported to a variety of computer-aided design (CAD) programs to quickly incorporate the sensor coil into an overall system layout. The 16-button keypad reference design (TIDA-00509 [5]) uses the LDC1314 in a multiplexed inductive keypad system, which can be easily scaled to allow for up to 64 buttons. This reference design uses stainless steel, snap dome-based keys, a low-cost technology option for buttons. The contactless solution supports simultaneous button press and provides a more robust and reliable design compared to mechanical keypad solutions. Each device in the LDC1614 family measures 4 mm by 4 mm and is easily configured via its I2C interface.

 

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